The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India, popularly known as the ICFAI Group, has 11 universities across the country, offering a large spectrum of cutting-edge programmes in the field of higher education. Since its inception in 1984, the institutions under ICFAI have created a culture of teaching and learning that supports and fosters intellectual and personality development among its graduating students. Carrying this legacy with an unparalleled international and interdisciplinary outlook in teaching and research, the Faculty of Law (FOL), commonly known as ICFAI Law School, IFHE, Hyderabad, has made a remarkable impression in the legal education of the country. Still a young law college, with only seven years of existence in the Indian legal education sector to date,...
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Amit Kashyap, Chairperson, Assistant Prof of Law & Director, Nirma University
Dr. Michael Pittaro, Assistant Professor, American Military University
Debarati Halder, Professor & Head - Centre for Research on Law and Policy, Unitedworld School of Law - Karnavati University
Santosh Parab, General Counsel & Head - Legal, IDFC Bank
Hersh Shah, Founder, ITI EdVest
Top 10 Promising Law Colleges in India 2018
One thing that the world's most influential personalities like Mahatma Gandhi, Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin, Hillary Clinton and Benazir Bhutto have in common is - they all studied law. One of the oldest academic fields in the world, a law degree is a highly appreciated qualification, which promises a respectable status in the society. The lawyers are bestowed with a voice which can be used for the betterment of the common people and help in upholding justice. This is not a hidden fact that world leaders of past and present have embraced this profession believing that holding expertise in this subject will make them capable to handle leadership positions. Along with decent social status, another factor which captivates the interest of the new generation towards this profession today is its lucrative salaries.
For witnessing a flourishing career in this field, the aspirants are however expected to earn recognized degrees which will provide them an understanding of legal processes, logical reasoning skills and critical thinking and analysis capabilities. On the career front, a law student with all demanded skills and inherent interests has a wide range of legal professional opportunities available these days. With the evolution of law education over the years, the law graduates are not limited only in courts but mark the presence in various corporate houses, law agencies, law firms, litigation, administrative services and much more. For educating such dynamic law students, along with National Law Schools, there are several such private law schools, which are winning the hearts of students and other stakeholders of legal education by offering exceptional facilities and training quality.
Under the supervision of Bar Council of India and University Grants Commission, these institutes are conducting numerous courses - from integrated programmes to short-term certificate programme and postgraduate programme to doctorate programme. Hence, providing a firsthand information regarding institutes which are counted as the best law colleges, we at Higher Education Review have compiled a comprehensive list as "Top 10 Promising Law Colleges in India 2018" on the basis of the quality of training, infrastructural facilities, qualification of faculty members, research output, industry interface and academic productivity. Composed after thorough research and contemplation, by our expert panel and researchers, we hope, this effort will help the prospective law students in their desired law educational journey.
|ICFAI Law School||Hyderabad, Telengana||One of the oldest law institutes in the State, ICFAI is well-known for its exemplary placement assistance and global exposure, which enables the students to leave a mark on the legal world.|
|Indore Institute of Law||Indore, Madhya Pradesh||The first independent and exclusive College of Law in Indore, IIL promises to provide high-quality education and resources towards creating Lawyers, who excel in Legal and Philanthropic services.|
|Jindal Global Law School||Sonipat, Haryana||Known as India's first global law school, JGLS boasts of a team of faculty members who possesses years of experience in imparting law education and international educational background.|
|KIIT School of Law, KIIT University||Odisha, Bhubaneswar||The institute encourages students to learn analytical, communication and research skills together with a sound understanding of legal ethics and professional responsibilities.|
|L.J.D. Law College||Falta, West Bengal||A self-financed Law college under the University of Calcutta, L.J.D believes in practicing and adopting the best and most relevant teaching methodologies to teach the tomorrow's lawyers.|
|M.S. Ramaiah College of Law||Bangalore, Karnataka||With the goal of inculcating in the students, the universal nature of law and the need to understand its application for the well-being of humankind, the institute annually generates a skilled bracket of lawyers.|
|Nehru Academy of Law||Lakkidi, Kerala||One of the pioneers in legal education, Nehru Academy of Law envisions establishing a center of excellence for the study of law and research and grooming professionals to enrich the legal profession.|
|Symbiosis Law School||Pune, Maharashtra||A constituent of Symbiosis International University, Symbiosis Law School has encompassed state-of-the-art facilities in its campus to render the students with a productive campus experience.|
|Unitedworld School of Law||Ahmedabad, Gujarat||Initiated by Unitedworld Group, Unitedworld School of Law since its establishment has been constantly putting efforts to maintain the quality of education and empower the students highly most demanded legal skills.|
|VIT Law School||Chennai, Tamil Nadu||Believing in continuous and active learning simultaneously with practical training, VIT School of Law, assures to nourish the young minds with adequate knowledge of law and nuances of the legal profession.|