Bollywood Courtroom dramas have always been a treat to watch, be it Sunny Deol, in Damini or Amitabh Bachchan in Pink; Thanks to Bollywood, all of us, at some point, had dreamt of becoming a lawyer and serving justice.
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So if you aspire to wear that black cape of justice and be a lawyer, here we are, to help you with the list of Top 10 Law Colleges in India that can make your dream come true.
1. NLSIU Bangalore
The National Law School of India University (NLSIU) located in Nagarbhavi, Bangalore, was established in 1988 through The Bar Council of India, Karnataka Bar Council, and Bangalore University, and The Government of Karnataka. The University has been accredited with ‘A’ grade by NAAC. It ranked No.1 on NIRF in 2020.
The admission to NLSIU is offered purely and exclusively on merit, basis the NLAT score. NLSIU offers Five-year B.A LL.B (Hons) Programme and One-year LL.M in Business Law and Human Rights Law. The University provides aspiring lawyers placements to both UG and PG students at Top Law firms and Companies.
2. National Law University, Delhi
National Law University(NLU) Delhi was established in 2008 under NLU Delhi Act 2207 to impart legal education and research. NLU has been accredited with ‘A’ grade by NAAC. It ranked No. 2 in NIRF 2020.
The admission to NLU is offered purely and exclusively on merit, basis the AILET score. NLU-D offers UG and PG Law Degrees along with PG diploma Program. The University has always ensured great exposure to the students through internships and placements.
3. NALSAR, Hyderabad
The National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR) was established in 1988 in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. The University has been home to vital conversations on law and justice. NALSAR has been accredited with ‘A++’ grade by NAAC. The University ranked No 3 on NIRF list.
The admission to NALSAR is offered purely and exclusively on merit, basis the CLAT score. It offers BA LL.B, LL.M, MBA, Master’s Degree in Space & Telecommunication Laws (MSTL), PG Diploma in GIS & Remote Sensing Laws (PGDGRL), PG Diploma in Aviation Law & Air Transport Management (PGDALATM) and Master’s Degree in Aviation Law & Air Transport Management (MALATM).The University in all its years of existence has experimented with varied strategic applications to create a vibrant scholastic environment for its students.
4. IIT Kharagpur
The Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, IIT Kharagpur was established in 2006 The University is accredited with ‘A’ grade by NAAC and ranked on 4th position by NIRF..
The School offers three programs, namely, LL.B with specialization in IP Rights, LL.M in different specialisations and Doctoral Program in Law with specialisations focused on Intellectual property rights. The admission to school is offered purely and exclusively on merit, basis the score obtained in the entrance exam conducted by the college.
5. National Law University, Jodhpur
National Law University(NLU) Jodhpur was established in 1999 in Rajasthan. Having been accredited with ‘A’ grade by NAAC, NLU Jodhpur has ranked No. 5 on NIRF list.
The admission to NLU is offered strictly on terms of merit, basis the CLAT score. The University offers unique five year integrated undergraduate programs i.e. B.B.A., LL.B.(Hons.); B.A., LL.B.(Hons.) and one year LL.M. programs in Corporate Laws, IPR and Technology Laws.
6. NUJS, Kolkata
NUJS was established in 2008 in Kolkata, West Bengal. It is One of the best amongst the elite national law schools in India. It is one of the autonomous law schools in India. Ranked No.6 on NIRF list.
The admission to NUJS is offered strictly on terms of merit, basis the CLAT score. The University offers courses such as BA-LLB (Hons), BSc-LLB(Hons), LLM (Corporate and Commercial Law), M Phil, PhD and LLD. Along with this, the University also offers Diploma or PG Diploma courses in various specialisations.
7. National Law University, Gujrat
Gujarat National Law University (GNLU) was established in 2003 in the city of Gandhinagar. Being a Public Law School launched under the GNLU Act, it has been accredited with ‘A’ grade by NAAC and has been ranked No.7 on the NIRF list.
The University offers various programmes namely, Undergraduate (UG) programmes under five streams, Postgraduate (PG) programmes over 10 specialisations and also Doctoral (PhD) programmes in Law & Interdisciplinary. Admission to GNLU is offered on the basis of the CLAT score obtained by the student.
8.Symbiosis Law School, Pune
SLS was established in 1977 and now is considered as one of the prestigious colleges of Law. It has been approved by BCI and ranked on No.8 position by NIRF Ranking.
The admission to NUJS is offered strictly on terms of merit, basis the SLAT or AIAT score. University offer courses such as LL.B, BA LL.B (Hons), LLM and Diploma.
9. Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi
Jamia Millia Islamia established the faculty of law in 1989. It has been accredited with ‘A’ grade by NAAC and ranked on 9th position in NIRF.
The admission to JMI is offered strictly on terms of merit, basis the JMI Entrance Exam score. The University offers Undergraduate and Postgraduate Courses along with a Phd Degree, The University is known for its excellent track record
10. Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala
RJNUL was established in 2006 by The Government of Punjab under The Punjab Act No.12. A university dedicated to legal education, RGNUL has been affiliated to UGC and been approved by The Bar Council of India.
RGNUL takes in admissions based on CLAT scores and offers a 5 year B.A.LL.B (Hons) and a 1 year LL.M. programmes.
One of the Autonomous Law Schools of India, RGNUL has been accredited with ‘A’ grade by NAAC and has bagged the No. 10 spot on the NIRF list.
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