Department of Laws


  1. The Department is housed in its own six storey building with 6 spacious lectures theatres,2 big class rooms , independent faculty rooms- well furnished and equipped with computer , internet and telephone facilities, space for administrative staff and separate toilets for men and women, Aquaguard purified drinking water facility in each floor.
  2. The department has a distinct pride to have its own Conference Hall well furnished with state –of –art facilities and with a seating capacity of approximately 200.
  3. Two floors of the building are exclusively used to accommodate the departmental library. One floor of the library is used as a reading room with a seating capacity of more than 100 students at a time. The Departmental library has a rich collection of 13,754 books and subscribes to 15 (national and international ) law journals. The library remains open from 10 a.m to 5 p.m on all working days. The department plans to start its own Journal very soon. 20 computer systems with Internet facility.
  4. To meet the growing challenge of internet usage & e-learning, the department support students for research & e-learning of the next-generation. The establishment of a computer lab with a round the clock internet facility is on the cards. The lab is proposed to be so equipped as it works closely with leading academic stakeholders of next generation Internet, such as Manupatra, Lexis Nexis and Westlaw etc.
  5. Moot Court Room-Teaching theoretical law to the students without exposing them to practical application of law is of less usefulness especially to those who intend to opt for law practice after completion of LL.,B course. An extra-curricular activity through moot court is regularly done in the Department in which student participants take part in simulated court proceedings involving drafting of briefs and presentation of oral arguments. For the conduct of moot courts, the Department has one Moot Court Room which is so designed as to give replicated look of a real court. Legal Aid Clinic- The importance of
  6. Legal Aid and Awareness Campaigns as a mechanism for social progress has been repeatedly stressed upon by the Government of India. In the backdrop of poverty and inequality, legal aid is an effective way towards attainment of the ideals of ‘Social, Economic and Political’ Justice as enshrined in our Constitution under the Directive Principles of State Policy. The entire purpose of setting up nation wide clinics in legal institutions is to sensitize law students about the problems faced by the masses ignorant about their rights and remedies under the law. It is with this purpose a Legal Aid Clinic in the department has been established under the aegis of H.P. State Legal Service Authority. The clinic would strive to render Legal Services at the grass root level and also to spread Legal Awareness. The activities of the clinic are currently Coordinated by Prof. H.R. Jhingta and supported by a team of lawyers, legal advisors, members of the faculty, and student volunteers from LL.B. and LL.M Courses.
  7. Legal Awareness Society- A proposal for formation of a Co-operative society named as “Lokadhikar Avam Kartavya Jaagrookta Samiti “ with an objective to disseminate the legal awareness and literacy amongst masses is under active consideration of the Department and the necessary formalities for its registration are on.
Last Updated:11-05-2022