About The College
Al Ameen College of Law
Al Ameen College of Law, Bengaluru established in the year 1991 with a motive to serve the society and educate the people in the Field of Law.
College occupied pride of place among the flagship institutions of Al-Ameen. Al-Ameen College of Law stands for a Global Leadership in Legal Education. It embodies the essence of “Rabbi Zidni Ilma” which means Oh God Give Me More Knowledge. This institute has the only purpose to provide the quality Legal Education to the aspirants of law. Further, it has networked with the government, judiciary, community, society, industry, and the profession, for mutual benefit. During its long journey, created various milestones in the teaching and learning process. The students consist of defense, Leading Advocates, and corporate personnel. Its 100% dedication towards the legal education set it apart from other law colleges in the city and the region.
Offers a 3 year L.L.B Course and 5 year B.A.+ L.L.B Course for the past 29 years. It also provides internships to students in High-courts for the purpose of enhancing their skills for the future. The College has produced many advocates, defence, and corporate lawyers. Almost 120 students graduate every year from the College and become lawyers in big law firms.
well-furnished library providing 11000 books with cases from 1952 to till date. There are computers with Internet facility in the library too helping students find more information on a particular case then and there.
A big seminar hall where the debates and all the competitions of the College take place.
Separate computer labs where students can go in free time or after College to study more.
A Court room type place where students can arrange mock hearings and get real time exposure of how the hearings work. Students gaining the confidence participate in national level moot court competitions. The College itself organises National level moot court competitions. It helps them boost confidence as they have already experienced the vibes of the place like a courtroom. It won’t feel new and different to them.
Online Attendance System
The parents get the SMS if their child has attended College or not on a daily basis. This is the first College in Karnataka where the online attendance system has started.
As the College is Co-ed, separate hostels for girls and boys are constructed in the campus.
Camps and extra-curricular activities
The College arranges legal camps, literacy camps, medical-camps for students to make them realise the importance of social servicing and the nature of ‘giving’. Activities like workshops, interactive sessions with high-court judges help them to recognise the realities of the Indian Courts much better which leads them to become more prominent lawyers in their fields in future.
- Candidates having a graduate degree from any University are eligible for a 3 year L.L.B course.
- Candidates with a 10+2+3 qualification with aggregate of 45% (40% for SC/ST) are eligible for the course.
- Graduates with a correspondence degree can also apply.
- Graduates having a single sitting bachelor degree cannot apply for L.L.B. course.
- All these rules are made by Bar Council of India (regulating authority of the legal practices in India).
- It is a 5 year degree course starting after 12th.
- Candidates qualifying 12th standard from any school recognized by state or central authorities can take admission.
- Must have an aggregate of 45% in 12th (40% for SC/ST).
How to Apply?
- Fill the application form online through their official website.
- Enter all the details.
- Submit the form.
- The college administration will contact you after that for further process.
All the original documents must be submitted at the time of admission. The documents to be submitted are:
- S.S.C Marks card
- 12th marks card.
- Transfer Certificate
- Caste Certificate (by SC/ST).
- Character Certificate (from the previous institution).
- Migration Certificate.
The College claims to send students for internships in reputed law firms. This year almost 44 students got the chance to do an internship in the High court of Karnataka. The students get to do internships with:
- Supreme court of India.
- High courts of Karnataka, Chennai and Kerala.
- Law firms in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Kerala.
- Lower Courts.
- Mediation Courts
The college offered internship opportunities to the students after every semester. Monthly stipend is provided, where last year more than 40% of the students got placements. The salary is also satisfactory. Most of the students get jobs in campus placements and few of them get jobs off campus. Students got jobs at companies like TCS, cognizant. Some of the students are doing their own practice in court.