Faculty of Law, University of Delhi
University of Delhi,
The Faculty of Law of the University of Delhi was established in 1924. Faculty of Law, Delhi University is the largest law school in India and one of the largest law schools in Asia. It attracts students not only from India but also from more than 20 countries of the world. It is ranked 4th amongst the Top-25 law schools in the country according to latest survey conducted by India Today. The Faculty of Law has three law centres namely, Campus Law Centre, Law Centre-I and Law Centre-II.
Faculty of Law, DU has been successfully running a Legal Services Programme with an aim to impart clinical legal education and to provide social service opportunities. As per rules and procedure, hostel facilities is available only to Campus Law Centre and LL.M. 2 year course students. The library houses a rich collection of books, journals and periodicals. The Campus Law Centre has been publishing a journal titled ‘Delhi Law Review’ since 1972.
- Doctor of Civil Laws (D.C.L.) – Two years course
- LL.B. – Three year (Six-terms) full-time course
- LL.M. – Two-year (Four Terms) course, Three year (Six Terms) course
- Master of Comparative Law (M.C.L.) – Two years course
- Ph.D. in Law – Minimum 2 years maximum 5 years
Admissions in Faculty of Law, Delhi University are made through a Common Entrance Test for all the three Law Centres i.e. Campus Law Centre, Law Centre-I & Law Centre-II. Candidates having Graduate/Postgraduate Degree with at least 50% marks from the University of Delhi or any other Indian or Foreign University equivalent to Delhi University are eligible for the admission.