Legal Education has been undergoing tremendous changes in 21st Century. There is a strong realization that law is not merely an abstract aggregation of rules but an effective and potent instrument of social change. It tends to emulate social and moral values and has brought the individual and collective human behavior at the Centre stage. As law is pragmatic and not merely an abstract construct, it is being increasingly felt by all concerned that law students will benefit greatly by confronting and solving the legal problems in an environment of simulated and real cases through clinical legal studies. Furthermore, the stage on which the future lawyers will be called upon to exhibit their legal acumen and caliber in 21st century is bound to transcend municipal limits of their own countries. For that purpose there is a strong need to train and equip the law students with new global challenges and professional techniques.