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Updated On:11 Jun 2014 04:36 PM IST   By: Apratim Chatterjee

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Careers360 brings you a comprehensive list of Top Law Colleges where you aspire to get admission. The comprehensive list will help you to track the college and get an overview of the institution. If you are planning for the coveted law exams like CLAT and AILET, the list shall be of great help to you.

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When you aspire to become a professional law graduate, it’s very necessary for you to take admission in the best law colleges of India. Even Dr. Thomas Mathew, Co-Convener, CLAT 2014 says, “Law is an important measure for creating a disciplined and caring society, hence the scope is tremendous. Avenues need to be seen where the interest lies; especially with the constant developments taking place in the society.”

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Provided below is the list of all top ranked law colleges of India; where you will find the 14 National Law Universities (NLUs) and other colleges which shall be participating in CLAT and AILET exams. Next you will be having some of the other colleges too which conduct their own exams and you have another option of getting admissions in these prestigious colleges for undergraduate law courses.

Look in for the best law institutes where you aspire for getting admissions and fulfill your ambitions of becoming a professional law graduate.

 

There are two separate lists based upon the entry level. If you have just passed 10+2 exam, you can take CLAT exam and head for NLUs for the undergraduate courses and if you are a graduate and wish to make a future in law field, you need to take the various other law exams.

Top Law Colleges for getting admissions at 10+2 level -

Universities / Colleges

Location

Exam

National Law School of  India University

Bangalore

CLAT

National Academy of Legal Studies and Research

Hyderabad

CLAT

West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences

Kolkata

CLAT

National Law University, Jodhpur

Jodhpur

CLAT

National Law Institute University

Bhopal

CLAT

Gujarat National Law University

Gandhinagar

CLAT

National University of Advanced Legal Studies

Kochi

CLAT

Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University

Lucknow

CLAT

National Law University, Odisha

Odisha

CLAT

National University of Study and Research

Ranchi

CLAT

Hidayatullah National Law University

Raipur

CLAT

Rajiv Gandhi National University Of Law

Patiala

CLAT

National Law University and Judicial Academy

Guwahati

CLAT

Chanakya National Law University

Patna

CLAT

National Law University, Delhi

Delhi

AILET

Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University

Aligarh

Entrance test

Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia

Delhi

Entrance test

Indian Law Society's Law College

Pune

Academic Cutoff

Government Law College

Mumbai

Academic Cutoff

Top Law Colleges for getting admissions after Graduation -

Universities / Colleges

Location

Exam

Campus Law Centre, Delhi University

Delhi

DU LLB Entrance test

Indian Law Society's Law College

Pune

Academic Cutoff

Rajiv Gandhi School Of Intellectual Property Law , IIT Kharagpur

Kharagpur

LSAT and Separate Exam

Government Law College

Mumbai

Academic Cutoff

Faculty Of Law, BHU

Varanasi

Entrance test

Faculty Of Law, Allahabad University

Allahabad

Academic Cutoff

Faculty Of Law, Osmania University

Hyderabad

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Disclaimer: The list of Top Law Colleges above is based on the students' preference during admissions in the academic year 2013 - 14.

 

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First Published On:24 Jan 2014 04:39 PM IST

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