The LLB programme is generally for 3 years and the eligibility criteria is graduation with 50%.
- Al-Ameen College of Law, (Near Lalbagh Main Gate) Hosur Road, Bangalore
- Arunodaya Institute of Legal Studies, Bangalore.
National Law School of India University,
Nagarabhavi, Bangalore 560072.
Phone: +91-80-2316-0524, 2316-0525.
- Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies, R.V Road (Vijaya College Campus),Basavanagudi, Bangalore 560004. Phone: +91-80-2656-1072
- Bangalore University, Faculty of Law
- Babu Jagjeevan Ram Law College, Bangalore.
- B.E.S. College of Law, 16th Main, 4th Block Jayanagar, Bangalore
- Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian Law College, CSI Compound, Bangalore
- B M S College of Law, Bangalore
- School of Law, Christ University (SLCU), Hosur Road, Dharmaram College, Bangalore 560029. Phone: +91-80-4012-9012, 4111-6605.
- CMR College of Law, Kalyannagar, St. Thomas Town, Bangalore 560084, Phone: +91-80-2544-9008.
- Dayananda Sagar College of Law , Bangalore.
Indira Priyadarshini College of Law
(Affiliated to Karnataka State Law University & BAR Council of India New Delhi.)
Course : 3 Year & 5 year LL.B
No.1 College Road ATTUR post
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- Islamaiah Law College
- JSS Law College, Mysore
- Karnatak University, Faculty of Law, Pavatenagar, Dharwad – 580003
- K G F Law College, Ourgaum
- KLE Society’s Law College , II Block Rajajinagar, Bangalore – 560010, Phone: +91-80-2332-4529
- K.L.E.Society’s Gurusiddappa Kotambri Law College, Hubli
- K.L.E.Society’s S.A.Manvi Law College, Gadag
- K.L.E.Society’s B.V.Bellad Law College, Lingaraj College Campus, Belgaum
- K.L.E.Society’s Law College, Chikodi
- Miranda Law College, HAL II Stage, Bangalore 560 075
- M.S.Ramaiah College of Law
- Oxford College of Law, Hosur Road, Bangalore
- Panchmi College of Law, Bangalore
- Pruthvi Evening Law College, 6th Cross 1 Main, Gandhinagar, Bangalore 560 009.
- Ram Manohar Lohia Law College,
# 1 & 2, GOTTIGERE, BEHIND BBMP OFFICE,
BANNERGHATTA MAIN ROAD, BANGALORE – 560083.
Phone: 080-65306093 / 94. Fax No. 080-25780237
- Rajiv Gandhi Law College, Malleswaram, Bangalore
- Renukacharya Law College, Anand Rao Circle, Race Course Road, Gandhinagar, Bangalore 560009. Phone: +91-80-2226-3468
- Sarvodaya College of Law, Rajaji nagar, Bangalore
- Sheshadripuram Law College, Separntine Road, Kumarapark West, Bangalore – 560020
- Sree Balaji Colege of Law, Bangalore
- Sri Jagadguru Renukacharya College of Law
- Sri Ramakrishna Educational Trust Law College, Bangalore.
- Sri R. E. T. S. R. K. Law College, Bangalore
- Teachers’ Law College, Bangalore.
- University College of Law, Bangalore
- Vidyodaya Law College, Tumkur
- Vivekananda Law College, 80ft Road, Near GKW factory, Bangalore – 560055
- V.V. Puram Law College, K.R. Road, V.V. Puram, Bangalore – 560004. Phone: +91-80-2667 7025
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Over 50% of NLSIU have Job Offers in Place
Campuses are abuzz with placement activity, especially so at the National Law School of India University (NLSIU). While management students had to sail through some rough storms this season, the conditions are still favourable for their law counterparts.According to the recruitment coordination committee, NLSIU, of the 63 final-year students, only 25 are sitting for the final placement. “The placement season was on April 3, 4 and 5. About five firms came on the main placement day. For the firms that couldn’t come on these days, we’ve decided to keep the season open for two weeks,” said Rohini Kharkar, recruitment coordination committee.
Comed-K or CLAT? Both exams will be on the same day
Do you want to become a lawyer or doctor? Make your choice right now. Hundreds of students appearing for both Comed-K and Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) are in a dilemma as both major entrance exams are scheduled on the same date — May 17.Parents too are worried as they feel that if his/her child had not performed well in one entrance test then they could at least opt for another — but now that option is not available.
Common admission examination for law students from 2009
To streamline legal education in India, the University Grants Commission has decided to conduct a common entrance test for the seven national law universities from this year.The core and implementation committee of the universities decided at a recent meeting to conduct the first common law admission test (CLAT) on May 11, at 19 centres across the country.