CMR Law School, Bangalore
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CMR Group of Institutions is a tribute to Sri Chikka Muniappa Reddy, a Visionary with a practical mission. Sri Reddy’s Commitment to the society will only find a rare parallel. He believed that education is a catalyst to the growth and development of any society; and the quality education must be an integral to everybody. It is this vision that led to the birth of CMR Jnanadhara Trust and through it a number of institutions ranging from montessori to post graduate courses, engineering, education, law and paramedical courses.
Vision without an action is just a dream. Action without vision is just an activity. Action and Vision together can change the world.
We dedicate ourselves to impart outstanding quality education and research services. Our organisation strives to provide innovative training techniques, competent faculty and consultancy. CMR Jnanadhara Trust has been spear heading in various fields with the belief that professional excellence need not necessarily be inborn, but can be developed through well conceived and nurtured environment and, therefore, one can add value to any organisation
CMR Law School (CMRLS) an integral part of the CMR Jnanadhara Trust was established in the year 2003, inagurated by the then Governor of Karnataka Shri T. N. Chaturvedi. Striving to attract and facilitate the foray of enterprising, smart, and intelligent young individuals, into the legal profession, is a conscious effort and a focal point at CMRLS . The Law School seeks to emphasize on the integration of enterprising initiatives and creative programs in the curricular activity, transcending conventional academic orientation so as to inculcate within each of its student, a vibrant and more real outlook towards life and career.
The sprawling campus incorporating the latest in technology and infrastructure is located in the peaceful residential locality of OMBR Layout, not far from Kammanahalli, a favourite shopping destination for people of neighboring localities.
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Dr Pratima Prabhakar - Principal
Prof. V. J. Praneshwaran - Vice Principal
Prof. Gayathri N M - Asst. Professor
Prof. Sreenidhi K R - Asst. Professor
Prof. Chanjana Elsa Phillip - Asst. Professor
Prof Tabassum Sultana - Asst. Professor
Prof. R. Valarmathi - Professor
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