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Top 10 Law Colleges in India

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Top 10 Law Colleges in India

Here we give a list of top colleges of Law in India.

By Tejal Mistry 27th May, 2016 04:48 pm

This comprehensive list of top Law colleges will be a great help for you.

1. National Law School of India University – Bengaluru

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The National Law School of India University (NLSIU) is one of the best law colleges established by the Karnataka Legislative Assembly for undergraduate and graduate legal education in India. A large number of retired judges of the Supreme Court and the High Court visit NLSIU for teaching and research programmes, making it easier for students to adapt to the changing needs in Law.

Admission Procedure: BA LLB (Hons) degree is purely merit based as assessed through a Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) held every year in May.

Website: www.nls.ac.in

2. National Academy of Legal Studies and Research – Hyderabad

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The National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR) was established in 1988 by an Act of the Andhra Pradesh State Legislature. Apart from being a law school, NALSAR has attempted various strategies to create a vibrant scholastic environment for students to give the world the best lawyers.  

Admission Procedure: CLAT serves as the qualifying examination for the BA LLB (Hons) programme.

Website: www.nalsar.ac.in

3. Campus Law Centre, Delhi University

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University of Delhi is known for its high standards in teaching and research, and it attracts eminent scholars to its faculties.  It was established in 1922 as a unitary, teaching and residential university by an Act of the then Central Legislative Assembly.

Admission Procedure:  Candidates will have to pass the DU LLB Entrance Exam for seeking admission to the undergraduate law programme. Clearing the DU LLB Law Entrance Exam also serves as an admission criterion for other private colleges such as the Jindal Global Law School 

Website: www.du.ac.in

4. Gujarat National Law University – Gandhinagar

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The Gujarat National Law University is a university established under the Gujarat Act 2003. The Bar Council of India (BCI) and the University Grants Commission (UGC) also recognise the University. The University is also a member of the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) and the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI).

Admission Procedure: Candidates will have to go through CLAT and successfully qualify for the exam.

Website: www.gnlu.ac.in

5. Symbiosis Society’s Law College – Pune

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Symbiosis is the only college which conducts two 5-year integrated law courses—a BA LLB course covering Arts subjects with Law and a BBA LLB course covering Management and Business subjects with Law.

Admission Procedure: Students seeking admission to Symbiosis Law School will have to successfully complete the Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET).

Website: www.symlaw.ac.in

6. Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University – Uttar Pradesh

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The Department of Law, Aligarh Muslim University, is one of the oldest Law Departments in India. With an idea to bring about a radical change in society, the Department has strived hard to make the degree more modern, socially relevant, economically viable and professionally job-oriented.

Admission Procedure: AMU conducts its own entrance exam to qualify for the BA LLB programme. Therefore, students will have to successfully qualify for the exam and clear all the eligibility criteria to seek admission to the 5-year integrated BA LLB course.

Website: www.amu.ac.in

7. Indian Law Society – Pune

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The Indian Law Society was a public charitable trust developed under the Societies Registration Act. The school in itself was established as a premier institute for legal studies in India.

Admission Procedure: Admission to ILS is through a Common Entrance Test (CET) conducted by the Maharashtra State Board.

Website: www.ilslaw.edu 

8. Faculty of Law, Banaras Hindu University – Varanasi

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The Banaras Hindu University has constantly played a significant role in revamping legal education and was one of the six universities in India to start the clinical legal services.

Admission Procedure: Every year, the Banaras Hindu University conducts an Undergraduate Entrance Test (UET) in May. Admissions are based on the merit list of UET.

Website: www.bhu.ac.in 

9. Hidayatullah National Law University – Raipur

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The Government of Chhattisgarh established Hidayatullah National Law University under Act 10 of 2003.  The main objectives of the institute are to advance and broadcast knowledge of Law and to promote research with a view to ensure its proper role in national development. 

Admission Procedure: Candidates will have to go through CLAT and successfully qualify for the exam.

Website: www.hnlu.ac.in 

10. National Law University – Jodhpur

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National Law University is one of India’s leading law schools situated at the vibrant and colourful city of Jodhpur, Rajasthan. Since its establishment, NLU has constantly strived hard to produce exceptional lawyers and legal scholars.

Admission Procedure: Candidates have to appear for CLAT and successfully qualify for the exam for seeking admission to NLU.

Website: www.nlujodhpur.ac.in

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