IFIM Law College commences admissions for its BBA.LLB Program

New Delhi: IFIM Law College, Bangalore is inviting applications for its five-year integrated BBA.LLB program which is slated to begin on August 7, 2017.
The Karnataka State Law University-affiliate promises to churn out industry-responsible lawyers by imparting value-based education. IFIM Law College is known for the holistic development of students by providing both practical and theoretical knowledge. It focuses on Corporate Law and is approved by Bar Council of India (BCI).
Mr. Subramanya Sirish Tamvada, Dean – IFIM Law College, says, “At IFIM Law College, we are nurturing tomorrow’s corporate lawyers, to be job-ready from today. The pedagogy focuses on bridging the gap between theory and practice, by offering practical exposure to students through law clinics and so on. This is where the law college has innovated and introduced several new techniques such as a digital moot court hall and technology enabled classrooms.”
Mr. Sanjay Padode, Secretary, CDE (IFIM Institutions) adds, “The new digital and global economy has increased the demands from the stakeholders in the law industry and has raised the bar for their satisfaction. The industry looks for Conciliators, mediators, negotiators and arbitrators. There is a dire need to ensure that we have a strong legal system in place. Exposing learners to varied platforms only enhances their personalities which in turn lead to a more fulfilling career.”

The unique features of IFIM Law College include the student-run Moot Court Society, Debating Society, Cultural Society and Legal Aid Cell. In the past academic year, IFIM has also signed in MOUs with National Law School, Bangalore, and Brooklyn Law School, New York. In addition, the Law College was recently ranked 4th in the category of Promising Law Colleges by the GHRDC Annual Survey 2017.
IFIM Law College’s strength lies in Corporate Law, Corporate Finance, Banking and Insurance Law, Competition Law, Trade Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property Law, Maritime Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution methods and other commercial laws. IFIM Law College also benefits from the expertise of the IFIM Business School and both institutes work in collaboration. Various research centers such as the center for excellence on the corporate and commercial law; medical law; consumer laws; alternative dispute resolution and women, child and law have been established to cultivate research culture among students.
Additionally, IFIM Law College has a dedicated internship and placement cell which facilitates internships with reputed law firms in-house legal departments, public policy think-tanks, and NGOs in their final semester. Few recruiters include CRY, Human Rights Commission in various states, Juris Law Offices, Holla and Holla Associates, Lexplosion, among others.

Eligibility criteria:
• 10+2 pass out or an equivalent examination from any recognized board with a minimum of 45% marks in aggregate (40% for SC/ST candidates)
• The maximum age limit for a candidate is 20 years as on June 1, 2017 (22 years for SC/ST candidates)
Scholarships: Meritorious students are also eligible for a 50% or 100% fee waiver, under the Padode Foundation if the criterion has been fulfilled.
IFIM Law College is affiliated to the Karnataka State Law University (KSLU) and is approved by the Bar Council of India. The core curriculum is taught by experienced faculty members with international law degrees and is complemented by co-curricular as well as extra-curricular activities. The Law College has a world-class campus with state of the art infrastructure which facilitates ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) usage in the teaching-learning process. Differentiators of IFIM’s Law College include the Wellness and Personality Enhancement Programme, the Digital Moot Court, Research Centres and Internship Programme after every semester.