The Urgency of Sharia and Legal Laboratory in Learning Law at an Islamic Higher Education 76-85
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This article discusses the urgency of sharia and legal laboratory in learning law at an Islamic Higher Education. In Indonesia, Sharia and Legal Laboratory in the context of legal education are divided into two categories, namely: First, Legal Laboratory in General Higher Education, Second, Sharia and Legal Laboratory in Islamic Higher Education. If the Legal Laboratory only educates and trains in legal skills incorporated in the Legal Proficiency Training Education course. Still, the Sharia Faculty is also expected to be able to teach the sharia skills of graduates who are included in the Course of education and training of Sharia. Based on the expected output, the Sharia and Legal Laboratory makes it possible to develop legal clinics and legal aid institutions. Six components must exist in the management of the Sharia and legal Laboratory: Students, Lecturers, Development Staff, Models and types of practicums that are integrated with the Study Program curriculum, modules, facilities and infrastructure. With this element, sharia and law laboratories are essential to learning law at Islamic Higher Education.