University Law College
Jnanabharathi BDA Layout, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560056
BAR Council of India (BCI)
University Law College is a constituent college of law of Bangalore University. The college is directly administered by Bangalore University. The college has well-qualified and experienced faculty members.
There are visiting guest-lecturers, professors and legal practitioners who share their knowledge and expertise with the academic staff of University Law College. The college is a pioneer legal-education institution in Bangalore.
The college library has a huge collection of journals, research papers, documents and other writing material on national and international law. There are a total of 45,000 books, 16,000 journals and 18,000 other reference materials.
*Scholarships subject to the central/state government and college rules.
|CLAT Undergraduate||Common Law Admission Test Undergraduate|
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University Law College is a pioneer legal-education institution in Bangalore. The facilities provided by the college are:
Library: The college has more than 45,000 books, 16,000 journals and 18,000 other reference materials for the students and faculty members.
Cultural Activities: The college offers a rich variety of student interest groups which allow students to pursue every possible interest.
Annual Competition: The college organises the All India Moot Court Competition, an annual national level moot court competition, is the flagship activity of the student body, the Society of Mooters.
Sports Activities: The college organises annual sports day and other sporting events such as intra-collegiate football, basketball and cricket tournaments for the students.
Graduates of University Law College can become:
Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Legislative Law (B.A. L.L.B) (Honours)
Campus, Jnanabharathi BDA Layout, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560056
Veerappa Moily, S.M Krishna, Margaret Alva, Nitte Santosh Hegde, and many others.
The Society of Mooters has been one of the most interactive bodies that hold moot court competitions at an all India level.
A Bachelor of Arts degree when integrated with a Bachelor of Law degree imparts students with an education that is a cohesive link between various Arts and Humanities subjects with law subjects. Some of the subjects focused upon are: Human Rights Laws, Family Business Laws, Consumer Protection Rights Laws, and many more topics.
The domains of Medical Law and Corporate Law are high paying professions in India.
The Campus Placement Cell is a student-run body of University Law College, Bengaluru, functioning within the College framework to provide for placements as well as internship opportunities to the students.