Some of the Top Law schools in India Include:
National Law School of India University (NLSIU)
Courses: NLSIU was the first institute in India to offer a five-year intensive program in legal studies. It provides only 80 seats in undergraduate program and 40 in master in law. NLSIU offers 5 years integrated B.A LL.B at the undergraduate level; one-year full-time LL.M at postgraduate level; M. Phil; PhD (research degree) and various part-time distance learning programs.
National Law University, Delhi
Courses: This prestigious college offers five year BA LL.B at the undergraduate level. Due to limited seats and intense competition, the admissions are by the All India Law Entrance Test. Graduate students can also pursue LL.M (one year program) through written entrance examination followed by a personal interview. NLUD offers postgraduate diploma programs in many fields such as Urban Environmental Management, Judging and Court Management.
Symbiosis International University
Courses: At the undergraduate level, symbiosis offers B.A LLB and B.B.A LLB. The latter programme encompasses legal knowledge with the fundamentals of business and economics.
L.L.M is at the postgraduate level with five subject specialization in law. It additionally offers nine Certificate Programs, PhD programme and fifteen part-time Diploma programs in law.
O.P. Jindal Law School
Courses: Situated in Sonepat, Haryana, O.P. Jindal Law School ranks among the top 5 private law colleges. It offers a 5-year course in B.A L.L.B (Hons) and B.B.A L.L.B (Hons). At the graduate level, it provides 3-year B.A L.L.B. The institution also offers a PhD program in law.
Amity Law School
Courses: Amity Law School is one of the Top law colleges (private) in India since 2006.
It offers a diversity of programs which are as follows:
5-year B.A LL.B; B.Com LL.B; B.B.A LL.B; LL.M program in Tax Law, Corporate Banking and Insurance Law, Media and Entertainment Law, Medical and Health Law, International Trade and Economic Law, International Environmental Law; M. Phil in law; PhD in law (part-time).