KLU College of Law is established from the Academic Year 2015-16 with the prior approval of the Bar Council of India (BCI). At present the College is training students for the Five Year Integrated BBA.,LL.B., Program.

The College is being run on the lines of National Law Schools in India. The Vice Chancellor of National Law School of India University, Bangalore Prof. R. Venkata Rao and the Central Information Commissioner and former Professor of Law at NALSAR, Hyderabad, Prof. Madabhushi Sridhar, Justice K.G.Shankar,Retd judge of AP High Court are the External Experts on the Board of Studies in Law. The Program Structure and the detailed syllabus have been finalized with the assistance of the experts.

KLU has a highly reputed Management faculty who are training the students in the courses on Business Administration.



1. To be a centre of excellence in legal education and research
2. To be a catalyst in law reforms.


1. To impart and disseminate knowledge of law and legal processes;
2. To develop among students and scholars of law a sense of social responsibility to serve the community in the field of law.
Program – Bachelor of Business Administration and Law (BBA; LL.B)
Duration – Five Years
Started in Academic Year 2015-2016


1. Should be able to stimulate compassion and creativity in the field of legal profession.
2. Strengthen intellectual growth and the capacity to develop ingenious and conscientious solutions to unique and varying tribulations of society and business environment.
3. Acquire leadership capabilities necessary for the competent practice of law and lifelong learning in practice
4. Pursue advanced education, research and development, and other innovative and pioneering efforts in the field of law.


The BBA; LL.B program in KL University is designed to meet the Program Outcomes as identified by Bar Council of India. These constitute a superset of program outcomes identified by National Assessment and Accreditation Council. a) Ability to gain knowledge of law and the application of such knowledge in practice;
b) Be proficient to use the fundamentals and vital principles in law;
c) Identify and solve the social, economic and cultural issues in law;
d) Ability to synthesis academic knowledge to legal problems and find solutions;
e) Recognize the ethical and professional responsibilities and the norms of advocacy ;
f) Ability to research, review, comprehend and utilize such knowledge for Law reform;
g) Converse effectively and work in inter-disciplinary groups and legal institutions;
h) To guide the trainee legal practitioners in the right direction;
i) Ability to understand the real life situation in legal profession and practice;
j) To make the student to learn aesthetically pleasing practice and make it socially relevant; PSOs
k) To equip skills required to deal with a fast changing business environment and legal arena (PSO1);
l) To acquaint with technological developments and to make suitable changes in the field of law and legal profession(PSO2)