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top 10 law colleges in Mumbai

Discussion in 'Top Other Colleges' started by hemant kumar, Jun 22, 2017.

  1. hemant kumar

    hemant kumar Member

    Amity University Mumbai comes in the top 10 law colleges in Mumbai that offers integrated degrees in law, having 5-year duration. The institute also organizes workshops and seminars from time to time to provide the law students with the opportunity to hear the views of distinguished people from the legal field.
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  4. priya456

    priya456 Member

    1. Government Law College - (GLC)
    2. Department of Law-University of Bombay
    3. Jitendra chauhan College of Law
    4. New Law College
    5. Gopaldas Jhamatmal Advani Law College
  5. jyoti das

    jyoti das Member


    Here is the list of top 10 Law colleges in Mumbai :
    • Government Law College
    • Amity University Mumbai
    • Jitendra Chauhan College of Law- Mumbai.
    • Rizvi Law College (RLC)
    • KC Law College- Mumbai.
    • Gopaldas Jhamatmal Advani Law College- Mumbai.
    Know details about of these colleges : Admission procedure, Placement, Courses, Fees and Hostel details

    Hope this answer will help you
    Good luck!
  6. MMDU has a good reputation and offers an array of opportunities for those who want to study law in North India. Even more, the University has a strong focus on student-centric learning. Apart from that, faculties to teach law are highly professional, educated, and having experience in various specialisms.
    Best of all, more than 85% percent of graduates from the LLB Courses at MMDU are in work within a few months of completing their course.
    The University organizes a variety of extra-curricular activities like Moot Courts, Legal Aid Clinic, Paper Presentation, Judgment Writing, Essay Writing, Client Counselling Competition, Human Rights Training Program by National Human Rights Commission, Legal Aid Camp, Regular court visits to district court and High Court, Guest lectures by judges, academicians, advocates, and more to further the law practical studies of the students.

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