Message from The Principal

The Canadian committee on Legal Research reported that “A law school is not only a teaching institution. It is, or should be, a research center of its own. It should possess a corps of advanced students-Professors-who themselves are engaged in personal research, and from whom will come a stream of books, articles and studies to enrich our legal literature.”

Legal education should aim to prepare legal professionals who will play a decisive leadership role in meeting the challenges of ensuring that common people of India shall be able to enjoy the Constitutional and legislative rights to the fullest end.

The nature and organization of law and legal practice have been undergoing a paradigm shift in the globalization era. Therefore, Legal education should also prepare lawyers to meet the new challenges of working in a globalized knowledge economy.

Original and path breaking legal research is needed to create new legal knowledge and legal ideas that will help us to meet these challenges in a manner responsive to the needs of the country and the ideals and goals of our Constitution.

We, at Kristu Jayanti College of Law, strive to produce leaders in the legal profession including judiciary, legal academics, the Corporate and NGOs. The College of Law provides action-based legal learning in a disciplined environment conducive and apt for learning the law. The College is committed to an approach of Legal Education that goes beyond studying Statute Books and the Case Laws. We strive to produce leaders in the legal profession including judiciary, legal academics, the Corporate and NGOs. The College of Law provides action-based legal learning in a disciplined environment conducive and apt for learning the law. The College is committed to an approach of Legal Education that goes beyond studying Statutes, Books and the Case Laws.

Prof. Dr. Mohan R Bolla
Principal

Alumni Interaction Series Mr. Krishna Keerthan S, Advocate, High Court of Karnataka, Alumni Batch of 2017 will deliver the talk on Law School 101: How to Ace Your Law School Journey on 29th November 2023. | For the II, III, IV and V Year LLB programmes: Students are reminded to pay the academic fee for the academic year 2023-24 on or before without a late fee (5 Nov 2023), with a late fee of Rs.200/- (15 Nov 2023) and with a late fee of Rs. 500/- (23 Nov 2023) Payment Mode: Online Students can log in to ERP Solutions (TCS ion self-service portal) to proceed with payment of the fee (https://www.tcsion.com/SelfServices/). Note: If the fee payment is not updated on ERP Solutions (TCSion) after remittance, students should report to Counter No. 4 (Office, Admin Block, Ground Floor) the following day of the transaction to verify the transaction status with valid fee transfer acknowledgments. | |

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