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===History===
 
===History===
 
The Faculty of Law was established in 1924 and was initially housed in the Prince's Pavilion in the Old Vice regal Lodge Grounds. In 1963, the faculty moved to its present location at the Chhatra Marg, University of Delhi, Delhi.
 
The Faculty of Law was established in 1924 and was initially housed in the Prince's Pavilion in the Old Vice regal Lodge Grounds. In 1963, the faculty moved to its present location at the Chhatra Marg, University of Delhi, Delhi.
It has three Law Centres. Campus Law Centre and Law Centre-1 are located on its premises at Chhatra Marg,while Law Centre-II is located in ARSD College, Dhaula Kuan.
 
Law Centre-1 was established in 1970 and started functioning initially from DAV College. Within a couple of years it shifted to Mandir Marg where it remained till 1994 when it moved to the Faculty of Law premises.
 
Law Centre-II was established in 1972 and Campus Law Centre in 1975.
 
  
 
===Location===
 
===Location===
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===Administration===
 
===Administration===
 
Campus Law Centre
 
Professor (Dr) Usha Tandon
 
LL.M. Ph.D. (Delhi)
 
Gender Justice, Family Law, Environmental Law, Population Law
 
Email: utandon26@gmail.com
 
 
 
 
Law Centre-I
 
Law Centre-I
 
Prof. Ved Kumari
 
Prof. Ved Kumari
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Law Centre-II
 
Law Centre-II
Prof. B.T. Kaul
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Prof. Gurdip Singh
 
LL.M., Ph.D. (Delhi)
 
LL.M., Ph.D. (Delhi)
Email: btkaul@yahoo.com
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Email: gurdipsinghbahri@yahoo.com
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Campus Law Centre
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Prof. J.L. Kaul
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LL.M., Ph.D.Fellow IGIR Maastricht
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International Law, Human Rights, International Trade Law
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Email: jawahar_kaul@rediffmail.com
  
 
===Facts & Figures===
 
===Facts & Figures===
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(3) LL.M Admissions Intake ( subject to change)
 
(3) LL.M Admissions Intake ( subject to change)
(i) The intake in LL.M First year course is approximately 65 (two year course 30 and three-year course 35). Out of this, 15% and 7.5% seats are reserved for the candidates belonging to SC/ST respectively. The seats reserved for SC/ST candidates are interchangeable subject to non-availability of the candidates in the respective categories and shall be offered to general candidates in case SC/ST candidates are not available.
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(i) The intake in LL.M First year course is approximately 65 (two year course 30 and three-year course 35). Out of this, 15% and 7.5% seats are reserved for the candidates belonging to SC/ST respectively. The seats reserved for SC/ST candidates are interchangeable subject to non-availability of the candidates in the respective categories and shall be offered to general candidates in case SC/ST candidates are not available.
 
(ii) There is no reservation of seats for candidates in any other category.
 
(ii) There is no reservation of seats for candidates in any other category.
 
(iii) The intake of 30 and 35 is strictly maintained.
 
(iii) The intake of 30 and 35 is strictly maintained.
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Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.): Subject to the general guidance of the Academic Council, research in the University leading to the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) is organised by Boards of Research Studies (Law).
 
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.): Subject to the general guidance of the Academic Council, research in the University leading to the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) is organised by Boards of Research Studies (Law).
 
Also offers Doctor of Civil Laws (D.C.L.): Details can be seen in the prospectus.
 
Also offers Doctor of Civil Laws (D.C.L.): Details can be seen in the prospectus.
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==Admissions==
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TBC - how do you apply to join the law school? Is there a test? If so, which one?
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===Fee structure===
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Studying at faculty of law (All three center) is cheap.Total fees is around 6 thousand annually as given in 2010 prospectus.Hostel facility is only for LLM students and so LLB students should make their own arrangement.There are 12 hostels but all are devoted to PG and research students.Getting admission in Hostel is far more difficult then getting admission in college.
  
 
==Infrastructure==
 
==Infrastructure==
  
 
===Hostels===
 
===Hostels===
There are thirty hostels for male and female students who are pursuing full-time courses in the University. These are: Gwyer Hall, International Students House, Jubilee hall, Mansarovar Hostel, Post-Graduate Men's Hostel, University Hostel for Women, Meghdoot Hostel, D. S. Kothari, V. K. R. V. Rao Hostel, International Students House for Women, North East Students House and W.U.S. University Hostel. However, hostel facilities will be available only to Campus Law Centre and LL.M. 2 year course students as per rules and procedure prescribed from time to time by the University and the hostel authorities about which information can be obtained directly from the provost of the concerned hostels.
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There are twelve hostels for male and female students who are pursuing full-time courses in the University. These are: Gwyer Hall, International Students House, Jubilee hall, Mansarovar Hostel, Post-Graduate Men's Hostel, University Hostel for Women, Meghdoot Hostel, D. S. Kothari, V. K. R. V. Rao Hostel, International Students House for Women, North East Students House and W.U.S. University Hostel. However, hostel facilities will be available only to Campus Law Centre and LL.M. 2 year course students as per rules and procedure prescribed from time to time by the University and the hostel authorities about which information can be obtained directly from the provost of the concerned hostels.
  
 
===Library and Reading Room===
 
===Library and Reading Room===
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TBC: Describe the library, number of books available and other amenities and useful information.
 
TBC: Describe the library, number of books available and other amenities and useful information.
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The faculty of Law library consists of a number of computers with internet access as well as access to all legal portals such as manupatra, SCC online, westlaw etc. It is an extremely big, well spaced out and well equipped environment.
 
The faculty of Law library consists of a number of computers with internet access as well as access to all legal portals such as manupatra, SCC online, westlaw etc. It is an extremely big, well spaced out and well equipped environment.
  
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===Seminars and Conferences===
 
===Seminars and Conferences===
 
TBC
 
TBC
seminar and discussion society is much active here,moreover student union organises lectures,symposiums and seminars regularly. chief justice of india and many more law officers and eminent jurists come here to make a speech.
 
  
 
==Academia and faculty==
 
==Academia and faculty==
===Notable faculty==
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===Notable faculty===
 
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TBC - feel free to create separate pages with biographies and details about each professor.
Prof. M P Singh, Upendra Baxi, Dr. Kamala Sankaran, Parmananda, Alka Chawla, Ashwani Kumar Bansal, S K Gupta, S C Raina, Poonam Saxena, Sanjeevani Raina.
 
  
 
===Journals and publications===
 
===Journals and publications===
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===Notable alumni===
 
===Notable alumni===
This law school, has without any doubt, the most illustrious network of alumni in the whole of India. A factor contributing hugely to this is the very location of the law school which is located at New Delhi, the legal capital of India. Presently 28 of the sitting 31 judges of the Supreme Court of India are alumni of this hallowed institution. The likes of Mr. Kapil sibal, Mr. Arun Jaitley (the present finance minister of India), Ms. Minakshi Lekhi, Mr. Amarjit singh Chandhiok, Hon'ble Justice A.K Sikri
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TBC: List some alumni who have made a mark in the profession or gone on to do interesting things.  
justice manmohan,sanjiv khanna,justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw, Justice Dipak Mishra, Justice Y K sabharwal  etc
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Gopal Subramanium,
 
Rohinton Nariman
 
Raju Ramachandaran
 
Justice Dhananjay Chadrachud
 
Meira Kumar
 
Mohan Prasanan
 
Siddharta Luthra
 
Bhupinder singh Hooda
 
Ajit Jogi
 
Kiran Bedi
 
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
 
* Add a link to the law school's web page.
 
* Add a link to the law school's web page.
http://clc.du.ac.in/
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