St. Joseph’s College of Law
|Motto||Fide et Labore|
By Faith and Hard Work
|President||Jerome S. D'Souza|
|Dean||Jerome Nirmal Raj|
18 Cariappa (Residency) Rd.
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St. Joseph’s College of Law is a Jesuit law school in Bangalore, in Karnataka, in south-western India. It was founded in 2017. It is affiliated to Karnataka State Law University, Hubballi, and approved by the Bar Council of India in New Delhi. Two degree courses are offered: a three-year Bachelor of Laws degree, and a five-year combined Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws.
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