College Reviews Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, Delhi

Also known as: Faculty of Law DU
Student Rating 4.02/5 (Showing 26 Reviews)

Education is good..decent faculty... Overall nice college

vasu kumar
Posted on 11 Feb' 17 by vasu kumar
Batch of 2016 | LLB
College life is nice. I have taken the morning batch..college also provides for a evening batch so.pretty flexible timings for all students...faculty is quite decent. A mixture of both good and bad. Dont know anything yet about the placements. Takes initiatives for Extra curricular activities like debates and moot courts.. court visits and and other such activities are also there. Good cafeteria and eating places. Hostel is quite nice from what i hear. Overall good experience
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A college with great Faculty but sad placement scenes.

Posted on 21 Sep' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2018 | LLB
The infrastructure of the Faculty Of Law at the old building was abysmal with improper drinking water facilities and broken window panes. The sorry state of infrastructure has been temporarily solved by a new building. But other issues such as dismal placement scenes , Still proves to be mind numbing.
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College life in law centre-1 and faculty is simply awesome.

Posted on 19 Sep' 16 by heena anwar
Batch of 2015 | LLB
Life in the faculty of law is simply awsome. We have a new building for classes. Very good infrastructure, nice class rooms. We are still connected to our old building. Our library is still in the old building. You can get a true feeling of the campus here. The crowd is good. You will be having too many friends here. Although hostel and placement are yet not good. But we hope that it will improvise with the time. Faculties are good. They are experienced teachers. There is a canteen nearly new building of faculty of law. You can enjoy the food there at cheap rates. Above all merits demerits, law faculty of Delhi university had name and fame. Must join!
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An Ultimate destination for Legal Education

Posted on 12 Sep' 16 by ADARSH PRATAP SINGH
Batch of 2017 | LLB
Undoubtedly DU, Law Faculty is one of the best Law school in the country...With the list of alumni like Arun Jaitley, Kapil Sibal, Rohinton Nariman, Meira Kumar etc.. it needs no introduction... Choosing Law Faculty DU (over other colleges like ILS Pune, GLC Mumbai) was the best decision of my life . From coolest campus life to best professors, it has everything one expects from a best ranked Law school. Except for the few things like Infrastructure , it offers you the best of everything...and at a very nominal cost of few thousands Rupees a year. There is a lot to learn at Law Fac than just Law.. it offers ample of opportunities apart from academics where a student can participate and prove their worth.The college has various societies like Moot court society, Legal Aid society, Debating Society etc where students can take part in various competitions/conferences/workshop and Legal aid camps. Every year Law Fac organises two National and one International Moot court competitions.With students from across the country with diverse backgrounds makes up an awesome crowd .Every year students from Law fac.students get placed and selected to the best in the field ..Law Fac graduates also come with flying colors in various Competitive exams like Judicial services and Civil Services... No doubt ,it is one of the best ranked Law colleges in the country.
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There's no looking back if you make it here

Posted on 09 Sep' 16 by Charu Atri
Batch of 2014 | LLB
Located on the North campus, Faculty of law, DU is a famous and reputed law school, well known for its highly qualified teachers. Although most of the teachers are ad-hoc but they know their subjects very well. The crowd here is mixed, you meet students from all parts of the country with different backgrounds and interests, from aspiring civil servants to aspiring politicians. You can find students chilling here till late evenings as attendance is not a problem here, students are allowed to give exams even with low attendance. Now comes the infrastructure, the old building of faculty lacked infrastructure but the new building is no less than a five-star hotel!( believe me), but canteen here is still a problem, no proper canteen moreover it's a Dhaba! Still students from all the colleges of north campus come here to grab cheap food. Though faculty boasts of famous alumni but placement cell is not very active. The overall faculty is a good bet for aspiring lawyers. Faculty-wise, infrastructure wise and exposure wise it's unbeatable and what else one could ask for in such a low fees.
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Good college

pratham bhatia
Posted on 08 Sep' 16 by pratham bhatia
Batch of 2018 | LLB
Infrastructure is better now earlier was poor , teachers are also good. admin staff is average . Morning shift is good in terms of student crowd Evening shift is pretty decent with lots of working staff attending the college . The faculty of law is the only college where a person can study the law in the evening with full focus . All the exams held are very practical and easy to crack. The only thing which distinguishes this college is its age-old experienced teachers.
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Intellectual infirmary

Posted on 07 Sep' 16 by Vishal Gupta
Batch of 2018 | LLB
I feel proud to be in one of the coolest law campuses of the country where except attendance and examinations nothing else is a compulsory part of the syllabus. We had a good library and moot court society, peers and opportunities lure you to participate in every kind of activity like mooting, writing, working for legal aid and of course internships. We also had legal aid society which helps poor people who can't afford legal help with free of cost legal help Since there is no age limit all these years here, I have met students from the age group of 23- 60 years and have learnt so much from their experiences in life. And finally, I can say That first thing that law study taught me was how to be proud of being a law student. In which my college helped me lot
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Good exposure and experience

Saurabh
Posted on 05 Sep' 16 by Saurabh
Batch of 2018 | LLB
Faculty of Law has all the great factors to be one of the best law colleges in the country. Definitely the best in Delhi University, Law College is a good bet for any aspiring lawyer though one needs an excellent score in the law entrance exam of DU.Law Faculty treats you like adults: There are no assignments, no mid-semester exams, no 25 marks internal assessment. A minimum 66% attendance requirement is strictly enforced in first 2 years but relaxed(informally) in the third year. The end sem exams are for 100 marks, you must score 45 to pass. In the first year, you must pass 5/10 papers, in second 15/20 to advance to the next year. If you have back papers in your third year, the college gives you supplementary exams to clear them (in July) and graduate with your peers! No other DU course gives you so much leverage. This gives you ample time to pursue other avenues like part time work, internship, preparing for competitive exams like Bank PO and UPSC, Judicial Services. The library is open 6 days a week from 9 am-8 pm. People from outside Law Fac have made nests in the library. Those who want to study can make as much use of the available resources.
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Repository of Intellectual Resources

Ripple Nagpal
Posted on 04 Sep' 16 by Ripple Nagpal
Batch of 2018 | LLB
The Faculty of Law has a dedicated Moot Court located on the ground floor of its New Academic Building and that is a unique aspect of its infrastructure. Although better industry exposure could be provided by arranging for monthly interactions of students with the lawyers, judges, and jurists of India, so as to help the students get insights about the legal industry and the nuances involved therein. I have had an opportunity to hone my capabilities around highly intellectual thought processors, making my journey extremely interesting, enjoyable and also an affordable one at the same time.Though the placement cell of the college should be more proactive in arranging for campus placements of students in various law firms and corporate entities.Faculties are experienced in their respective domains and are equipped with in-depth and practical knowledge, which makes the studying experience more intellectually enriching. The diversity of a college's faculty and students influences its strength, productivity and intellectual personality and in the case of Faculty of Law, this diversity has a positive impact.
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Best choice

Navdeep
Posted on 03 Sep' 16 by Navdeep
Batch of 2015 | LLB
1)As compared to our fees, the college provides good infrastructure like a Huge library, Air conditioner room,Huge auditorium. 2) DU life is always enjoyable and there is no doubt about it because we have good colleges around us ,good crowd and good friends to hang out and to discuss things. 3) Hostels are very spacious,very clean , provides good & affordable food. 4) Some Excellent teachers because they enjoy their subject and make you feel comfortable with the subject. 5) College is affordable in terms of fees and material they provide.
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Best education at affordable fees

Posted on 03 Sep' 16 by Ankur Katiyar
Batch of 2016 | LLB
What do you have to say about an institute that has Arun Jaitley, Kapil Sibal, Rohintan F. Nariman, Gopal Subramaniam, Mukul Rohatgi, Kiran Bedi, Meira Kumar and the likes on its alumni list? The list doesn’t end here. More than eighty percent of the sitting judges in the High Court of Delhi are said to be alumni of this institute. Yes! We are talking about the Campus Law Centre (CLC), Faculty of Law, the University of Delhi which has stuck to its 3-year LL.B. course with conviction although the focus of the Indian legal education system these days is perhaps of the relatively new 5-year law schools. Let’s have a look at the pros and cons of this college and the admission process. The Good about Campus Law Centre, Delhi: Located on Chhatra Marg in Delhi University’s lush North Campus area, next to St. Stephens College, Delhi School of Economics, Sri Ram College of Commerce and the Faculty of Arts Complex, CLC benefits from being an integral part of one of the country’s oldest and most prestigious universities. With a 2300-strong undergraduate student body, CLC is one of the largest law colleges in the country. Pedigree and size are the twin selling points of this institute. Moreover, the alumni list bears the testament to the role CLC had to play in feeding the Delhi Bar and Judiciary as well as other avenues for legal professionals all over the country for decades past. Campus Law Centre has long been known for the quality of its teaching faculty. Renowned academicians who have taught at CLC are Prof. Upendra Baxi, Prof. N.R. Madhava Menon, Prof. M.P. Singh, Prof. B.B. Pandey, Prof. A.K. Koul to name a few. It should not be surprising that CLC has been ranked as the best law school in India teaching 3 year LL.B. by reputed magazines like Outlook and India Today. It also finds a place among top 5 law schools in India ranked overall (including 5 year and 3 year courses) ahead of many National Law Universities. One may wonder how a 3-year LL.B. course at Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi is different from 5-year law course taught at National Law Universities and other law schools. The answer lies in the fact that CLC caters to a student body very different from that found in 5-year law schools. In contradiction to a 5-year course designed for students who have just left school, every student n CLC has obtained at least one undergraduate degree prior to joining LL.B. course, and many of them have multiple Masters level degrees and/or work experience in varied fields. The Moot Court Society, which organises the famous K.K. Luthra Memorial International Moot Court Competition, the Seminar and Discussion Society and the Legal Aid Society are have continuously contributed to the over-all skill development of the students at CLC. The Placement Assistance Council (PAC) is yet another student body which, over the years, has helped to get students placed with independent litigators, NGOs top law firms and corporate houses like Amarchand Mangaldas, Wipro, PWC, Ernst & Young to name a few. It is no wonders that CLC is joined by students who have Undergraduate and Postgraduate degrees from top-notch universities across the globe namely Yale, Ohio State, Florida, LSE, Bristol and the likes. The Bad about Campus Law Centre, Delhi: While Campus Law Centre may boast of a strong 2300-student base drawn from almost all branches of Undergraduate studies in India, the quality of students admitted to the Faculty is a serious concern. It is estimated that only about 30 percent of the total strength has actually joined the law school to become a lawyer/legal consultant. Most of the students join CLC to prepare for Civil Services exams, and law being their fall back option (in case they don’t get through Civil Services Exams). This lack of interest in law (as a profession) makes these students abstain themselves from classroom discussions, seminars and extra-curricular activities (e.g. moot courts, legal aid, etc). A Civil Services aspirant from the campus shares, “The course structure and classroom teaching at CLC act as a preparatory class for Civil Services exam. And then there is a relaxed class timing which gives ample time for self-study.” An attendance requirement of 66 percent overall (not in specific subjects) is another boon for such students. A visit to seminars and discussion in the campus will give a clear picture of the ratio of students interested in the activities vis-à-vis the total strength. All these factors and a few others heavily influence placement scenario at the campus in an adverse manner. While top firms prefer taking students who have already interned with them through PPOs, smaller firms recruit fewer students with salaries not worth the brand a CLC graduate carries. It is seen that only around 100-150 students out of 500-600 final year students opt for placements and the placement council manages to place only 50-60 out of them. The Ugly about Campus Law Centre, Delhi: While it is argued that placement depends on the calibre of the student with a little role of his/her institution, there are few things which are of utmost importance to a law student. Basic building infrastructure is one which CLC lacks in. Small, inadequate and dirty classrooms are where students learn the basics of the legal profession. There is no Moot Court Hall, the classrooms are adjusted to make them look like a Moot Court Room of a 3rd tier law school. A badly constructed auditorium (if you can call it one) and small and congested seminar hall, inadequate parking facility, improper drinking water facilities and an insufficient number of toilets are other issues of serious concerns. If you happen to walk into the air-conditioned library which has close to 1,00,000 book volumes, you might not be able to miss the volumes of Halsbury’s Laws of England, Columbia and Harvard Law Reviews stacked in shelves covered with dust with no one to look into their conditions. Getting into CLC: CLC is one of the three Law Centres teaching the LL.B. course under DU’s Faculty of Law (the other two are called Law Centre – I and Law Centre – II). Every Law Centre is headed by a Professor-in-Charge and has a high degree of administrative autonomy. Post graduate law courses are administered directly by the Faculty of Law, which is headed by the Dean, Faculty of Law. The Faculty conducts a single entrance exam for admission into all its three centres in mid-June, forms for which are available from May every year. It is the single largest law entrance exam which is conducted by any standalone Faculty of Law/Dept. of Law/Law College with more than 10,000 students appearing for 2300 odd seats. The entrance test paper contains 175 objective type questions with multiple choice answers and has to be attempted within 2 hours. Each question carries 4 marks and a wrong answer deducts one mark. The students are tested on their knowledge of English language and grammar usage, legal awareness, analytical and logical reasoning and general knowledge on the legal system, polity, economy and current affairs. In some exams, logical and analytical reasoning are also important but Quantitative Aptitude or Maths is generally not asked. So, students should have a balanced strategy for all the four subjects i.e. GK, English, Legal Aptitude and Reasoning. If we analyse past 5 years’ papers of Delhi University (2008-2012), GK emerges as the most important area. 90-100 questions out of 175 total questions were from GK/Current Affairs. If we include questions from Legal GK or Legal Awareness to it, in 2010, over 125 questions were from this area.” Despite many inadequacies and problems, the Campus Law Centre has an enviable reputation in India. It is till date the most popular destination for students who want to get admission in a 3-year LL.B. course. It has been a crucible where a large number of students have honed their skills and joined the legal professions. Tradition finds its place on campus with a tea stall and two bookstalls which have been selling tea and law books respectively to generations of students for over 40 years.
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Law faculty is one of the coolest colleges in DU.

Priyal
Posted on 30 Aug' 16 by Priyal
Batch of 2018 | LLB
Yes, it's one of those colleges which we have seen in Karan Bihar's movies. The crowd and teachers are chilled out! The faculty is amazing. The teaching pattern is good enough to make you learn during the classes. There's hardly attendance pressure but still, classes are completely occupied. The only bad part is infrastructure, it needs a little improvement.
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A place where i discovered myself

megha
Posted on 30 Aug' 16 by megha
Batch of 2014 | LLB
The campus law centre is a law school for those looking for deep, involved college experience should reconsider attending this school. The peers and opportunities lure you to participate in every kind of activity like mooting, writing, working for legal aid and of course internships. I have met students from the age group of 23- 60 years and have learnt so much from their experiences in life. While the usual lectures and subjecThe madness surrounding an event like fest and college elections are sure to watch out kept the flow, hanging out at ‘Bahadur ki canteen’ and ‘Chai wala’ stall with my peers is certainly the best part.The madness surrounding an event like fest and college elections are sure to watch out for. It turns the campus in some serious political stature and I was surprised to learn that most of these candidates had the tough political background. My teachers have been superb in molding my personality in these two years. I’m thankful to them for the patience and attendance they gave me when I had missed my classes for internships and fell for attendance shortage.“Truth and Justice shall find its way through obstacles”, I definitely hope so, would I?
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Awesome experience

Rita Kumar
Posted on 28 Aug' 16 by Rita Kumar
Batch of 2018 | LLB
The college is very affordable for every genre of society, the expose is very good wide. no need to search for references ur college is name is enough to get you a good internship. no spoon feeding, u get a taste of the real life. The faculty involves both permanent and ad-hocs which makes a blend of experience and fresh ideas. maximum no. of jury members in the high court of Delhi consists of law faculty DU alumni n soo they are very generous towards us.
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Awesome crowd,Awesome faculty and Awesome location.

Posted on 26 Aug' 16 by Navdeep Singh
Batch of 2015 | LLB
1) As compared to our fees, the college provides good infrastructure like a Huge library, Air conditioner room,Huge auditorium. 2) DU life is always enjoyable and there is no doubt about it because we have good colleges around us ,good crowd and good friends to hang out and to discuss things. 3) Hostels are very spacious,very clean , provides good & affordable food. 4) Some Excellent teachers because they enjoy their subject and make you feel comfortable with the subject. 5) College is affordable in terms of fees and material they provide
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One of best college

Gyan
Posted on 26 Aug' 16 by Gyan
Batch of 2014 | LLB
Doing law from one of the best college of india is great experience.Faculty of law , university of delhi one of the best college in India.The faculty of my college are above the par one of the best faculty in the country.Faculty of my college are very verstaile in knowledge.They are very friendly to student.Infrastructure of my colleges are good.
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It was a great experiences with my classmates and faculty.

Posted on 26 Aug' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2016 | LLB
If I start with my college infrastructure structure then I will not give any rating because there is no anything which is really good useable for students AC and Projector Is available in every class but not working in a way just for show off drinking water big issue and many more, faculty is great exceptional cases some of faculty is not prepared maybe they are fresher, and if talk about placement then few students get the chance to get a placement, and in last had a wonderful and great experience because they're very prepared.
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Faculty of law-Varsity of Delhi : A home away from home

Posted on 23 Aug' 16 by Phalguni Nigam
Batch of 2019 | LLB
Established in the year 1924 , Faculty of law university of Delhi is not only one of the oldest law schools in India but also one of the biggest offering a 3 year LLB course after graduation. Set amidst colleges like FMS, SRCC, St. Stephens and the likes in the north campus of the university of Delhi, Faculty of law offer myriad opportunities to its students ranging from curricular to extracurricular. It has a cornucopia of students hailing from a different academic background, a level of maturity and experience. We the students at law faculty du have learnt to attenuate our prejudices through the constant efforts and guidance put in by our highly experienced and loving teachers. Faculty of law constantly faces high competition pouring in from newly established NLU's but it has managed to retain its status owing to its large alumni network and its ability to nurture talented legal minds of today into successful lawyers of tomorrow.
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Good college... teacher over here are well experienced

Ashish Aman
Posted on 21 Aug' 16 by Ashish Aman
Batch of 2018 | LLB
If any person wanted to pursue 3-year law I would recommend that person to definitely go for this college. Campus life is also very cool and happening. The kind of faculty u will get here is very difficult to find. They are very experienced one. And in library, u will find all kind of law books and journals which will help for sure. Environment over here is very friendly and u will get to learn a lot from your senior also. They are very much helpful. They will guide u academics as well as in moot court also. Our college has a moot court society for the student who wanted to enhance their advocacy skills. In that moot court society, all the students are taught with the etiquette of the courts proceeding. Overall your will get a good exposure of academics as well as the moot court also. And if anybody wanted to pursue 3-year law. He/ she should give it a try to get enrolled in this college.
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Learned a lot

Posted on 21 Aug' 16 by Rahul Chandolia
Batch of 2018 | LLB
Learned a lot. Studies, extra curricular, moot courts all were part of thr college life. People are good not all but you can figure out which ones will suit you. Stage plays anf other activities are also available for you to take part. Elections are held every year, for some it might seem stupid.
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Undoubtedly the best exposure any law campus provides.

Posted on 19 Aug' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2018 | LLB
Law faculty has basically three law centres viz campus law centre, law centre 1 and law centre 2. Lc1 and lc2 had evening shift for working classes which gave people an option to work and pursue law at the same time. The crowd here is up of this institution, being a three-year law program acts as a filter by only allowing graduates to take admission into this college which ensures relatively more serious aspirants. The campus is itself is placed in the heart of Delhi university which is really an add on to everything else this institution offers to the students. The moot court society here is really active which gets constant guidance by our respected teachers, moot court society conducts an induction moot which enables first years to be the part of society as soon as they get enrolled into the college. Alumni of this institution includes Arun Jaitley, Mayawati, kiren rijiju and various sitting judges at different levels of Indian Judiciary, this sums up the glories of the past this institution had.
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Reputed, Recognised but with poor faculty and nil opportunit

Posted on 16 Aug' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2018 | LLB
The College has got the strong alumni with which it strives till date. One of the best in the 70s but still stuck there. There are poor infrastructure, faculty, and no placement. The crowd is mostly local and politically very active with plenty fights. Here it's all about self-initiative. Odd college timings hence poor chance of interning. But a CLCian will always stand more preferred amongst others at DHC and SC.
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Its mesmerizing and fun being at Campus Law Centre.

Posted on 10 Aug' 16 by Komal Singh
Batch of 2017 | LLB
The college infrastructure has drastically improved after the Bar Council Of India's guidelines. The infrastructure has become much more spacious and well organised now. One concern of the students is that in the newly constructed building there should have been more classes so as to accommodate all the three centres in the same building. The college life here is enjoyable and unique as it is one the oldest college of Delhi University and a prestigious institution and we are proud to be a part of it. It is like a dream come true. The placement facilities provided by the college are quite low and moreover, the people here are generally not made aware of time about the companies that are visiting. The hostels here provide ample exposure to all kinds of sports and recreational activities. Food in the hostels is tasty and hygienic Almost all the faculty members of our college are exceptionally good and have sophisticated education qualifications as well as experience. The crowd in our college is awesome . Students are really helpful . There is a culture of competitiveness and excellence. The yearly fees of our college is very moderate and minimal plus they also provide us with the reading materials i.e. the case material which is included in the fees itself. My overall experience in the Faculty is very Good reason being its one of the top most Law college of the country.
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One of the best law schools in India

Ankur Patel
Posted on 12 Nov' 15 by Ankur Patel
Batch of 2018 | LLB
Faculty of law is India's premier law School which offers legal education in three years programme. People here are of different ages: some are students among 20-30 years while some students are already working while some students are already 60+ and retired. Such diversities also exist on the basis of place of birth. Offering education to a diverse India and Uniting them to make India a Peaceful and Prosperous country. Location: Faculty of law in India's one of the most prestigious and old law school located in the north(clc and lc1) and south campus(lc2) of Delhi University. Ranking: Campus law Centre( faculty of law , Delhi Unviversity) is Ranked 3rd in India's top most law schools by India Today, lawoctopus.com and siksha.com Alumi: It is one the premier institute that produced alumni like : Arun Jaitley - Cabinet Minister In PM Narendra Modi's Government As Minister Of Defence & Minister Of Finance. Kapil Sibal - Former Cabinet Minister of Human Resource Development, Communications and Information Technology and Ministry of Law. Ajit Jogi - Former Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh. Kiran Bedi, India's First Women IPS Officer Ms.Mayawati - Ex-Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh(four times) and BSP supremo A K Sikri Judge Supreme Court of India Archana Shanker - Senior Partner and Head of Patents, Anand and Anand Ashwani Kumar - Former Minister of Law[23] Bishwajit Bhattacharyya - Former Additional Solicitor General of India. Dhananjaya Y. Chandrachud - Bombay High Court Judge and then appointed Chief Justice of Allahabad High court in October,2013. Dr. Rajni Abbi[24] - Mayor, Municipal Corporation Delhi Meira Kumar, Former Speaker, Lok Sabha(Parliament of India) Gopal Subramaniam Former Solicitor General of India Kiran Bedi - Former Director General at the Bureau of Police Research and Development. Meira Kumar - Speaker of Lok Sabha. Archana Shanker - Senior Partner - Anand and Anand. Pankaj Vasani - Head of Taxation - Vodafone India Services Pvt.Ltd.. O.P. Verma - Former Chief Justice of Kerala High Court. Parag Tripathi - Former Additional Solicitor General of India. Pinaki Misra - Member of Parliament from Lok Sabha. Rao Inderjit Singh - Member of Parliament from Gurgaon. Ratan K Singh - Advocate and Arbitrator. Rekha Sharma - Delhi High Court Judge. Rohinton Nariman- Judge, Supreme Court of India; Former Solicitor General of India Siddharth Luthra - Additional Solicitor General of India. Y.K. Sabharwal - 36th Chief Justice of India. Mohan Parsaran- Solicitor General of India Kiren Rijiju - MP, Union minister [25] A long list which is much more stronger than any other law school including NLSIU. Institute takes admission of 2300 students each year (around 700 in CLC). Placements and job Prospects: from the prospect of jab as well law faculty of Delhi university is rated as 3rd best law school in certain magazines. Talking about Campus law centre out 700 students in first year , only 300-350 students remain in college till third year as many of them leave the college because of selection in UPSC, SSC , Banking and other competitive exams. Out of those half of them apply for placement and 70-80% get placed on campus recruitment. Remaining half apply for higher studies and other jobs and exams. here is a comparison of average salary from other law schools by business standards magazine. http://www.business-standard.com/article/management/campus-beat-legal-eagles-in-demand-112030100003_1.html Environment and life at law faculty: It is just like another Delhi University college but focused more on politics as college is heart of Delhi University's student Union. Seniors are more friendly than expected. There isn't any scope of ragging at all which is quite prevalent in other law schools. It good to spend three years of life in law Faculty. Advantages: Good environment and campus life Exposure Brand Value Strong Alumni base Job Prospects Strong Student Union ( leadership , opportunity , work) People of different ages and areas Disadvantage: No. of Students admitted per year is 2300 which is too much to maintain quality at all centres. Lack of Infrastructure Overall Its one of the best thing that happened to legal Education in India. I Must Recommend this Institute.
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Posted on 28 Oct' 15 by Manwendra gautam
Batch of 2011 | LLB
Faculty of law, University of Delhi is one of the leading colleges that provides three year LL.B course after graduation. Reputation is good though Infrastructure and placement are poor. course Fee is quite less regarding other colleges( Around Rs.5000 for a semester ). The College has big names attached to it when it comes to faculty, but most of the classes are taken by young Adhoc.
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One of the oldest and best law college of the nation

Posted on 15 Oct' 15 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2018 | LLB
This institute was establishes in 1924. We have a very strong and imminent alumni like Arun Jaitley, Kapil Sibbal, Mayawati, Meera Kumari, Kiran Bedi and many many more. If has a very strong network with various law firms, advocates, senior advocates judges and politicians. We also have an Excellent faculty with a combination of senior and junior professors. Quality of education is simply class apart and proves this college to be one of the topmost colleges of this country.
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