Here is the list of the top 8 law universities…
Did you feel you weren’t ready to study law right after school? Or maybe you realized your passion for law during graduation? Or did you want to pursue another subject first? Or was it about acquiring the right state of mind to become a lawyer? Whatever the reason may be, these Indian Law colleges have got you covered!
Established in 1924, DU law centre has been home to countless reputed lawyers, High court and Supreme court judges, policymakers, advocates and political leaders. It is an egalitarian institute with minimal cost of education. The department includes more than 130 professors along with almost 7000 students enrolled in LL.B., LL.M., and PhD programs. The institution believes that learning does not end in the classrooms; windows have to be kept wide open to invite different perspectives and expertise from diverse sources and practitioners. Professors from foreign Universities visit through various fellowship programs and conduct research in this institution. The department indulges in the case method of teaching law wherein they are not dependent on new editions of books and instead revise the case materials of LL.B. and LL.M. every semester by themselves.
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Symbiosis is a Greek term meaning ‘Living together for the mutual benefit of each other’. Inaugurated in 1971 as an educational and cultural centre of the international standard under the philanthropy of Dr S.B. Majumdar – President and Founder Director. SLS, Pune has been a part of the India Today Nelson Survey ranking for the top 10 law schools of India in 2013 along with the esteemed Bar Council of India granting it the Gold-star Award in 2013. It has ranked 8th in the NIRF rankings 2020. With more than 1900 students enrolled and 140 plus faculty members, SLS not only offers both an integrated 5-year (BA.LLB and BBA.LLB) and 3-year law program (LLB) but also offers LLM with various specializations.
As for diploma level courses, Symbiosis Law School, Pune offers a diploma in International Business Laws and Corporate Laws in India. The college also proffers many scholarships to its students including both government and private scholarships.
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Started in 1855, GLC, Mumbai antecedents the University of Mumbai itself and is reputed as the oldest law school in Asia. A college with a rich history and genealogy along with the cherished tutelage under eminent legal gurus like Dr B. R. Ambedkar, Lokmanya Tilak, Sir Dinshaw Mulla, Justice Y. V. Chandrachud, Mr Nani Palkhivala and several others including students that went on to be distinguished faces in the field of law and politics such as Ms Pratibha Devisingh Patil, former President of India, and Mr Lal Krishna Advani, former deputy Prime Minister of India, the likes of five Chief Justices of the Supreme Court of India, etc.
It offers two courses in law:
Each course has its own admission criteria.
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ILS Law College is a college pledged to bring out the best in all of its members by providing the finest opportunities & environment for teaching, learning & research. Since its inception in 1924, establishing a regularized system of imparting legal education has been its basic principle. In 2004, it was graded A+ by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore. Ranked first amongst the top ten law colleges in the country by the India Today, ORG-MARG poll survey in 2005, and by the ‘Week’ in 2006, the campus of ILS, Pune is fanned out for 195 acres of land. Society of Indian Law Firms and Menon Institute of Legal Advocacy Training, Delhi conferred the ‘SILF-MILAT Institutional Excellence Award 2013′ to the esteemed college. It offers both 5-year and 3-year UG level law programs.
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100 years of history and pedigree is what makes the Faculty of Law, Banaras Hindu University a time-honoured institution of education and culture. It is one of the trailblazing institutes that offers LLB degrees in addition to being one of the six universities in India to start Clinical Legal Services. BHU law college has its students doing round the clock research work in areas like Law of Taxation, Intellectual Property Rights, Constitutional Law, Personal law, International Law, etc. It also has its own annual law journal which encompasses research papers by acclaimed scholars.
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