Amity Law School (ALS) is one of the best law schools in India. This premier educational institute is a part of Amity University and it is affiliated to IP University. It has been ranked as one of the Top-10 law schools in the country according to latest survey conducted by India Today. Amity Law School has the unique distinction of being the first Law School in Delhi to come up with an integrated LL.B (H) programme.
Amity Law School was established in year 1999 by Ritnand Balved Education Foundation (RBEF) with an aim to promote world-class legal education in the country. ALS emphasizes the role of practical application in its teaching and learning process. The course has been approved by the Bar Council of India. The methods of teaching in the Law School include case law analysis, project assignment, moot court training, lecture discussions and placement programmes. Students of Amity Law School are placed in reputed law firms, both in India and abroad. The library has over 15000 volumes and subscribes to more than 30 law journals and magazines.
The Faculty of Law at Jamia Millia Islamia was introduced in year 1989. It is the youngest faculty of Jamia Milia Islamia and over the last decade it has managed to earn a good name and has made a significant progress towards becoming a notable center for legal learning in the capital. It has been ranked 24th amongst the Top-25 law schools in the country by the latest survey conducted by India Today.
The intake of students has been deliberately kept low by the faculty to give individual attention and to maintain standards of discipline and legal education. In addition to the LL.B. Three Year Course, the Faculty is also running an LL.M. Course with 3 streams, namely, Personal Laws, Corporate Laws and Criminal Laws. The Faculty of Law, Jamia Milia Islama is steering to expand its horizon further towards excellence in legal education.
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.