The 10 Best Institutes for Law in India, 2019

The legal education sector in India is growing at a rapid pace. Nowadays, students are more interested in pursuing law as a career. This remarkable rise in the interest of individuals to pursue law as a profession is because of the variety of employment opportunities it offers.
We have witnessed that in the 21st century, both the private and public sectors are equally participating in the improvement of legal education. As a result, there has been growth in infrastructure and investment, and introduction of revolutionary strategies bringing changes in law education. The leading educational institutions are offering specialized training in law based on the interest of each student and are collaborating with foreign universities and exchange programs.
The Knowledge Review thus comes up with a special issue “The 10 Best Institutes for Law in India, 2019” which highlights some of the best institutes in India that are transforming legal education while promoting creativity. It showcases those institutes which have set a global standard in the field of legal education, research, and training.

Presidency University– Committed to Innovation and Excellence in Teaching, Research, and Knowledge Transfer

Presidency Group of Institutions (PGI), comprises, besides Presidency University, seven Schools and a College. While the College offers Programs, at both the Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels, in Information Technology, Commerce, Management, and Journalism, the Schools offer Program affiliated to CBSE & ICSE Boards. Presidency College, located in Bengaluru, has been re-accredited with an ‘A+’ Grade by NAAC.
The Presidency University is a testimony to the fact that the Group has almost over four decades of experience in education, from Kindergarten to 12th Standard and finally to Higher Education. It envisions in positioning amongst the best universities in the world, in the shortest span possible through focus on Innovative


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