|Status Of College:||Bar Council Approved|
|College Facilities:||Spacious and well ventilated class rooms, Audio Visual Hall, Well-Stacked library, Spacious Auditorium, Computer lab with LAN networking with internet and web-browsing facility, Indoor and outdoor sports facility, Conference Hall, Transport Facility and M|
CMR Law School (CMRLS) an integral part of the CMR Jnanadhara Trust was established in the year 2003. Striving to attract and facilitate the foray of enterprising, smart, and intelligent young individuals, into the legal profession, is a conscious effort and a focal point at CMRLS . The Law School seeks to emphasize on the integration of enterprising initiatives and creativeprograms in the curricular activity, transcending conventional academic orientation so as to inculcate within each of its student, a vibrant and more real outlook towards life and career.The campus provides students with access to hightech facilities and unique opportunities to further their own personal and professional development. Incorporating the latestin technologyandinfrastructure has been a testament to the spirit of its founder and remains the continued commitment of the Management. CMRLS constantly strives towards encouraging each individual to go beyond themselves to choose a progressive path towards knowledge, commitment and success.CMRLS attracts students from most SAARC nations, Africa and, of course, India . The Law School is presently committed to providing its students' undergraduate programs, but seeks to cater to a divergent multitude, by incorporating value added and customized academic programs of practical utility to students of integrated disciplines. The teaching staff comprises offulltimeexperiencedandskilledprofessional, and visiting faculty. The teaching staff participate and involve in the creation and development of academic initiatives that seek to keep the students abreast of current legal trends. The teaching faculty at CMRLS encourages students to appreciate analytical and logical reasoning, formulate independent and original thought, to enable them with the ability to reflect upon the place and role of law in society.