Amity Law School promotes research and innovation and focuses on practical learning through real-life projects to achieve holistic development of Law students. It is focused on nurturing specialists in various fields of Law like litigation, corporate law, arbitration and mediation, drafting legal instruments, policy making, research and academics. ALS comprises faculties from the academics as well as industry from all areas of Law who help in exhaustive training of students.

Law as a profession and a discipline has become a popular choice among the students, particularly after introduction of five year Law course. In the global economy, Law students are playing a pivotal role of policy planners, business advisors, negotiators among interest groups, experts in articulation and communication of ideas, mediators, lobbyists, law reformers, advocates etc.

Keeping expanding roles of law professionals in mind, our academic curriculum has been enriched with interdisciplinary approach to nurture competent law professionals of next generation. Curriculum at ALS also covers Value Added Course like Foreign Language, course on Behavioral Science and Communication Skills.

We at ALS focus to develop articulation of arguments, drafting, collaborative skills, convincing and negotiating skills and time management skills of students. ALS also provides a platform to innovate by enabling students to work at the cutting-edge legal theory with real-world practice skills.


To make students updated about dynamic laws, about legal professions and socio legal accomplishments, ALS regularly organizes guest lectures, workshops, seminars, conferences and faculty development programs, guest lecturers by distinguished judges, eminent jurists, policy makers, high ranking civil servants and public figures. The innovative pedagogy and hands-on training make Amity Law School a vibrant intellectual community.

Amity Law School organises field trips and industry visits throughout the year. Some of them are

  • Regular visits to High Court, District Court, Tribunals and Central Jails.
  • Moot court competitions, legal quiz, seminars and legal aid camps.
  • Summer Internship and training programs to work under experts in reputed law firms, senior lawyers and corporate houses.
  • Tips by experts on Judicial Exams and entrance tests.

Study Abroad Programme (SAP) is also offered at Undergraduate level. It helps students to gain knowledge about Laws, executive policies, foreign culture of different nations and international laws under various domains. Students also get an opportunity to interact with foreign faculty and carry out focused projects under their expert guidance.

Salient Features - Amity Law School, Jaipur

  • Teaching pedagogy:The teaching pedagogy adopted for the Degree programmes are such as to promote multi-disciplinary inquiry and practical appreciation of problems. The method of teaching involves lectures, discussions, case studies, Moot Courts and project work. At the commencement of the semester, each student is given a set of reading materials containing the course outline, teaching plan, reading lists and a fairly large volume of study materials in respect of each course. They consist of case studies, judicial decisions, articles and excerpts from reports.
  • BCI Approved Curriculum: Curriculum is designed in accordance with Bar Council of India (BCI) norms and regularly updated.
  • Visits: Practical exposure through Moot Courts, District Court and Legal Assistance visits
  • Training sessions: Sessions on access to data bases such SCC Online, Manupatra, All India Reporter, EBSCO etc. are regularly conducted.
  • Professional Enhancement: In addition to core curriculum, courses offers subjects like communication and soft skills, foreign languages, Choice based credit system (Certificate courses) to enhance personality and employability.
  • Competitive Examinations: Curriculum is designed to facilitate students in preparing for various competitive examinations.
  • Expert Interactions: On regular basis expert lectures are conducted by renowned Academicians, Jurists and Legal Luminaries invited to interact with students, across the globe.
  • Value Added Courses: Personality Development Programs and Behavioural science courses are offered and workshops by leading professional experts.
  • 100% Placements support
  • Debating & Advocacy skill: The courses on Clinical Legal Education are taught by integrating classroom teaching with simulation exercises. Moreover, in order to foster debating and advocacy skills in the young budding legal professionals, various competitions are proactively included in the operation of the academic programs. 
  • Legal Aid Clinic
  • Mandatory One week Military Training Programme
  • SAP programme offered
  • Infrastructure : The School has excellent infrastructure to cater to the need of legal education which includes :-
    - A state of art Moot Court hall and Seminar Room along with a Projector enabled class rooms and computer lab.
    - A world class library which has latest collection of law books, manuals and online databases subscription easily accessible to the students such as SCC online, Manupatra, All India Reporter, EBSCO etc.
  • Experienced Faculty: SOL has a vibrant faculty whose expertise spans across various areas of law and who have a wide range of teaching and research experiences. Faculty members through modern pedagogies aim to revolutionizing legal education thereby channelizing the students to face the changing world in which law professionals operate.
  • Internship: According to Sec 25 of The Schedule III (Part IV) of The BCI Rules, each registered student in B.A.,LL.B shall complete internship of minimum of 20 weeks during the entire course. The University assists students in engaging Internship Program at leading Law firms/NGOs, Advocates and Judges across the country. The objective is to equip the student with the knowledge of actual functioning of the legal luminaries and challenges before them. Students work with experienced supervisors in the Law Firms or Legal Organizations to develop skills in legislative drafting, opinion writing, client counseling, research, administrative and criminal practice, statutory analysis and interpretation, and application and enforcement of regulations. Through their work and class discussions, students are expected to develop awareness about the methods and functions of the legislative, regulatory and judicial authorities.