Nepal Law Campus (NLC), is the oldest college of Nepal which is imparting legal education in Nepal since 1954. Nepal Law Campus is located at the heart of the Capital. The Campus witnessed many ups and downs in legal education system. As a constituent campus of Tribhuvan University and as an oldest institution imparting legal education, NLC has the great contribution and plays significant role in Legal Education. NLC is proud of providing highest and competent leadership for judiciary and other mechanism within the country and abroad.
The basic objective of the legal education is to impart knowledge to the students seeking the degree of law. To achieve the objective, Nepal Law Campus is running after graduation a three year Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.), a five year Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Laws (B.A.LL.B.) and a two year Master of Laws (LL.M.) programmes. NLC has highly qualified and dedicated faculties including professors, readers and lecturers. The Campus produces thousands of law graduates who are engaged in different governmental and non-governmental organizations inside the country and abroad. Its products have held the highest positions in legal and administrative sectors like the Attorney General of Nepal, Chief Justice of Nepal, Justices of Supreme Court, judges and judicial officers in Nepal, acclaimed academicians in various renowned universities around the world and so on.
Nepal Law Campus Central Department of Law,
Tribhuvan University Exhibition Road
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ESTD: 1954 AD
Exhibition Road, Kathmandu
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Nepal Law Campus (NLC) publishes an academic and research based journal as an annual publication namely Nepal Law Review (NLR). The NLR, an English Language Publication, has been publishing since 1977. Articles on legal and constitutional issues, legal developments, commentaries, analysis, book reviews, case comment and comprehensive overview in the field of domestic and international law can be submitted for publication. Articles must be original, research oriented and must not be published in any journal, book or in any other form.
Authors are requested to provide article in compact-disc (CD) in MS Word, along with hard copy of manuscript to the editorial board of NLR at any time, and will be published if board accepts. The Editorial Board exclusively reserves the right to necessary modification, changes and revision in whole manuscripts accepted for publication. It also reserves the right to reject or withhold or postpone the publication of any material. The authors are requested to follow any of the standard rules of citation.
Nepal Law Campus(NLC) has its own well furnished and well equipped library with text books, reference books, Law Journals, Gazettes, Nepal Law Reports (NLR), and e-library. Besides, students can visit Central Library T.U. Kirtipur, Central Law Library Jamal, Supreme Court Library, Nepal Bar Association Library, Library of Office of the Attorney General of Nepal and Nepal Bar Council Library and Library of Ministry of Law. Students can take additional benefits from American Information Center and SAARC Library. Professors, researchers and students have free access to Wi-Fi Zone of Nepal Law Campus .
Nepal Law Campus (NLC) has well equipped computer lab with internet facility.
Indoor and outdoor games would be offered to the students.
NLC has its own dispensary for the primary health services. The primary health service coulld be provided to students if required.
NLC has well furnished and well equipped classrooms including multimedia projector. It has also a separate Moot Court room and a seminar hall.
Admission Rules for B.A.LL.B.
The admission of a five year B.A.LL.B. programme opens generally with other bachelor programmes of the Tribhuvan University. Students who have completed 10+2 or equivalent with at least 'D+' Grade in all subjects can apply when the Faculty announces for admission. Applicants seeking admission, except foreigners, should face entrance exam to be conducted by the office of the Dean, Faculty of Law, TU. Entrance exam shall be taken on the basis of subjective and objective test. The language of entrance exam is either English or Nepali.
Admission Rules for LL.B.
The admission of a three year LL.B. programme opens generally with other masters’ degree programmes of the Tribhuvan University. Students who have completed Bachelor's Degree can apply for this program.
Admission Rules for 2-Year LL.M.
The admission of a two year LL.M. opens generally with other masters’ degree programmes of the Tribhuvan University. Students seeking admission to this programme can apply while the Faculty announces for admission. Applicants seeking admission should face entrance exam except foreigners. The language of entrance exam is either in English or Nepali. Jurisprudence of Bachelor of Laws is considered as the syllabus for LL.M. entrance exam.
The admission of a 3-year LL.M. opens generally with 2-year LL.M. All process and criteria of the admission are similar like 2-year LL.M.