About VIT Law School, Chennai
VIT School of Law (VITSOL) is the constituent of VIT University. The school was established in 2014. VITSOL offers undergraduate courses in B.A., LL.B (Hon’s) (Five-year Integrated Programmes) and B.B.A LL.B (Hon’s) (Five Year Integrated Programme). The school also offers LL.M in three branches of law - International Law and Development, Corporate Laws and Intellectual Property Laws. The school also offers a PhD in law.
Location: VIT Law School, Chennai is situated at Vandalur-Kelambakkam Road, Rajan Nagar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu. The nearest railway junction in Tambaram, which is about 18 km from the VIT Law School. Chennai International Airport is about 26 km away and the nearest bus depot is Guduvancheri 15 km from the school.
Accreditations and Collaborations:
VIT Law School, Chennai accredited by the NAAC.
VIT Law Review: This is a biannual academic Law Journal published by the VIT School of Law. The journal publishes leading research articles, notes and comments written by legal experts from across the world. The journal is a research arm for practitioners, academicians and the intellectual community.
Clubs and Societies:
VITAlex Debate Society: The objective of the Debate Society is to inculcate the debate practice in students. It regularly organises debate to make students familiar with the various techniques of the debate.
VITSOL Moot Court Society: The society assists students in working as a real court. They learn how to prepare for the cases, do arguments and bring out the truth.
Courses & Fees
The VIT School of Law (VITSOL) offers undergraduate courses in B.A., LL.B (Hon’s) (Five-year Integrated Programmes) and B.B.A LL.B (Hon’s) (Five-Year Integrated Programme). The school also offers LL.M in three branches of law - International Law and Development, Corporate Laws and Intellectual Property Laws. The school also offers a PhD in law. The admission process of these courses offered by VIT School of Law is mentioned below:
The admission process of B.A., LL.B (Hon’s) (Five-year Integrated Programmes) and B.B.A LL.B (Hon’s) (Five-Year Integrated Programme):
Eligible candidates need to apply online and complete the online admission process.
Candidates also have to send the hardcopy of the application after the online completion of the application, to the relevant campus address.
Candidates will be shortlisted based on the qualifying marks.
The admission process for LLM:
Eligible candidates need to apply online and complete the online admission process.
Candidates have to appear for the All India Entrance Exam. VIT Law School considers the valid score of (DU-LLM / AILET-LLM (NLU Delhi) / PG CLAT).
Candidates, those who do not have the scorecards have to appear for the entrance exam- AILET conducted by VIT at Chennai.
Candidates meeting all the criteria will be invited for the admission at VIT Law School.
The admission process of Ph.D:
Eligible candidates need to apply online as per the Ph.D notification of the VIT University.
Candidates also need to appear for VITREE (VIT Research Entrance Examination)
Selected candidates will be called for a personal interview conducted at the campus
Final Selection will be based on the overall merit index of the candidate which includes candidate’s academic performance at Master’s level and the performance in the written test, research output and/the performance in a personal interview at VIT.
Exams and Cutoffs
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VIT Law School has the facilities of library, moot court, auditorium, canteen and hostel. The details about facilities offered by VIT School is given below:
Library: VIT Law School has a central library. It has a vast collection of volumes which support learning, teaching and research. It has the membership for E-Resources and has a subscription to National and International peer-reviewed e-Journals. It also has the facility of NPTEL (National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning).
Moot Court: College provides the mock courtroom for the students to practice the court session in a practical way.
Smart Classroom: VIT Law School provides a highly advanced classroom equipped with the latest in audiovisual technology.
Auditorium: The college is having a huge auditorium all equipped with advanced technology and equipment.
Canteen: College is having the canteen facility for students at a reasonable rate with quality of food. Canteen contains both fast food as well as regional food.
Hostel: VIT Law School has hostel facilities for both boys and girls. Hostels are equipped with all facilities like food, laundry, room cleaning services etc..
Questions related to VIT Law School, Chennai
whether VIT (Vellore campus) have law school or only chennai campus ?
VIT Vellore offers law at VIT Law School , Chennai which has its private ownership and offers a 5 years course of law. Chennai campus offers only the law course of 5 years duration. There is no law course at the Vellore campus but they offer law at the Chennai campus. Here is the link you can visit and can get more clear about the eligibility and the campus as well.
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is any entrance exam to join the college, what is the minimum or the cutoff more need to join the college, what is the annual fee of the college.
Yes there are entrance exams like CLAT and LSAT which are going to be held in MAY,June and in VIT law college is accepting admissions through them as there are only 180 seats for BBA and cutoff is General category candidates need minimum 45% marks in the qualifying exam, while SC and ST candidates need only 40% marks. The fees structure is 8.05 lakhs for 5 years.
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The college has a boy’s hostel facility which provides good hostel accommodation for the students.
The college has a girl's hostel facility which provides good hostel accommodation for the students.
The college has a health center with a first aid facility for the students.
The college has Gym facility for the students.
The fully air-conditioned library functions on all 365 days of the year. More than 20,000 books and 400+ journals are available. The library has Law Reports with back volumes of 10 years.Institute also have the Law Library and it has Space of 105 students at a time and the Library houses 1854 Books in Law, 975 Reference Books and 3680 Books in non-Law subjects. It also shelves law reports with the back volumes of 10 years.
The college has the sports facilities for all students.
The modernized computer lab helps groom the students into tech-savvy professionals.
A Fully equipped and well-furnished Seminar Hall is available for conducting of seminars and conferences (that are imperative for progressive learning.
The college has a transport facility for students and staff.
The college has good networking for the alumni association.
The Law School has 2 tutorial rooms that have all amenities including wi-fi connectivity.
The moot court is equipped with state- of -art facilities to encourage mooting activities of the
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