|Status Of College:||Bar Council Approved|
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The Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia was established in 1989. Being the youngest of the Faculties of Jamia, over the last decade it has passed through various stages of development while having made significant progress towards becoming a notable center for legal learning in the capital.At the initial stages, a threeyear LL.B. Course was introduced with an annual intake of 45 students, with a bare minimum of infrastructural facilities and a skeleton staff. The faculty has over the years grown into a fullfledged Faculty. The intake of students, presently 50, has been deliberately kept low, so as to give individual attention to each student and to maintain better standards of discipline and legal education.In its teaching methods, the Faculty of Law has adopted several innovative techniques including Lectures and Seminars with the help of the Overhead Projector, CaseStudy methods, presentation of assignments and Moot Courts & with emphasis on Clinical Legal Education.In addition to the LL.B. Three Year Course, the Faculty is also running an LL.M. Four Semester Course presently in three streams, i.e., Personal Laws, Corporate Laws and Criminal Laws and a Ph.D. programme.Besides the academic activities, the Faculty is aiming at an overall development of the personality of the students by giving adequate attention to cocurricular and extracurricular activities through the Jamia Law Students Association with particular emphasis on Moot Courts, Debates and Extension Lectures involving crucial and controversial legal issues.With the growth of new vistas in Law and to respond to the challenges of law and technology and other political, economic and societal needs visāvis law, the Faculty is steering to expand its horizon further towards excellence in legal education.