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==Background==
 
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National Law Institute University (NLIU) Bhopal was established in 1998 by an enactment of the State Legislature of Madhya Pradesh in 1997. Recognized by the Bar Council of India, the university admits only 80 undergraduates each year through the Common Law Admission Test (C.L.A.T.), who complete 15 trimesters before being awarded a combined B.A., LL.B (Hons.) degree. The post-graduate course offered at the university is the LL.M. degree. Currently ranked third by the India Today rankings of law colleges in the country[citation needed], NLIU was modeled on the lines of the earlier established National Law School of India University at Bangalore. The patron of the university is the Hon. Chief Justice of India and the university works closely with the High Court of Madhya Pradesh, as well as the neighboring National Judicial Academy.
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Background

National Law Institute University (NLIU) Bhopal was established in 1998 by an enactment of the State Legislature of Madhya Pradesh in 1997. Recognized by the Bar Council of India, the university admits only 80 undergraduates each year through the Common Law Admission Test (C.L.A.T.), who complete 15 trimesters before being awarded a combined B.A., LL.B (Hons.) degree. The post-graduate course offered at the university is the LL.M. degree. Currently ranked third by the India Today rankings of law colleges in the country[citation needed], NLIU was modeled on the lines of the earlier established National Law School of India University at Bangalore. The patron of the university is the Hon. Chief Justice of India and the university works closely with the High Court of Madhya Pradesh, as well as the neighboring National Judicial Academy.

Location

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Admissions

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IT Infrastructure

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Extra Curricular Activities

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Alumni

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