Alliance School of Law Bangalore is a part of Alliance University & is approved by the Bar Council of India (Delhi). The Alliance School of Law offers 2 flavors of 5 year integrated undergraduate courses in law; B.A. LL. B. (Hons.) and Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Law Honors—B.B.A LL. B. (Hons.), both programs have been designed give students a head start in executing various roles & responsibilities in legal services organizations successfully. At the Master’s level, Alliance School of Law, Bangalore also offers a full-time, 1 year master of Law (LL.M) degree with specializations in Constitutional & Administrative law & Corporate & Commercial Law to help students develop strong research exposure in law & legal principles at Alliance School of Law.
Some of the highlights of the Alliance Law College Bangalore is the progressive, contemporary & relevant curriculum which is delivered by full time faculty & embellished by eminent jurists as well as international adjunct faculty. The pedagogy involves an innovative approach comprising a case- based, interactive teaching as well as experiential learning alongwith extensive interactions with legal luminaries. Alliance School of Law also has a Moot Court Hall to simulate court visits &visits to courts in session apart from state of the art infrastructure including a well equipped digital library & legal resources. Alliance School of Law provides Internship opportunities, also abound in reputed companies & legal firms.
Alliance School of Law, Bangalore has established an Internship & Placement (IP) Cell of the Alliance School of Law works around the clock towards establishing fruitful relationships with legal professionals from across multiple sectors. The IP Cell advises students on career options apart from providing them with challenging law internship & final placement opportunities. To enhance employability of students and bring them up to date on latest industry trends, the IP Cell also arranges for training & interactive sessions with legal luminaries.