One of the top education and career guidance magazine ‘Higher Education Review’ has recognized LPU School of Law amongst the top-ten most promising institutions of India for its capability of producing next-gen legal professionals. The magazine has come forward with this coveted ranking in its latest July 2017 edition, ‘Law Colleges Special’. This issue guides students aspiring for a legal career to get into the top law school in the country. Such rankings drive out competitive dynamics which are sure to help students in opting for the best institution.

The curriculum at LPU School of Law stands benchmarked against global law schools, with a focus on industry exposure and practical learning. Here, legal-learning comes from open house discussion; moot courts; regular instructions from eminent jurists; field visits to courts, NGOs, legal cells, and allied institutions.

The Editor-in-Chief of the magazine, Mr. Sarath Shyam holds,

“Over the past few years, almost everything about the legal profession has changed. The need of the hour is a transformation in the process of educating young lawyers as per the modern demands of the legal sector. For this, our expert panel, consisting of top HR managers and educationalists, has identified ‘Most Promising Law Colleges in India’. The top institutes have been selected based on how well they prepare students for the industry, educational collaborations, placements, research, and the quality of performance they deliver. This way we have a better understanding of the best institutions that have been providing outstanding services to the larger community of law education aspirants in India. These are the institutions with the capability of producing next-gen legal professionals.”

Congratulating all at the helm of the School of Law, Chancellor, Mr. Ashok Mittal shares,

“It is indeed a matter of pride for all of us at the university that the LPU School of Law has been declared as one of the top law institutes in India. It capitalizes on the industry & academic experience of its faculty to prepare students to work effectively in a modern complex and a challenging legal environment. Devoted faculty-members recognize the latent power of each individual and hone them to the fullest.”

In the light of current socio-economic scenario, career options in Law have also increased. Moving away from the traditional practice in the courts, there are hundreds of options that have cropped up quite recently. This includes corporate counseling at the corporate firms, civil and judicial services to serve the government, paralegal services, legal analyst, document drafting lawyer, and more of such sorts.