Well–equipped and designed MOOT COURT for giving real picture of Law Courts to the Students, to build their confidence, advocacy skills and to make them understand the taste of legal profession is available.

The Programme seeks to promote multi disciplinary analysis of the Socio-Legal problems by designing its course structure and teaching methods to realize these objectives. The methods of teaching in the Law College include class lecture, discussions, case law, moot court training, project assignments and free legal aid camps. Debates on legal issues are regularly organized in the college so as to encourage the students to develop their practical knowledge and acquire practical training in the field of law. Tutorials, Seminars, group Discussions and Legal Workshops are also held to enhance the legal knowledge. Visit to the Supreme Court of India, High Courts, District Courts etc. and guest lectures by Judges and other legal luminaries are also organized.

The Prospects for Law Graduates are very bright for becoming Judges, Advocates, Administrators, Industrialists, Law Makers and Jurists. They are free to practice in Civil Law, Criminal Law, Tax Law, Labour Law, Corporate Law, Intellectual Property Law, Cyber Law, Consumer Protection Law, Private and Public Intellectual Law, Environmental Law, Medico Legal Science, Transportation Law, Business Laws etc. The Graduates are in great demand in various Government Departments, Public & private Enterprises, Multinational Corporations and LPO�s etc. © Copyright Royal College of Law Privacy Policy | Legal Disclaimer Designed by AdMedia Technologies Pvt Ltd.