College Profile
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College Profile


About The College

Established in the year 2010 Children Welfare Centre Trust’s law college, located on Marve road, Malad west on a sprawling campus, strives to produce competent law professionals year after year. The college is affiliated to University of Mumbai and enjoys recognition by the Bar Council of India and Government of Maharashtra. We have earned a repute from our students because of our case studies based teaching methodology complemented with a substantial industry experience. Law aspirants can choose from a three years LL.B. Course, with a pre-requisite of a Bachelor’s Degree, and a five years B.L.S. /LL.B. course with a pre-requisite of an HSC certification. Law graduates of our college have excelled as advocates, lawyers, activists and other law practitioners.

Our unique teaching methodology encourages interactive learning thereby ensuring learning is fun. We lay an equal emphasis on practical learning along with a strong theoretical foundation for the students. Students gain a lot through the various workshops seminars & guest lecturers by eminent lawyers, retired judges, activists & other industry stalwarts. The teaching staff comprising of highly qualified professionals facilitate quicker and better learning for our students.

It is our opinion that the sharp minds of our hardworking students shouldn’t always be engaged in legalities, examinations, cross-examinations, arguments etc. but also in tangential development from time to time. For this very reason we encourage them to take part in the various co-curricular activities and intercollegiate competitions.

The various on and off campus co-curricular activities include:

  • Moot- Courts, Debates, Elocution competitions
  • Study Tours where the students learn and understand various relevant socio-economic-legal issues
  • Literacy camps, workshops and Legal –Aid Centres for the weaker sections of the society
  • Visits to courts help the students have a firsthand experience of the proceedings in the court
  • Inter College competitions and events organized by different educational institutions and government bodies.