Nowshera , Srinagar Kashmir (J&K)

Kashmir Law College was found in the year 2005 and is one of the foremost centres of learning in the J&K State. It has maintained a steady progress in terms of academic growth and expansion.

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From the Chairman's Desk


Realizing the growing need for competent lawyers, the Kashmir Law College started LL.B three year and five year BA.LL.B integrated programmes in 2005 and 2007, respectively. The programmes have been designed to impart Legal Education and Training in modern Legal Professional Techniques to develop right competence, skill & attitude in budding lawyers. The stringent admission process ensures selection of appropriately qualified, motivated and meritorious students. The college is one of the premier Colleges of the State engaged in imparting quality legal education. The college endeavours to fulfill the growing need for world class lawyers. The legal education offered at the college sharpens critical intellectual faculty & personal growth by imparting practical knowledge & fosteing sound judgment. The college focuses on building right capabilities and values in our students and enables them to contribute and be creative.

The student graduating from the college will prove a valuable asset to the legal profession he/she joins.

I look forward to welcoming you at our college

 Message from Principal


In the changing globalised market economy education is being internationalized and the concept of territorial boundaries is breaking down. Information Technology  is  contributing  to  this  change  and  will  have  a  major impact on the whole educational system.

The Indian Legal Profession will be required to introduce a sea-change in legal education in order to compete with the knowledge and skills of the foreign lawyers for its own survival. The legal profession of today requires lawyers to represent clients not only within but also outside its national frontiers. The Working Group of National Knowledge Commission is also of the same opinion that the aim of legal education should be to create lawyers who are comfortable and skilled in dealing with the differing legal systems and cultures that make up our global community while remaining strong in one’s own national legal system.

Kashmir Law College is fully equipped with adequate facilities including competent and experienced faculty, well equipped library, computer labs and other learning infrastructure for conducting LL.B and BA. LL.B integrated programmes reflected in this prospectus effectively.

I look forward to welcome you at the Kashmir Law College, Nowshera, Srinagar.