Candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination from a recognized Board with a minimum of 45% marks in aggregate (40% marks for SC/ST candidates)
Age limit - 20 years (General), 22 years (SC/ ST/ Backward Communities, and candidate must have appeared for CLAT/ LSAT /Alliance Common Law Admission Test (ACLAT)
Admission is made on the basis of merit in CLAT/ LSAT /ACLAT, personal interview, scholastic and extracurricular record etc followed by Personal Interview
Alliance School of Law, Alliance University also uses other parameters such as scholastic and extracurricular record for admission. The final selection of the candidate will be based on the overall performance in the Admission Selection Process
The course includes Political Science, Sociology, Economics, and English subjects as minor areas of study to supplement the wide range of law subjects that its graduates are required to study. It will prepare its graduates in the domestic, international and comparative law subjects.Students have the option to select honors in Economics; Sociology; or Political Science by studying three additional subjects in their chosen area of honors and specializations are offered in subjects like Business Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, Criminal Law and Constitutional Law.