Law Colleges in Mumbai


Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra, is called the Western Gateway of India and has some good colleges to study law. Over the past few years, law has come out of a reserved vessel and is now expanded widely. In today’s modern civilization, there are lots of specifications in the field of law like Civil Law, Criminal Law, Business Law, Forensic Law, Taxation law, Labor Law, Trademark and copyright Law, etc. To become a good lawyer there are certain criteria that a person should have like a lawyer should always be judgementive, rational, argumentive, confident, and should know how to tackle different types of situations.

List of Top Colleges

University Of Bombay, Faculty of Law, M G Road

Mahatma Gandhi Education Society Pillais Law College, Mumbai

Government Law College, Mumbai

Rajarshi Shahu College of Law, Mumbai

Lala Lajpat Rai College of Law, Mumbai

Extended List of Colleges

Mahatma Gandhi Missions College of Law, Mumbai

Rizvi Law College, Mumbai

Padmashree Dr DY Patil College of Law, Mumbai

Nalanda Law College, Mumbai

Jitendra Chauhan College of Law, Mumbai

Dr Ambedkar College of Law, Mumbai

Gopaldas Jhamatmal Advani Law College, Mumbai

KC Law College, Mumbai

Siddharth College of Law, Mumbai

New Law College, Mumbai

Kishanchand Chellaram Law College, Mumbai

University Of Bombay, Faculty of Law, M G Road

Mahatma Gandhi Education Society Pillais Law College, Mumbai

Government Law College, Mumbai

Rajarshi Shahu College of Law, Mumbai

Lala Lajpat Rai College of Law, Mumbai

Popular Cities: Mumbai

All the basic facilities are available in these colleges. Hostel accommodation both for girls and boys is provided by the college. Lodges, Paying Guest lodging, etc. are also available. Apart from facilities, these colleges are best famous for their course and curriculum. Here the students are not made encyclopedias. Rather, they are practically shown what they are theoretically taught. The future lawyers are made to handle the present day cases so that they are updated with what is going around them. Along with it, some private as well as government colleges held special soft skill classes to groom the students not only physically but also psychologically.



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23 Responses to “Law Colleges in Mumbai”

  1. 23
    vikas wahane:

    Now i will get admissions in law college on the basis of 12th what is percent require

  2. 22
    Jai k. Shingre:

    I have passed commerece graduation with 78%. So please suggeset me the best law colleges in Mumbai and Navi Mumbai..

  3. 21
    Bharat H. Merchant:

    Which r the colleges in Mumbai for getting admission in law college after graduation for the year 2013 or through govt forms

  4. 20
    Bharat H. Merchant:

    Where admissions are available for law college after gradution for the year 2013 or through Govt forms. Please send me the details.

  5. 19
    Dinesh D Dey:

    About the entrance exam held in Mumbai colleges for LLB(5years)

  6. 18

    Can i get Admitn at any Govt. LAW Colleg afilated to Bomby Univesty. From Himachl Pardesh School Education Board i have scored 64.8% in +2 (Non- med). Plz Reply me .

  7. 17

    need any law college near Kandivli or some where near to kandivli

  8. 16

    I had completed my Ty.bsc. in 1996 and currently i am working with IT company, i am interested in pursuing Law degree, for doing so what i need to do, please explain

  9. 15

    Are the admission forms for 1st year LLB 3years still available.?

  10. 14

    i have given t.y.b.a exam this year i want to take admission in l.L.b in mumbai

  11. 13
    Noorulhaq Fazly:

    Dear Sir/Madam
    I am searching for a short course or study tour on Public Legal Awareness (PLA) for the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) in Afghanistan.
    The idea is to furnish members of the MoJ with some practical training and experience of best practice and lessons learnt to assist them in implementing Public Legal Awareness in Afghanistan.
    The course/tour would be financed by the International Development and Law Organization (IDLO) and we would also provide interpreters.
    We would be looking for a course of no more than two weeks duration and the numbers would be 10 staff members from MoJ accompanied by two staff members from IDLO one being an interpreter.
    If you have such a course or could recommend where to find such a course I would be most grateful.
    Noorulhaq Fazly
    Legal researcher

  12. 12
    Sujeet Biradar:

    I secured 51% in B.A (2011) from YCMOU whether I am eligible for LLB 3 yrs, pl guide me

  13. 11

    I secured 42% in T Y B Com (1985) from Mumbai University whether I am eligible for LLB 3 yrs, pl quide me, to whom shall I meet in mumbai ,thanks

  14. 10
    [email protected]:

    Sir,i have passed +2 (55%) with science group . I want admission Govt law college mumabi 2011-12. Plz give mi admission procdure form date and counslling date

  15. 9
    Sajid sayad:

    Fees for 5years L.L.B about me

  16. 8
    shyam tribhuvane:

    5yr low cource stdents are eligible for MPSC examination or not ?

  17. 7

    I have secured 46% in B.A. am i eligible to get admission form LL.B. Course?

  18. 6

    my question is i have done but my percentage under 40 shall i get admission in dgree law college

  19. 5
    priya shetty:

    i am repeter in TY meBcom , can i do the LLB pls sugest

  20. 4

    admission in law 5years course

  21. 3

    i want to give admssion after 12 th science.please tell me that how got admission ,anyone entrance examination for law degree after 12 th science.

  22. 2

    will it be possible to foreward your addmission application my email? I am a Nigerian is seeking for addmission. Thank you

  23. 1
    Krishna Gopal Sarkar:

    I passed B.A examination from kalyani University, West Bengal, India,in 1995. I am now 38 years old.
    Can I take L.L.B. degree from distance or regular basic?