The 10 Best Law Institutes in India, 2018

The legal education sector is one of the fastest growing educational sectors in India. Students are showing more interest in pursuing law as a career. In fact, the number of applicants for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), 2016 was the highest ever. This impressive upswing in the interest of selecting law as a profession is because the legal profession nowadays offers a wide variety of employment opportunities in addition to litigation oriented practice.

The 21st century has witnessed great private and government participation in the growth and improvement of legal education. This has resulted in better infrastructure, increased investment, and introduction of revolutionary strategies to introduce changes in legal education over the last decade. The emerging educational institutions are introducing major changes in legal education mainly in terms of organization, management, content, and delivery. Many leading colleges and universities are offering specialized training in law based on the interest of each student and are also collaborating with foreign universities and exchange agreements. This provides the students opportunities to learn in different environments.

The Knowledge Review thus comes up with a special issue “The 10 Best Law Institutes in India, 2018” which highlights some of the best institutes in India which are transforming and enhancing legal education in a creative fashion. It lists out those institutes which have set a global standard in the field of legal education, research and training.

Presidency University School of Law: Inculcating Law Ethos to become Ace Attorneys

 

Presidency University School of Law (SOL) is a close-knit community of faculty, students, staff and alumni dedicated to providing an excellent legal education. Their faculties, all from premier legal institutions, have accomplished lot in their respective fields. The students are active and supportive of one another, whether one-on-one in studying for class, or taking on leadership roles in the many dynamic student organizations. Their professional staff is committed to helping the students excel during law school.

The Moot Court Association (MCA): This is an important student initiative which organizes many inter-school moot courts and holds moot sessions, novice moot competitions, trial trial advocacy practice and research tests for the students on a regular basis. SOL also offers one of the largest competitive National Moot

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