Mulembe told a parliamentary committee on legal affairs that the quality of students exiting from various law schools are failing to meet the pressure of ZIALE.
He also said that ZIALE is in the process of restructuring its curricular in order to meet modern demands of the profession.
And Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) president James Banda said the organization is aware of some concerns on the operation of ZIALE and that they are trying to resolve some of the issues.
Banda also refuted assertions that there is a curtail within the legal profession that is regulating the influx of lawyers on the market by using the law pass rate at ZIALE.
He said LAZ is merely trying to have qualified lawyers to be practicing law.
Some LAZ representatives said that after considering the quality of students graduating from law schools, most of them are not fully baked.