Established in the year 1970, Law Centre-I is a premier unit under the aegis of the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi(Top Law College In India).
Law Centre-I is presently working from 2:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Law centre-I, like the other Law Centres, conducts ‘full time’ LL.B Programme (3 years or 6 semesters) only(Best Law college in India).
Classes are held for six days a week. Every year 1002 students are admitted to first year LL.B. Course in Law Centre-1 selected on the basis of the Common Entrance Test conducted by the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. For details, you may see the latest prospectus(Law colleges in Delhi) .
Though all the three Centres are a part of the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, each has its separate teaching and non-teaching staff headed by a Professor-In-Charge (PIC). Consequently, the three centres have different teaching faculty, administrative office, infrastructure (library, washrooms etc), etc(Top LLB Colleges).
Courses offered at Campus Law Centre:(List of Law College )
3 Year LL.B. Program and Environment at LC-I:
Law Centre-I conducts ‘full time’ LL.B Programme (3 years or 6 semesters) only.(Law colleges in Delhi)
The 3-Year LL.B at LC-I is the most sought after because of comfortable timings amongst other things.The faculty members are drawn with diversified knowledge and experience. Professors from other Universities including foreign Universities visit on various fellowship programs and conduct research in this institution.
To ensure that teaching law is not reduced to a bland routine, and is alive, contemporary and socially relevant, we concentrate on newer remunerative branches such as IPRs, Competition Law, Information Technology and the like, in addition to the foundational courses/subjects.
The teachers at LC-I have a longstanding tradition of contributing prestigious books and literature in their fields of specialization which elevates the stature of the Centre as a tall academic leader contributing to the spread of legal knowledge throughout the country by training the trainers.
We believe that learning does not end in the class rooms; windows have to be kept wide open to invite different perspectives and expertise from diverse sources and practitioners. National and International Seminars, Conferences and Workshops are organized regularly to share and deliberate upon legal issues and new ideas.
Moot Court competitions, debates, group discussions, client counseling competitions are regular features in the Centre.
Our aim after all is to equip students to Educate, Evolve and Excel to outshine competition in all aspects of life.