Karnataka State Law University

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Karnataka State Law University
Karnataka State Law University logo.png
Motto "Indian Roots and Global Heights"
Established 2009
Type State Law University
Chancellor Hansraj Bhardwaj
(Governors of Karnataka)
Location Hubli, Karnataka, India
12°56′19.59″N 77°30′11.45″E / 12.9387750°N 77.5031806°E / 12.9387750; 77.5031806Coordinates: 12°56′19.59″N 77°30′11.45″E / 12.9387750°N 77.5031806°E / 12.9387750; 77.5031806
Campus Urban
55 Acres
Affiliations UGC
Website www.kslu.ac.in

The Karnataka State Law University (KSLU) is a State university situated at Navanagar, Hubli, Karnataka, India.[1] It was set up in January, 2009 by the government of Karnataka with a campus spread over 55 acres of land.[2] The university offers various graduate and post graduate law courses which include 5 years B.A., LL.B., B.B.A., LL.B. and B.B.A., LL.B., (Hon’s) Double Degree integrated courses and LL.M. in Constitutional Law, Intellectual Property Rights, Business and Trade Law Criminal Law and International Law.[3] Nearly 92 law colleges of Karnataka are affiliated to it. Its motto is "Indian Roots and Global Heights".[4]

The first vice chancellor of the university was J S Patil and after his tenure Dr.T.R.Subramanya is the present Vice-Chancellor.[5]

University Facilities[edit]

  • Hostels.
  • Library.
  • Law School.
  • Moot Court Training.
  • National Service Scheme.

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