Padmashree College
The British College

Nepal Law Campus

Exhibition Road, Kathmandu

Estd. 1954




Nepal Law Campus (NLC) holds the distinction of being the oldest and leading institution in Nepal for legal education, having commenced its operations in 1954. Situated at the heart of the capital city, NLC has played a significant role in shaping the legal education system in the country, witnessing both challenges and achievements throughout its journey.

Contributing to Legal Education in Nepal

As a constituent campus of Tribhuvan University and the pioneer in legal education, Nepal Law Campus takes pride in its substantial contribution to the field. NLC has been instrumental in producing highly competent leaders for the judiciary and other legal mechanisms within Nepal and even abroad.

Diverse Programs for Aspiring Lawyers

Nepal Law Campus has designed a range of programs to cater to the diverse needs of aspiring law students. These include the three-year Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) program, the five-year Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Laws (B.A.LL.B.) program, the two-year Master of Laws (LL.M.) program, and the three-year Master of Laws (LL.M.) program. Through these comprehensive programs, NLC aims to provide students with a strong foundation and in-depth knowledge of legal principles.

Dedicated and Qualified Faculty

Nepal Law Campus boasts a team of highly qualified and dedicated faculty members, comprising professors, readers, and lecturers. These experienced professionals bring their expertise and passion to the classroom, ensuring that students receive quality education and guidance throughout their academic journey.

Producing Legal Leaders

Over the years, Nepal Law Campus has produced numerous law graduates who have gone on to hold prestigious positions in governmental and non-governmental organizations within Nepal and abroad. Graduates from NLC have secured top positions in the legal and administrative sectors, such as the Attorney General of Nepal, Chief Justice of Nepal, Justices of the Supreme Court, judges, and judicial officers in Nepal. Additionally, many have become acclaimed academicians in renowned universities worldwide.

Features and Faciliites:

Research Journals: Promoting Legal Scholarship

Nepal Law Campus takes pride in publishing two academic and research-based journals: the Nepal Law Review (NLR) and the Nepal Journal of Legal Studies (NJLS).

Nepal Law Review (NLR):

  • Established in 1977, NLR is an annual publication in English.
  • It welcomes submissions of original research articles on legal and constitutional issues, legal developments, commentaries, analysis, book reviews, case comments, and comprehensive overviews in domestic and international law.
  • Articles must be research-oriented, unpublished elsewhere, and submitted in MS Word format on a compact disc (CD), accompanied by a hard copy of the manuscript.
  • The editorial board reserves the right to make necessary modifications, changes, or revisions to accepted manuscripts. They also have the authority to reject, withhold, or postpone publication.
  • Authors are required to adhere to standard citation rules when submitting their work.

Nepal Journal of Legal Studies (NJLS):

  • NJLS is an annual peer-reviewed journal managed by the B.A. LL.B. Program at Nepal Law Campus.
  • Since its inception in 2016, NJLS has fostered an academic culture in legal studies and contributed to legal scholarship in Nepal.
  • The journal accepts original manuscripts in the form of articles, essays, and comments throughout the year.
  • It follows a double-blind peer-review format to ensure the integrity and quality of published works.
  • While the primary focus is on legal issues in Nepal, interdisciplinary contributions related to the global legal field are also accepted.

Library: Extensive Resources for Legal Studies

Nepal Law Campus is equipped with its own well-furnished library, offering a wide range of resources to support legal studies. The library includes textbooks, reference books, law journals, gazettes, and the Nepal Law Reports (NLR). In addition, students have access to an e-library.

Furthermore, students can avail themselves of resources at other libraries, such as the Central Library T.U. Kirtipur, Central Law Library Jamal, Supreme Court Library, Nepal Bar Association Library, Library of the Office of the Attorney General of Nepal, Nepal Bar Council Library, as well as the American Information Center and SAARC Library. Additionally, professors, researchers, and students have free access to the Wi-Fi Zone within Nepal Law Campus.

Computer Lab: Technological Support

Nepal Law Campus features a well-equipped computer lab with internet facilities. Students can utilize this space for various academic and research-related activities.

Sports: Balancing Academics and Recreation

To promote a healthy and balanced lifestyle, Nepal Law Campus offers both indoor and outdoor sports facilities to its students. Engaging in sports activities helps students rejuvenate their minds and maintain physical well-being.

Medical Facility: Ensuring Student Health

NLC understands the importance of student health and has its own dispensary to provide primary healthcare services. If required, students can receive medical assistance within the campus.

Classrooms, Moot Court, and Seminar Hall: Optimal Learning Environment

Nepal Law Campus provides well-furnished and equipped classrooms with multimedia projectors, ensuring a conducive environment for learning. Additionally, there is a separate Moot Courtroom and a seminar hall where students can enhance their practical skills and engage in interactive sessions.

Nepal Law Campus aims to provide comprehensive facilities and resources to support the academic and personal development of its students, creating a nurturing environment for aspiring legal professionals.

Admission Guidelines for Nepal Law Campus

1. Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Laws (B.A.LL.B.)

  • Duration: 5 years
  • Total Seats: 105
  • Description: This program combines the study of Arts and Law, providing a comprehensive understanding of legal principles and their societal implications. It equips students with a broad knowledge base and skills for a successful legal career.
  1. Eligibility: Applicants must have completed 10+2 or an equivalent examination with at least a 'D+' grade in all subjects.

  2. Application Process: Interested candidates should apply when the Faculty of Law, Tribhuvan University, announces admission for the B.A.LL.B. programme.

  3. Entrance Exam: All applicants, except foreigners, are required to appear for an entrance exam conducted by the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Law, TU. The entrance exam consists of subjective and objective tests.

  4. Language of Exam: The entrance exam can be taken in either English or Nepali.

2. Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.)

  • Duration: 3 years
  • Total Seats: 600
  • Description: The LL.B. program focuses on providing students with a solid foundation in the field of law. It offers an in-depth study of legal concepts, principles, and practices, preparing students for diverse career opportunities within the legal profession.
  1. Eligibility: Candidates must have completed a Bachelor's degree from a recognized institution to be eligible for the three-year LL.B. programme.

  2. Application Process: Applicants can apply for the LL.B. programme during the general admission period for master's degree programmes at Tribhuvan University.

3. Master of Laws (LL.M.)

  • Duration: 2 years
  • Total Seats: 85
  • Description: The LL.M. program provides advanced legal education to graduates who wish to specialize in a particular area of law. It offers a range of specialization options, enabling students to develop expertise in their chosen field and pursue career opportunities at the highest levels of legal practice or academia.
  1. Eligibility: Students seeking admission to the two-year LL.M. programme can apply during the admission period for other master's degree programmes at Tribhuvan University.

  2. Entrance Exam: Applicants, excluding foreigners, are required to appear for an entrance exam. The exam is conducted in either English or Nepali and follows the syllabus of the Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) Jurisprudence.

4. Three Years Master of Laws (LL.M.)

  • Duration: 3 years
  • Total Seats: 35
  • Description: The three-year LL.M. program offers specialized studies in various legal areas. It allows students to deepen their understanding of specific legal disciplines, enhance their research skills, and broaden their career prospects in academia, legal practice, or public service.

Admission Process: The admission process for the three-year LL.M. programme is similar to that of the two-year LL.M. programme.

Nepal Law Campus, with its wide range of programs and esteemed faculty, aims to provide high-quality legal education to students and nurture their intellectual growth, critical thinking, and professional skills.


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  • Library
  • Sports
  • WiFi-Campus
  • Auditorium
  • Labs
    Science Lab
  • Medical Facilities
    Health Care
  • Conference
  • Multimedia
  • Parking
  • Online Journal
  • Counselling
  • Scholarship
  • Tour
  • IT Infrastructure
    Computer Lab
  • Conference Hall
    Conference Hall

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Diksha jha

Can i study law here after SEE?

Diksha jhaPosted 3 years ago

Manibhushan Prasad Kushwaha

I am new student

Manibhushan Prasad KushwahaPosted 3 years ago