School of Law

The last two decades have seen far reaching changes in the socio – economic milieu and the legal environment of the country in keeping with advances globally. We are now a society full of youthful aspirations which is no longer prepared to accept fate as preordained, a society which firmly believes that success and justice come to all those who realize their potential and are aware of their rights. This attitudinal transformation has ushered in laws that have a fundamental impact on areas as diverse as investment, the rights of women, the right to information, the environment, land acquisition and the right to education.

Mahatma Gandhi had said: “We must become the change we want to see in the world”. It is this vision of the Mahatma that shapes the objectives and the pedagogy of the Raffles University School of Law. Through our intensive and integrated five-year training program, we develop and mould lawyers who have the professional wherewithal and are mentally prepared to effectively address the numerous current and evolving challenges that the practitioner of law must face today.

We propose that the alumni of the School of Law should be well versed not only in the letter but also the spirit of the law so that they mature as successful as well as ethical lawyers ready to take their place, with pride, in the legal fraternity. Always with the pride that they have graduated from one of the Best Law Colleges in National Capital Region – NCR

International Academic Collaborations

Raffles University is poised to provide International Academic Experience to students during the course of their professional legal studies. The University has already entered into two such collaboration agreements during the Academic Year 2012-13.

1.Collaboration with Lisbon University

The School of law of Raffles University has signed an MOU with faculty of law of University of Lisbon, Portugal on February 12, 2013 at a function organized by Raffles University. The School of Law was represented by its Director, Professor Marian Pinheiro, the faculty of law of Lisbon was represented by the President of the Institute of Juridical Co-operation of the Faculty of Law of Lisbon, Professor Doutor Maurao Dario. The MOU facilitates exchange of students and faculty for academic purposes. The students who are selected to visit and study for a term in Lisbon University will be given due credit for their research work at Lisbon University.

2. Collaboration with University of New Hampshire

University of New Hampshire is a world leader in the field of Intellectual Property. The Intellectual property center namely The Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property conducts various programs and competitions world over to promote study & research in Intellectual Property. The Franklin Pierce Center has nominated School of law, Raffles University as the National representative for India to organize various research and academic competitions. To begin with the School of law will be organizing its first the Franklin Pierce Intellectual Property National Essay Competition this kind of activities will open wider opportunities for the students of law in the international Arena for Research & Employment.