Distance Education in Law

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To begin with let us first know what “distance education” is, this merely means when you acquire knowledge about something without your physical presence. The advantages of this mode of education are that it is flexible, time saving, affordable and you can pursue it along with your jobs. However, the Bar Council accords no recognition for BA/LLB through distance mode or evening colleges for practicing as an advocate.

However, sometimes these courses are required to help professionals to gain knowledge about the field they are working in, and also facilitate to have legal implications, so that they can curb out any risk beforehand.

The Bar Council accords no recognition for BA/LLB through distance mode or evening colleges for practicing as an advocate. If you want to practice as a lawyer you have to necessarily enroll in a recognized college or university and complete the three-year course in regular model.

The Hindu, FEBRUARY 15, 2010 00:00 IST

College Website
National Law School of India University, Bangalore , Karnataka http://did.nls.ac.in
Banaras Hindu University, Banaras. http://www.bhu.ac.in
Faculty of Law- Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi http://jmi.ac.in
Kalinga University, Bhubaneswar http://www.kiit.ac.in
NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad http://www.nalsar.ac.in
ILS Law College, Pune http://www.ilslaw.edu
Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, Punjab http://online.gndu.ac.in/
IGNOU, New Delhi http://www.ignou.ac.in/
Symbiosis Centre for Distance, Pune http://admissions.scdl.net
University of Mumbai, Mumbai. http://mu.ac.in/portal/