Missing the Mark: The Detrimental Effects of Poor-quality Law Textbooks on Legal Education

Authors

  • Hoiruddin Hasibuan Faculty of Law, Universitas Islam Sultan Agung Semarang, Semarang, Indonesia
  • Lusiana Margareth Tijow Faculty of Social Sciences, Universitas Negeri Malang, Malang, Indonesia
  • Abu Hena Mostofa Kamal Barrister at Law (Lincoln’s Inn, UK) and Head of Research Wing, MHY Project, Switzerland

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.58829/lp.10.2.2023.79-110

Keywords:

Detrimental Effects, Poor-Quality, Law Textbooks, Legal Education, Bangladesh

Abstract

Abstract. Law graduates play a critical role in shaping the legal system and ensuring justice. To provide them with the necessary knowledge and skills, it is essential to have proper educational resources, especially qualitative law textbooks. This article evaluates the need for qualitative law textbooks for proper education of law graduates in law schools of Bangladesh and critically assesses the impact of the lack of quality textbooks on law students of Bangladesh. The study shows that qualitative law textbooks are essential for students to develop a comprehensive understanding of the legal system, its principles, and the interpretation of laws. Lack of quality textbooks has a detrimental impact on law students in Bangladesh, hindering their research and academic progress and affecting the quality of legal education. This article argues that it is imperative to ensure the availability of qualitative law textbooks to provide the necessary educational resources for law students in Bangladesh. The study highlights the significance of qualitative law textbooks in legal education and calls for necessary measures to address the issue of insufficient textbook quality to improve legal education in Bangladesh.

 

Abstrak. Lulusan hukum memainkan peran penting dalam membentuk sistem hukum dan menjamin keadilan. Untuk membekali mereka dengan pengetahuan dan keterampilan yang diperlukan, penting untuk memiliki sumber daya pendidikan yang memadai, khususnya buku teks hukum kualitatif. Artikel ini mengevaluasi kebutuhan akan buku teks hukum kualitatif untuk pendidikan yang layak bagi lulusan hukum di sekolah hukum Bangladesh dan secara kritis menilai dampak dari kurangnya buku teks berkualitas terhadap mahasiswa hukum Bangladesh. Studi ini menunjukkan bahwa buku teks hukum kualitatif sangat penting bagi siswa untuk mengembangkan pemahaman komprehensif tentang sistem hukum, prinsip-prinsipnya, dan interpretasi hukum. Kurangnya buku pelajaran yang berkualitas mempunyai dampak merugikan bagi mahasiswa hukum di Bangladesh, menghambat kemajuan penelitian dan akademik mereka serta mempengaruhi kualitas pendidikan hukum. Artikel ini berpendapat bahwa sangat penting untuk memastikan ketersediaan buku teks hukum kualitatif untuk menyediakan sumber daya pendidikan yang diperlukan bagi mahasiswa hukum di Bangladesh. Studi ini menyoroti pentingnya buku teks hukum kualitatif dalam pendidikan hukum dan menyerukan langkah-langkah yang diperlukan untuk mengatasi masalah kurangnya kualitas buku teks untuk meningkatkan pendidikan hukum di Bangladesh.

Kata kunci: Pendidikan hukum, Buku teks hukum, Sumber daya pendidikan, Sistem hukum, Bangladesh

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Published

2023-12-31

How to Cite

Hasibuan, H., Tijow, L., & Kamal, A. (2023). Missing the Mark: The Detrimental Effects of Poor-quality Law Textbooks on Legal Education. Lex Publica, 10(2), 79–109. https://doi.org/10.58829/lp.10.2.2023.79-110

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