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Christ Academy Institute of Law Reviews is important to incoming students to decide admission in this college. The reviews help the students to narrow down their search while looking for best law college they want to enroll in. Alumni of the college have given positive reviews based on their experience and memories with the college. Reviews are based on certain factors or the features of a college. How good the facilities are provided to the students or what extent of facilities is hoarded by the college will determine the interests of the students to that college. CAIL has the following facilities for their students

Sports:

The college shows great interests on the holistic development of its students- be it academically, cultural fests or sports. The academy offers various fitness activities for its students like football, basketball, tennis and badminton and also organize inter and intra-college sports events for the development of healthy and competitive spirit among students.

Infrastructure:

The infrastructure of Christ Academy Institute of Law is unmatched and is among the world-class education provider. The law college has modern and state-of-the-art infrastructure for facilitating a number of services for students and faculties. All the classrooms, seminar halls and auditorium and moot court are ICT enabled.

Tutorial:

Under this category, students need to attend 4 tutorials with respective subject teacher on one-on-one discussions on an assigned topic. This scheme is for the purpose of creating a mentor system between students and teachers. Also through these tutorials teachers identify the weakness of the students and thereby personally guide them.

Cafeteria:

The college cafeteria is the place not only for refreshment but also for students bonding and discussions. The cafeteria provides various hygienic and fast foods for the faculty and students at a reasonable price.

Legal Aid Centre:

This centre is committed to nurture and guide future lawyers to work with underprivileged at the grass-root level. Students are required to visit villages near the campus every Saturday to spread legal awareness and provide legal assistance to people in need.

Tribal Socio-Legal Study Centre:

This centre has been established to help various tribes of India in legal issues and conduct researches on them and also to know the impact of the legal system on this these tribal population, that they face and their solution.

Mooting:

The moot court is founded to develop the interests of the students, facilitate them to understand the intricacies of legal research, presentation and argument skills. Thus mooting helps students to perfect their research, analytical skills as well as writing ability. It is a practical room or artificial court for the law students to have practical knowledge of drafting, pleading and oral arguments.

Grievance Career cell:

Under this cell, various issues of the students are looked upon. There are three grievance redressal cells which are- Sexual Harassment cell, anti-ragging cell and human rights cell. Students facing any issues must come to this committee and necessary and strict action will be taken upon the perpetrator after necessary investigation.

International Conference:

This conference is held to demonstrate the latest research into the interface of law and society and the development of curricula centered on these themes.

Christ Academy Institute of Law Placements department has witnessed a rapid increase of recruiters annually visiting their campus. Due to the good campus placements and tireless working of the placement department, students really liked it and this positivity can be reflected in the reviews of the college. The current students and the alumni time and again have shared their experiences and views regarding the career opportunities provided to the students. Through various programs like mooting, tutorials and others, students are given hands-on experience on the real law cases.

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Diverse student body, highly qualified faculty, administration that is not hesitant to experiment, and infrastructure. CAIL in many ways is a microcosm of India. We have students from more than 20 states in India and they come from varying economic backgrounds. We are one of the best employers among Law Colleges in Karnataka when it comes to employee satisfaction. Tutor system that we have introduced in the first year is another innovation. It helps the first-year student to get a mentor to guide him/her in both professional and personal matters. In research, our success is unparalleled. Within short span of three years, CAIL has brought out 16 books and numerous articles.
As we are affiliated to Karnataka State Law University, we are bound by the curriculum of the University. Though KSLU is continuously updating its curriculum to keep up to the changing needs of the legal system, many emerging areas of law do not find a place in the curriculum. In order to bridge this, CAIL has introduced several courses. These may be broadly divided into three categories. First, we have introduced several add on courses that familiarize the students to the emerging areas in law. International investment arbitration, infrastructure law and policy etc are examples of add on programmes offered by CAIL. It is compulsory for students to opt for at least two add-on courses in a semester. Second, training for Judicial Services Examination is made mandatory for our students. Third, in collaboration with KSLU and Christ Academy Institute of Advanced Studies, we are offering certificate courses in different areas. These courses cover a wide range of areas like foreign languages, software programmes etc. Sessions are conducted after regular class hours. As a lot of emphasis is given on skills training, these courses will help students in their placement opportunities.
We are only in our third year since inception and our first batch is yet to graduate. But we are working for ensuring best placement opportunities for our students. The internship system at CAIL is designed in such a way that our students get opportunities to work with the best law offices and firms in the country. As mentioned earlier, the training for Judicial Services Examination is another step that we have taken in this direction.
CAIL is planning to start post graduate (LL. M.) and research (Ph. D.) programmes shortly. Preparation of a ‘semester abroad module’ is another step in the planning stages. This would be designed in such a way that students from abroad can spend one semester in our campus. Ten years down the line, we want CAIL to be known as a centre of excellence in both teaching and research. Village lawyering is one area that we would like to focus in the coming years. We hope that within a short span, CAIL will be a preferred global destination for research in this area.
Diversity and national character are two hallmarks of our admission policy. It has been our endeavor from the beginning that students belonging to rural background and from low income families should not be denied admission. Towards this end we have reserved 25% of our seats to students hailing from Karnataka villages and another 25% for students from rural areas of other states. We also have very liberal scholarship policy that encourage students who have financial difficulties to complete their studies.
Candidate has to go through 2 rounds of interview.
Karnataka State Law University (KSLU)
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Diverse student body, highly qualified faculty, administration that is not hesitant to experiment, and infrastructure. CAIL in many ways is a microcosm of India. We have students from more than 20 states in India and they come from varying economic backgrounds. We are one of the best employers among Law Colleges in Karnataka when it comes to employee satisfaction.
As we are affiliated to Karnataka State Law University, we are bound by the curriculum of the University. Though KSLU is continuously updating its curriculum to keep up to the changing needs of the legal system, many emerging areas of law do not find a place in the curriculum. In order to bridge this, CAIL has introduced several courses. These may be broadly divided into three categories. First, we have introduced several add on courses that familiarize the students to the emerging areas in law. International investment arbitration, infrastructure law and policy etc are examples of add on programmes offered by CAIL. It is compulsory for students to opt for at least two add-on courses in a semester. Second, training for Judicial Services Examination is made mandatory for our students. Third, in collaboration with KSLU and Christ Academy Institute of Advanced Studies, we are offering certificate courses in different areas.
Candidate must fill his application online for the preferred course at www.calaw.in. Alternatively our admission enquiry no.s are 9513817755 & 9513867755

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