St. Joseph’s College of Law
St. Joseph’s College of Law is approved by the Bar Council of India, New Delhi and affiliated to Karnataka State Law University. St .Joseph’s College has forayed into the area of imparting legal education in the academic year 2017-2018. It is the first Jesuit Law College in South Asia. The Jesuits also run other institutions in India, like Loyola College, Chennai, St. Xavier’s College, Calcutta etc. The Institution is driven by the ideology of faith and labor that is reasonated in the motto of the College. The members of the Bangalore Jesuit Society started the Institution as they strongly felt that imparting legal education is neccessary as it equips a citizen with skills, competencies, basic philosophies, ideologies, critiques, and all addressed to the creation and maintenance of a just society.
At St .Joseph’s College of Law we are driven with the vision to produce competent, ethically sound lawyers who are always committed to the cause of transforming the society.
Courses Offered :
The college offers two courses of Karnataka State Law University.
B.A, LL.B (5 YEARS INTEGRATED COURSE)
LL.B (3 YEARS COURSE)
B.Com LL.B (5 YEARS INTEGRATED DEGREE COURSE)
BBA LL.B (5 YEARS INTEGRATED DEGREE COURSE)
Admission to first year of the LL.B course, in all colleges under the jurisdiction of Karnataka State Law University, is strictly based on merit, based on the marks secured by the candidate in the qualifying examination. To be eligible for admission in LL.B, Candidate should have:
Have graduated in any discipline of knowledge from a University established by an Act of Parliament or by a State Legislature or an equivalent institution recognized as a Deemed to be University by an authority competent to declare equivalence, may apply for three year degree course in law leading to the conferment of LL.B. degree on successful completion of the regular programme.
Have secured marks, not below 45% of total marks in qualifying examination, in case of general category applicants, 42% for OBC Category and 40% of total marks in case of SC and ST applicants.