KLE Society's College of Law
#3, CA-2, V Block, West Circle, Sir M. Vishweshwaraiah layout, Ullal Post, Bengaluru – 560091
BAR Council of India (BCI)
Established in 1975, KLE Society's College of Law caters to the needs of the young students to pursue their education in law. The college offers along with Undergraduate programs, various certificates, and diploma courses in law.
The college is recognized by the Bar Council of India and is affiliated to the Karnataka State Law University, Hubli. The campus provides state-of-the-art infrastructure to the students. It has earned a good reputation for the quality of its academic programs.
The college organizes guest lectures from leading advocates and former Judges of High Courts and Supreme Courts regularly. There are spacious classrooms equipped with comfortable seating and LCD facilities for interactive teaching.
Scholarships subject to the central/state government and college rules.
|CLAT Undergraduate||Common-Law Admission Test for Undergraduate Courses|
|CLAT Post Graduate||Common-Law Admission Test for Postgraduate Courses|
KLE Society's College of Law has earned a good reputation for the quality of its academic programs. The facilities provided by the college that makes it unique are:
Library: The college provides a library which has well-stocked books for the students to borrow.
Gym: The college provides gym facilities to the students that they can use anytime during college hours.
Moot Court Hall: The college provides space for the students to organize a moot court hall.
Auditorium: The college auditorium has all the facilities for the students to organize any kinds of cultural events.
The graduates of KLE Society's College of Law can become:
Teacher or Lecturer
Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Law (BBA LL.B)
Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Law (B.Com LL.B)
Post Graduation Diploma in Cyber and Information Technology Law
The college is a top-ranked law college in Bangalore and South India. It’s owned by the KLE Society and is affiliated to Karnataka State Law University.
The college does not provide any distance education in law as legal education in India is imparted only through regular courses according to BCI rules.
Yes, the college has an age limit for all courses. For 5-year BA-LLB, BBA-LLB, BCom-LLB courses, the age limit for general merit students is 20 years, while for SC/ST/OBC, it’s 22 years. For a 3-year LLB course, the age limit for general merit is 30 years while for SC/ST/OBC, it’s 35 years.
Yes, the college takes students based on their performance in the LSAT or CLAT tests. The college also considers score at +2 level for admissions.
Yes, the college has a placement desk.