The college has its own Moot Court room, a Ladies’ room, and a well-equipped library.

The following centres are run by the Law College:

  • Legal Aid Centre – Established in 2005, this centre undertakes pro bono work, providing legal aid to those who cannot afford to hire lawyers.

    This centre also organises a Legal Literacy Camp in two or more villages every year to spread awareness about legal rights and duties. The messages conveyed are made easy to understand and enhanced by presenting them through drama etc. Legal advice may also be imparted, depending upon the nature of the problem.

    From time to time the centre has also played the role of a Mediator.

  • Cell Against Sexual Harassment - This cell was established in 2006 in order to prevent sexual harassment and provide protection to those potentially at the receiving end; and in case there is such an incident to aid the victim to procure justice

  • Women’s Development Cell – Established in 2007, the cell aims to provide guidance on various women’s issues such as divorce, maintenance, property rights etc.

  • Right to Information Cell – This cell, established in 2008, imparts information about the Right to Information Act, 2005. If needed, help is given to fill up RTI forms as well.