Quick Facts

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BCI
Seats
240

Course Details

  • Mode: Full time
  • Duration: 3 Years
  • Offered by: University of Mumbai, Mumbai

Bachelor of Legislative Law (LLB) is a three-year full-time program in Law offered by the University of Mumbai, Mumbai with the approval of the Bar Council of India (BCI).

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Admission Process

All admissions are according to the merit list and schedule as per the MH-CET website

Eligibility Criteria

A candidate passing the MH-CET examination and the Graduation Examination of the Mumbai University, in any faculty with minimum 45% marks or a corresponding degree examination of any other University recognized as equivalent thereto by Mumbai University with the minimum prescribed marks is eligible for admission to the First Year LL.B.

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Best decision ever

Posted on 07 Sep' 19 by Kshitij Wadhwani
Batch of Jan. 1, 2020 | LLB
The college is one of the very well known and reputed college in Mumbai , has amazing teaching faculty with the best alumini network which helped me to learn , grow and develop Overall in Legal feild . The college life is also vibrant and active , and it also has a lot of cool cafe nearby to hang out as well.
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Good for law

Posted on 05 Sep' 19 by Anonymous
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Batch of Jan. 1, 2019 | LLB
Very best college in Mumbai for law, with good faculty, supportive office staff, good infrastructure, fully secured and hygiene environment. College also have placement cell and committees to help the students and arranges moot competition and allows students to take part in moot competition of other colleges.
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Great college, Good teachers

Posted on 11 Sep' 16 by raj udasi
Batch of Jan. 1, 2017 | LLB
The office staff is helpful , vice principal guides every student , they don't have enough classrooms but they make sure that every division gets a classroom , they provide internships to students who need them , there is a placement cell , they take students to visits every year and students get opportunity to participate in intercollegiate events
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Decent. Better than most other MU colleges.

Posted on 06 Sep' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of Jan. 1, 2018 | LLB
There's no such thing as college life on Mumbai University colleges. More like distance education. Crowd and location are the best factors. No practical exposure about the industry but that's true for even the so-called best colleges out there. Overall quality is nowhere near the University's abroad where there's practical exposure. Outdated syllabus and teaching methods are the order of the day. Disappointed with the whole Mumbai University system and not the college. I reiterate it's better than most Mumbai University colleges.
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Need to Upgrade

Posted on 31 Aug' 16 by Mihir Nakrani
Batch of Jan. 1, 2018 | LLB
Completing my graduation in 2006, I had an urge to go in for a law. I wasn't going to score 75+ in my bcom, so getting into GLC(Government Law College-premier law college in Mumbai) was out of question. Naturally , my hopes rested on KC Law. I had a special liking for this one coz it was in the same campus as my beloved HR college. So I would be completely at easy, the atmosphere, the surroundings, the crowd. Got into KC Law in end of june. THE COLLEGE Campus : Falls in the same campus at Churchgate. HR, KC and KC Law share the same campus. The college is a part of Hyderabad(Sind) National Collegiate Board's chain of colleges in Mumbai and is a Sindhi minority institution. FIRST IMPRESSIONS Law colleges are stereotyped. They are dull, boring and unattractive. Nerdy crowds in formals attend law colleges. They don't fall in the same genre as the cool, hip undergrad colleges. HR and KC Law share the same building on all floors and have just an open door in the corridor to separate them. So being in HR, the 'other' side was seriously low types. Destiny had planned for me to be in KC Law ( hmm .. ho) and here I was, a proud student of KC Law. COLLEGE ADMISSION College admission is on the merit of course. This year, it closed at 60% for open category
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