St. Joseph’s College of Law

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St. Joseph’s College of Law
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MottoFide et Labore
By Faith and Hard Work
Established2017 (2017)
Religious affiliation
Catholic
PresidentJerome S. D'Souza
DeanJerome Nirmal Raj
DirectorSwebert D'Silva
Location
18 Cariappa (Residency) Rd.
Bangalore-560025, India

12°58′13.92″N 77°36′11.27″E / 12.9705333°N 77.6031306°E / 12.9705333; 77.6031306Coordinates: 12°58′13.92″N 77°36′11.27″E / 12.9705333°N 77.6031306°E / 12.9705333; 77.6031306
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Websitesjcl.edu.in

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.[1][2][3] Two degree courses are offered: a three-year Bachelor of Laws degree, and a five-year combined Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws.[4]

References[edit]

  1. "Bengaluru: SJCL - South Asia's first law college by Jesuits opens for admission". Retrieved 2018-01-13.
  2. "St Joseph's College of Law In Bengaluru To Be Inaugurated Tomorrow". Konkancatholic.com. Retrieved 2018-01-17.
  3. NewsKarnataka. "St. Joseph's Law College inaugurated". NewsKarnataka. Retrieved 2018-01-13.
  4. "St. Joseph's College of Law ::". www.sjcl.edu.in. Retrieved 2018-01-13.

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