Best Law Institutes in India

LLB is an undergraduate course for aspirants seeking to pursue a career in the legal profession. It a five-year integrated program for students who have completed class 12 and a 3-year integrated program for those who are a graduate in any stream. It suits those who have very strong presence of mind and can put forward their point forward their view very strongly.

Admission Procedure

An all-India level entrance examination CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) is conducted to grant admission in National Law Institutes in India. The LLB entrance Test for DU is considered as the second most importance entrance exam for LLB. Many top level colleges conduct their own entrance exams. These exams are generally conducted during the months of May and June. Some colleges also require the qualifying candidate to clear group discussions and personal interview. The candidates who pass through all these stages is then selected for admission in the respective college.

Eligibility Criteria

Students who have cleared the High School Examination or equivalent diploma with minimum 50% marks (45% for reserved categories) are eligible to appear for CLAT and other law entrance examinations.

For the five-year LLB examination, candidate should be below 20 years of age on July 1 to apply for CLAT. While in some other top colleges (NLU Delhi, Jamia Milia Islamia, GGSIP University) the upper age limit is 21 years, in AMU Law Faculty it is 22 years.

For the three-year LLB examination, there is no restriction on the upper age limit, whereas the minimum age is required to be 17 years on the date of application.

The candidates who have opted for Open universities to obtain their XII or graduation or post-graduation degree without any basic qualifications, are not eligible for admission in Law Colleges.

Benefits of the Course

Students have many opportunities after successful completion of LLB. They can opt to become lawyers in State and Central Government. They can be placed in Defence, Tax and Labor Law departments as lawyers, and can rise to become public prosecutors, attorney generals, judges, etc. Candidates can also work as legal advisors in private companies, organizations, firms and families One can also go for higher education and pursue LLM, a post-graduate course.


Top Law Colleges in India

1National Law School of India UniversityBangalore
2NALSAR University of LawHyderabad
3National Law Institute UniversityBhopal
4National Univ of Juridical SciencesKolkata
5ILS Law College Pune
6National Law UniversityJodhpur
7Symbiosis Society's Law CollegePune
8Gujrat National Law UniversityGandhinagar
9Amity Law SchoolDelhi
10New Law CollegeBVDU
11Campus Law CenterDelhi University
12Government Law CollegeMumbai
13Faculty of LawAMU, Aligarh
14University Law CollegeBangalore
15Faculty of Law Mumbai UniversityMumbai
16Faculty of Law BHUVaranasi
17Deptt of LawsPunjab
18Bangalore Institute of Legal StudiesBangalore
19School of LawGujarat
20Tamil Nadu Dr Ambedkar Law UnivChennai
21Army Institute of LawMohali
22DES Law CollegePune
23Deptt of Law Calcutta UniversityKolkata
24Hidayatullah National Law UniversityRaipur
25Govt Law CollegeKerala

Last Updated on : January 2, 2014

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