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Government Law College, Thrissur

Government Law College, Thrissur
Motto Fiat Justitia Ruat Caelum
Motto in English
Let justice be done though the heavens fall
Type Government College
Established 1992
Location Thrissur
10°31′45″N 76°11′16″E / 10.5293°N 76.1878°E / 10.5293; 76.1878
Campus Urban
Language English
Affiliations Bar Council of India (BCI), New Delhi, University of Calicut
Website [www.glcthrissur.com]

Government Law College, Thrissur, also known as Thrissur Law College, is situated in Ayyanthole. It is the fourth Government law college in Kerala and is owned by the Government of Kerala and affiliated to University of Calicut. The college caters to the needs of Thrissur District, Palakkad District and Malappuram District of Kerala. The College was started in the year 1992. Approved by Bar Council of India (BCI), New Delhi, the college offers three-year undergraduate and five-year integrated programs in the field of law and postgraduate degree also. The first batch of Law Graduates came out in 1993-94 academic year.[1][2][3]

Notable alumni

Campus

Government Law College, Thrissur is situated in Ayyanthole near to the District Court and Family Court Thrissur. The College Campus includes a library, academic centres, auditorium and a college canteen.

Academic Centres

The college has four academic centres established with the aim to advance the academic aspirations of the students and orient them towards active and creative engage with the society. The four centres carry out multitude of activities throughout the year. National and international conferences, seminars, panel discussions, workshops, expert presentations, special lectures, internships, training programmes are some of them. The Centre for Economy, Development and Law (CED&L) is an interdisciplinary centre creating a platform for informed discussions on various socio-political and legal issues. CED&L is publishing a peer-reviewed bi-annual journal titled Elenchus Law Review. The ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) Centre is focused on conducting adalats, facilitating the legal process outside courts and also enhancing professional skills of the law students. Centre for Business Laws (CBL) and A. T. Markose Chair on Advanced Legal Studies also organise activities that together contribute largely to the vibrancy of the campus.

External links

References

  1. ^ "National Law School of India wins moot court". Chennai, India: The Hindu. 2010-02-01. Retrieved 2010-10-19.
  2. ^ "Participation & achievements in moot court competitions during the academic year 2009-10". NUALS. Archived from the original on 2010-07-24. Retrieved 2010-10-19.
  3. ^ "In the name of law". Chennai, India: The Hindu. 2004-12-28. Retrieved 2010-10-19.