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- National Law School of India University
A large number of retired judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts as well as senior advocates have offered to assist the NLSIU in its teaching and research programmes making education at NLSIU a rare and exciting experience to students
2. Campus Law Centre, Delhi University
CITY: New Delhi
The Faculty of Law was established in 1924 and was initially housed in the Prince’s Pavilion in the Old Viceregal Lodge Grounds. In 1963, the faculty moved to its present location at the Chhatra Marg, University of Delhi
3. National Academy of Legal Studies and Research University
NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad, is a residential university established in 1998 under the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research University Act (Andhra Pradesh Act 34 of 1998) of the Andhra Pradesh State Legislature
4. Symbiosis Society’s Law College
Symbiosis conducts two 5-year integrated law courses, a BA LLB course covering Arts subjects with Law and the second is a BBA LLB course which covers Management and Business subjects with Law
5.National Law Institute University
The National Law Institute University has earned frontline status of an institution imparting quality legal education, conducting research in cutting edge areas of law and organising workshops, seminars and training programmes
6.National Law Institute University
The National Law Institute University has earned a frontline status of an institution imparting quality legal education, conducting research in cutting edge areas of law and organising workshops, seminars and training programmes.
7.The WB National University of Juridical Sciences
The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences was established under the WBNUJS Act, 1999 (West Bengal Act IX of 1999) adopted by the West Bengal Legislature in July 1999.
8.Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University
The Faculty of Law of AMU is one of the oldest law colleges in the country
9. Gujarat National Law University
Gujarat National Law University is the statutory university established by the Government of Gujarat National Law University Act, 2003. The University is recognised by the Bar Council of India and University Grants Commission
1o.ILS Law College
The Indian Law Society was established in 1923 as a public charitable trust registered under the Societies Registration Act. The Indian Law Society established the Law College in 1924, which has since then established itself as a premier institute for legal studies in India. In 2004, the ILS Law College was accredited the A+ level by NAAC.