GLS Law College

GLS Law College is a new venture of the Gujarat Law Society to foster the excellence in Legal Education by catering the Five Years' Integrated Law Programme - B.A.LL.B. Gujarat Law Society has a strong identity in Legal Education with three reputed law colleges. For further excellence in professional legal education, Gujarat Law Society has taken a step forward by offering a Five Years' Integrated B.A.LL.B. Programme from the academic year 2015-2016. The College is affiliated with Gujarat University and is recognized & approved by the Bar Council of India.


A law college dedicated to advancing human dignity, social welfare and justice through knowledge of law.


The mission of the GLS Law College is to achieve excellence in educating professionals, advancing legal scholarship, serving the public and fostering justice. We aspire to prepare lawyers to serve their clients, the justice system and the public with a high level of accomplishment and a commitment to the highest ideals of the legal profession.

Why study with GLS Law College?

To enrich studies with respected, practitioner; based faculty.
Earn a career building degree with flexible courses on campus.
Gain lifelong knowledge from the best law professionals in the Country.
We prepare students for a wide range of growing career opportunities in the criminal justice system and social services.
We develop a valuable skill set in understanding, practicing and preventing criminal behaviour.

Knowledge Resource

The college has an advantage of having senior and well experienced faculty members in the field of Arts and Law. The senior practicing advocates will also contribute in procedural and other laws at the college. The faculty will impart legal education using various teaching methodologies like group discussion method, problem posing method, case law method coupled with intensive practical training through organizing moot court competitions.

About Gujarat Law Society

Gujarat Law Society has been in the field of education for more than eight decades and is considered to be one of the largest and most renowned destinations for education in Gujarat. The Society stands as a synonym for contemporary education in the region with its state-of-the-art infrastructure. Visionaries and luminaries such as SardarVallabhbhai Patel, Shri Ganesh Mavlankar and Sheth Shri KasturbhaiLalbhai were the first to set lofty standards of excellence in education at the society.

Beginning from a single law college in 1927, which was nurtured, among others, by Shri I. M. Nanavati, today Gujarat Law Society has burgeoned into a mammoth Trust that manages 33 institutions offering courses in multiple disciplines imparting quality education across two campuses in Ahmedabad. There are over 24,000 students at the campus who are assisted in meticulously crafting their careers and leading them to the path of success. Gujarat Law Society has a particularly extensive alumni group which echoes the values that it imparts, right since its inception. Being a part of some of the most distinguished Judges, Lawyers and corporate across the globe, these members of the Society's alumni have carved out a niche identity for themselves, that of being responsible, pragmatic and proactive.

The consistent steadfast resolves to always aim high and motto of 'Excellence in Education' has become stronger over the years. With this in view, Gujarat Law Society (GLS) has from the academic year 2015-16 launched Five Years' Integrated Law Programme – B.A.LL.B

College Infrastructure & Facilities

The College has a huge and spacious building spread over in more than 8 acres of land. The college building is modern and well equipped with amenities for the comfort and convenience of both teachers and students.
Every class room is air-conditioned, equipped with LCD Projectors and is adequately ventilated. The rooms are furnished with comfortable seating arrangements and Dais.
For imparting legal training to students for bridging the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical experience.
The College has a rich library having various reference books of law, law journals and legal Software.
The campus comprises of 10,000 sq. yards sports ground wherein facilities for various sports like Cricket, Football, Basketball, Volleyball, etc...
The campus hosts a centralized air conditioned, multipurpose auditorium with a seating capacity of 275 with a modular stage and a green room...

Course Offered

Duration:Five Years Comprising of Ten Semesters
Eligibility:H.S.C. (10+2 or its equivalent) with minimum 45% in any stream and minimum 40% in case of SC/ST category.
Age:Less than 20 years on the first day of the academic year and less than 22 years for SC/ST and OBC category.
Seats:60 Seats per division
Uniform:White Shirt, Black trousers, Black blazer, black tie, white socks & black shoes.





IL – 101

General English & Communication

ILBA – 102

Sociology Paper – I (Introduction to Sociology)

ILBA – 103

Political Science Paper – I (Political Theory)

ILBA – 104

Principles of Psychology – Paper I
(Introduction to psychology)

IL – 105

Law of Contract

IL – 106

Law of Tort including MV Accident and Consumer Protection Laws

IL – 107

English Literature & Legal Writing

ILBA – 108

Sociology Paper – II
(Social Institutions & Stratification)

ILBA – 109

Political Science Paper – II
(International Relations and Organisations)

ILBA – 110

Psychology Paper II
(Introduction to Social Psychology)

IL – 111

Special Contract

IL – 112

Legal History




IL – 201

Sociology – III
(Social Problems and Social Change in India)

ILBA – 202

Psychology – III
(Criminal Psychology)

IL – 203

Law of Crimes – I

IL – 204

Law of Crimes – II

IL – 205

Legal Theory / Jurisprudence

IL – 206

Family Law – I

ILBA – 207

Sociology - IV
(Women & Society)

ILBA – 208

Political Science Paper – III
(Indian Political System and Constitutional Framework)

IL – 209

Company Law

IL – 210

Constitutional Law – I

IL – 211

Constitutional Law – II

IL – 212

Family Law – II




ILBA – 301

Sociology Paper –V
(Sociology and Law)

IL – 302

Administrative Law

IL – 303

Public International Law

IL – 304

Labour Law – I

IL – 305

Labour Law – II

IL – 306

Interpretation of Statutes

ILBA – 307

Sociology Paper VI
(Sociology and Criminal Justice)

IL – 308

Law of Property

IL – 309

Environmental Law

IL – 310

Animal Protection Law

IL – 311

Human Rights Law and Practice and Humanitarian Law

IL – 312

Legal Language




IL – 401

Taxation Law

IL – 402

Media Law

IL – 403

Criminal Procedure Code

IL – 404

Law of Evidence

IL – 405

Principles of Banking Law, and Negotiable Instruments

IL – 406

Rehabilitation of Criminals and Juveniles in Society and Law

IL – 407

Health Law

IL – 408

Land Laws

IL – 409

Civil Procedure Code

IL – 410

Alternate Dispute Resolution

IL – 411

Insurance Law

IL – 412

Private International Law




IL – 501

Cyber Law

IL – 502

Intellectual Property Law

IL – 503

Competition Law

IL – 504

Seminar and Project Work

IL – 505

Drafting, Pleading and Conveyance

IL – 506

Equity and Trust

IL – 507

Public Interest Lawyering, Legal Aid, and Para-Legal Services

IL – 508

Professional Ethics

IL – 509

Advanced Drafting

IL – 510

Penology & Victimology

IL – 511

Forensic Science and Crime detections methods

IL – 512

Moot Court

Law Experts at Campus:

  • Guest
    Lecture Series

    Hon`ble Mr. Justice
    V. M. Pancholi

    High Court of Gujarat
  • The Role of Law Students
    in Legal Aid Services

    Hon`ble Mr. Justice
    J. N. Bhatt

    Former Chief Justice
    Patna High Court.
  • Elocution
    competition – 2015

    Mr. Gopinath Amin
    High Court of Gujarat
  • Elocution
    competition – 2015

    Prof. N.K. Pathak
    Former Director
    School of Law
    Gujarat University
    Ahmedabad - 380009
  • Workshop on
    Moot Court – 2015

    Mr. Nishant Lalakiya
    High Court of Gujarat
  • Guest
    Lecture Series

    Prof. Dr. Krytian Complak
    Wroclaw University
  • Criminal Justice System
    in India

    Judge B. N. Jani
    Retired Judge City Civil
    & Session Court


BCI Moot Court Competition

Bar Council of India had organised National MootCourt Competition in Delhi on February 5, 2016. Altogether 44 teams participated in the competition from all over India. A student of GLS Law College Dhyanesh Vaishnav represented Gujarat University and qualified in the quarter-final round.

International Moot Court Competition

Institute of Law, Nirma University had organised 6th ILNU Moot Court Competition on February 13, 2016. The event had hosted 22 teams of which 8 teams qualified in the quarter final round. GLS Law College team was one of the qualifying teams in quarter final round. GLS team comprised of:
From L to R: Aditya Dave, KishanBrahmbhatt, KhushaliOza

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