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New Law College, Pune was established in 1978. The college is a part of Bharati Vidyapeeth University since 1996 and is approved by the Bar Council of India.

Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University’s New Law College, Pune
established in the year 1978 is one of the premier institutes of legal
education in India. It is recognized by Bar Council of India &
University Grants Commission. It is one of the constituent units of Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed to be University), Pune.

RANKING & ACCREDITATION:

It is consistently ranked amongst top 10 Law Colleges in India by
reputed magazines like India Today, Outlook, Business Barons, The
Week, Lawyers Collective, Legallyindia, Times of India, Indian
Express, etc. The Law College is re-accredited with ‘A’ Grade by
NAAC in 2011 and with ‘A+’ Grade in the year 2017.

AWARDS & ACCOLADES:

At the Golden Jubilee Celebration of BCI, the College was honoured with ‘Gold Star Award’ in recognition of special services rendered in the field of legal education. Hon’ble Prof. Dr. Shivajirao Kadam, Vice Chancellor, BVU, the recipient of ‘National Law Day Award’, was also felicitated by BCI in recognition to his valuable contribution in the
domain of legal education. The prestigious ‘SILF-MILAT Legal Education Innovation Award-2014’ & ‘Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer National Law & Literature Award-2014’ has been conferred on Prof. Dr. Mukund Sarda, Dean & Principal, New Law College, Pune. Prof.Dr. Mukund Sarda has been awarded with highest degree ‘D.Litt’
(Doctor of Letters) by Hon’ble Governor of Madhya Pradesh.

Indian Law Society’s Law College or Ils, is a private law school in Pune, India. It was established in 1924 and includes both 3 years as well as 5 years integrated courses in law.

Symbiosis Law School, Pune was established in 1977 and is registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 and the Bombay Public Trust, Act 1950. Symbiosis Law School provides B.A.LL.B as well as B.B.A.LL.B five years integrated programme for undergraduates and LL.M programme for post graduate law students.