Top Law colleges in India

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India is known for producing best law administration in the world, and it has been made possible because country have quality law institutes and university. Below is the list of top law colleges in India, certainly will be helpful if you want to pursue career in law. These institutes are premier in their category and if you would like to get admission in top law institutes in India, then you have to pass the various qualification examinations being conducted every year by respective law university.

Top law institutes in india


1. National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALASAR), Hyderabad
Course offered by NALASAR, Hyderabad: BA, LLB (Hons), MBA in Business laws & administration, PG diploma, LLB and PG diploma in Patent law.
Admission procedure: CLAT (Common Law admission Test)
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2. National Law School of India University (NlSIU), Bangalore
Course offered by NISIU, Bangalore: BA, LLB (Hons), LLM, M.Phil
Admission procedure: CLAT (Common Law admission Test)
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3. Symbiosis Law School, Pune
Course offered by Symbiosis law school Pune: BA & BBA LLB, PG Diploma and Ph.d.
Admission Basis: SET (Symbiosis Entrance Test)
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4. The National Law Institute University, Bhopal
Course offered by NLU Bhopal: BA, LLB (Hons), MBA in Business laws & administration, PG diploma, LLB and PG diploma in Patent law.
Admission procedure: CLAT (Common Law admission Test)
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5. National Law School, Jodhpur
Course offered by NLU Jodhpur B.B.A., LL.B.(Hons.); B.A., LL.B.(Hons.) , B.Sc.,LL.B.(Hons.). , LL.M. (Corporate Laws) & LL.M.( Intellectual Property Rights)
Admission procedure: CLAT (Common Law admission Test)
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6. Amity Law School, Delhi
Course offered by Amity Delhi: BA, LLB (Hons)
Admission procedure: Common Entrance Test (CET)
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7. ILS Law College, Pune
Course offered by ILS Pune :  BSL LL.B. , L.L.B , Diploma in Taxation Laws, Diploma in Labour Laws and Labour Welfare , Master in Labour Laws & Labour Welfare
Admission procedure: Based on merit for L.L.B and for other courses admissions are on first-come-first-served basis.
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8. Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar
Course offered by NLU, Gandhinagar: Five years BA/BCom/BBA/BSc/BSW LL.B. (Hons.) , LL. M. , PG Diploma and Ph.d.
Admission procedure: CLAT (Common Law admission Test)
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9. National Law University, New Delhi
Course offered by NLU New Delhi: BA, LLB (Hons), LLM , Ph.D
Admission procedure: AILET (All India Law Entrance Test)
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10. National Law University, Kolkota
Course offered by NLU B.A / B.Sc with LL.B. , LL.M., M.Phil., Ph.D., LL.D., PG diploma Business law
Admission procedure: CLAT (Common Law admission Test)
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To get admission in top law colleges for bachelor degree program one should pass 10+2 and qualify the examination conducted by respective institutes. Candidates who are willing to get admission in National law universities (NLU) should pass common entrance Test (CLAT).
For admission in NALASAR, Hyderabad and Symbiosis, Pune candidate have to appear in examination conduct by university.
Students who have completed their LLB and bachelor can also go for higher studies in said university and colleges.
I hope above information about the top law colleges in India may be helpful for those students who want to build a career in Law sector. You may also read our previous article on top Engineering colleges in India.

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3 comments :

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  2. I always want to study law but somehow i can't pursue it, its great to know that India holds so many law colleges.

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  3. Great to know about law colleges, i think today many boys and girls are turning to do law which is really good. Thanks for sharing the list.

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