Law School Review:

Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi

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Name of the Student *

Anonymous

Name of the College *

Campus Law Centre. University of Delhi

Location of Law School ( City/Place) *

New Delhi

Website of the Law School *

www.clcdu.ac.in

About Infrastructure of Your College *

The college has been allotted a new building with world class infrastructure including a big, spacious Moot Court hall, classes have nice furniture, Library has stacks of greats books and a computer lab with access to legal research tools like Manupatra and SCC online.
Faculty and Academics *
College run from 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Some of the teachers are legendary, they are those who wrote books on Laws for students which are followed in most law schools across the country. Marking is very strict. Case method of teaching laws is unique and interesting and makes us understand complex provisions in a comprehensive and easy manner.

Fees and Administration *

5,000/- p.a. and the Administration is pathetic. Admin is just like any other Govt department where you need to sit on the head of people to get things done.

Student Activities/College Life *

The annual cultural fests of DU are one of the best throughout the country.
Moot Court culture is not very developed with K.K. Luthra Memorial Moot happening once a year makes it more of an event, rather than a practise.
Sports fests are brilliants and are arranged in a world class University stadium.

Surrounding Area of the Law school *

North Campus, which has 10-11 other DU post grad and under grad colleges. You roam around 30,000 more students like you and it is heaven for a student in his early 20s to study and stay in North Campus.

Internship *

Alumni network is the strongest after GLC, Mumbai with most of the Delhi HC Judges and some SC Judges being from CLC. Finance Minister of India if from CLC. Founders of top Law Firms are from CLC and District Court Judges are from CLC too. Basically, students from CLC are found in almost every nook and corner of anything which is associated with Law.

Placements *

The college tries hard to get placements every year with bad faring with the Law Firms. However, CLC has been favorite for MNCs like Hero Motocorp, Wipro, Punj Lloyd and PSUs like MMTC Ltd., STC etc.

What are the best things about your law school? *

The atmosphere and alumni network.

What are the worst things about your law school? *

No efforts from the college would be there to guide you for anything unless you take an initiative on your own.
Other things?
Consider CLC for the low fees and great opportunity to make contacts. But if you cannot take initiative, don’t expect that anybody here will spoon feed you.
 Review Title *
CLC- taste the real world in college.

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