Top 10 Law Colleges in India

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Law encompasses almost all the aspects of social, economic and political world. The world is changing at a rapid pace. If one has to survive and adjust with this fast changing world then one needs to develop his jurisprudential rational. This helps in proper understanding of the society.

Over the past few decades perception towards law has changed considerably and more students are now seeking law as a career option. India has some of the world best law colleges. It is very vital to choose a recognized law college if one is planning to pursue law as a career. Selection of the right law college with best faculty and infrastructure is the first step towards giving an edge to a career in the discipline of law.

NUJS in Kolkata, NLU in Jodhpur, NALSAR in Hyderabad and NLIU in Bhopal are some of the world best law schools in India. The Government Law College in Bombay and the Faculty of Law located in Delhi are among the older law schools. Admissions to law schools are based on entrance test and vary with institutions. Law schools have opened up a variety of career options like corporate counsel, litigation, work in law firms, social work, business and legal process outsourcing.

Top 10 Law Colleges in India - 2017 Ranking

RankName of the CollegeAddressPhone NoCollege WebsiteScore
1National Law School of India UniversityTeachers Colony, Chandra Lay, Nagarbhavi, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560242080-23213160/23492646http://nls.ac.in75.79
2National Law UniversitySector 14, Dwarka, Delhi, 110078011 2803 4257http://nludelhi.ac.in/74.58
3Nalsar University of LawPost Box No.1, Justice City, Shameerpet, Medchal District, Hyderabad - 500078, Telangana040 - 23498200 / 400https://www.nalsar.ac.in/70.95
4Indian Institute of Technology KharagpurKharagpur, West Bengal, India - 7213023222-255221http://www.iitkgp.ac.in/67.07
5National Law University JodhpurNH-65, Nagour Road, Mandore, Jodhpur - 342304 (Raj.) - INDIA291-2577530, 2577526http://www.nlujodhpur.ac.in63.5
6Jamia Millia IslamiaJamia Nagar, New Delhi-110025(11)26981717,26984617,26984658, 26988044,26987183 http://jmi.ac.in/59.91
7The West Bengal National University of Juridicial SciencesDr. Ambedkar Bhavan 12, LB Block, Sector III, Salt Lake City Kolkata - 7000983-2335 7379 /0765/2806 /2809/2811/2812 http://www.nujs.edu/59.17
8Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, LucknowSec- D1, LDA Colony, Kanpur Road Scheme Lucknow - 226012 Uttar Pradesh, India522-24 25 902, 903http://www.rmlnlu.ac.in/54.82
9Symbiosis Law SchoolSurvey No. 227, Plot No.11, Rohan Mithila, Opp. Pune Airport, Symbiosis Road, Viman Nagar, Pune - 411014020-66861100 / 18https://www.symlaw.ac.in54.25
10Dr. B. R. Ambedkar College of LawAndhra University South Campus, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh 530003089128 44777http://andhrauniversity.edu.in50.93

*Source : http://indiatoday.intoday.in/

Last Updated on : April 6, 2018



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