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School of Law

Prof. (Dr.) Mahesh Koolwal


Department- School of Law


Ph.D, LLM, MA (Economics), Diploma in Russian, German and French Languages

Email – [email protected]

Research Area- Taxation


25 National Research Papers, Published 4 books.

Message of Director and Dean

The Global scenario of Legal education has witnessed a significant change in approach and a remarkable growth. Legal education in India too, has readily adapted to the global demands and every institution has geared up to meet the global challenges by harnessing the latest technologies in the field of legal education.  The move towards interdisciplinary studies, research based and interactive learning with technology integration have opened up several options as well as created multiple challenges.

School of Law has always endeavored to attain excellence. Every batch of students witnessed the similar zeal. Even though this year has made us witness extraordinary times, yet during these challenging times, the School of Law fraternity kept its pace of performance, achievements and protecting the academic interests of the students.

Even during this pandemic our students have performed well. They opted for online internships, participated in online webinars and courses and undertook research projects and publications.

The curriculum is revised and upgraded regularly to include emerging challenges and contemporary issues within the syllabi. The students are encouraged to participate in every activity and are prepared for every competition. We, at SoL, will strive to extend the same congenial environment of excellence that we have provided on campus and also to the concept of online education as well.

I am sure that students of SoL, JECRC University, Jaipur will strive to accomplish greater heights and opportunities in life. I wish them the best of luck.

“The School of Law should be a place of practice, precision, and progress”

Prof. (Dr. Mahesh Koolwal)

Dean, School of Law


Program offered

  • Integrated Course
  1.  B.A.LL.B. (Hons.)
  2.  B.B.ALL.B. (Hons.)
  3.  B.Sc.LL.B.(Hons.)


(a) Corporate Law

(b) Intellectual Property Law

(c) Criminal Law

  • Maters of Law (LL.M) – Two Years Program


(a). Corporate and Commercial Laws

(b) Intellectual Property Law

(c) Personal Law

  • Philosophy of Law (Ph.D.)

Curriculum and Co-curriculum Design:

Curriculum is designed keeping in mind the syllabi of various competition exams. At SoL we are providing specialisation in IPR and corporate law which help our students in corporate hiring. Time to time we organise professional development program  and Boot camps for our students on emerging fields of law like Arbitration,  IPR, Sports law, Fashion Law etc.  During pandemic we organised National Boot Camp on Performance and Practice of Arbitration in collaboration with Asian Institute of Alternative Dispute Resolution, Malaysia. The expert was from the major arbitration seat – UK, Singapore, India. The Patron-In-Chief was Dr. Lalit Bhasin, Chair, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators- India Branch Managing Partner, Bhasin & Co. The Event Director was Mr. Sameer Shah, Director, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators-India, Founder, S.U. Shah & Associates, Gujarat


Internship is mandatory from second till tenth Semester i.e students have to do total nine internships. Internships are provided by the university itself at the following platform:

  • Supreme Court, High Court ,District and Session Court, Law Commission of India, Various Ministries of Government of India ,Human Right Commission, Women Commission, Office of Police Commissioner, Registrar of Company, Banks, Law Firms, Insurance Company, Real Estate Company.
  • Senior Advocates, Legal Cell of PSU, Income Tax, Excise, Customs Office

Our students was interned at various Government Ministries like Ministry of Coal and Ministry of Environment & Climate Change, Government Organisation like Law Commission of India, National Human Right Commission, State Human Rights Commission, State Women Commission, Competition Commission of India, Law Firms Like J Sagar and Associates, IIFL, BSK Legal, New Delhi, Stanza Living New Delhi, Chir Amrit Law, Paras Kuhad & Associates, G.D Bansal & Associates, Vikas Kabra & Associates, Trade Innovation Services, Akhil Modi & Associates , MNC’S like Samsung, EY, Accenture other renowned advocates.

Moot Court:

 “Practical training is as important as theoretical study.” Keeping this in mind SoL has a fully equipped Moot Court Hall having a capacity of 150 students. Moot Court Competitions are regularly organised to enhance the research, mooting and communication skills. Till today 6 Intra and 2 National Moot Court Competions are organised. In JECRC Virtual National Moot Court Competition 26 teams were participated from all over India. Honerable Justice Dinesh Maheshwari, Sitting Judge, Supreme Court of India was the chief guest and Justice Pushpendra Singh Bhati was the guest of honour in the inaugural ceremony. Justice AK Sikari, Judge Singapore International Commercial Court was the chief guest and Mr Sharad Sharma, Judge, Uttarakhand High Court was the guest of honour in the valedictory ceremony.

Law Learning and Beyond Series:

Eminent experts in the field of Law, Practicing Lawyers, Retd. Judges and others dignitaries are being called regularly to interact with the students. The object of the series is that students must interact with the expert of various legal field and know the pro and cons with their experiences.  Even during pending chain of series was continued. Last year following renowed legal experts had joined us in this series: Mr. Harshit Sharma Judicial Magistrate, Rimjhim Mathur, IP Attorney, Mr. Nisheeth Dixit, Advocate & Cyber Law Consultant, Ms.  Roma Bhagat, Founder- Roma Bhagat and Associates, Mr. Subrajit Chanda-Sport Law Expert from OP Jindal, Mr. Sameer Gupta-Associate, Cyril Amarchand Mangal Das, Mr. Akchansh Kishore- Associate, Chambers of Mr. Pandey Neeraj Rai.

Lex Majstro: A Law Newsletter:

A Lawyer is a person who writes a 10,000 – word document and calls it a brief.” Keeping this vision in mind, the School of Law, JECRC University launched their Legal Newsletter “ Lex Majstro.” Till today 34 editions were published.

Legal Aid Clinic:

“What an amazing gift to help people, not just yourself.”? Barack Obama

With this spirit Legal Aid Clinic is established with the inception of SoL. Legal Aid Clinic regularly organized Awareness Camp & Surveys in the rural areas and 5 Villages adopted by the University for their socio-legal-economic-cultural developmentAlong with Legal Aid Clinic we gave opportunities to our students to serve society by actively participated in NSS and various Govt. sponsored program like Unnat Bharat Abhiyaan, Ek Bharat Shretha Bharat etc.

Entrepreneurship and Startups:

Academic excellence and vast experience in the field of research and innovation at JECRC University led to the inception of JECRC Incubation Centre in 2018 with a vision to handhold the campus as well as entrepreneurs from around Rajasthan to turn their ideas into successful startups.

JIC has become a one-of-its-kind startup incubation centre for young and ambitious startup founders who are addressing the big challenges and solving real problems through their businesses. We have built a collaborative entrepreneurial ecosystem and proven frameworks for early-stage startup founders to thrive upon and accelerate their startup growth.

Students from SoL also get benefit for their start ups from JIC. Till Today, 2 start up from School of Law got seed money from the university.

This foundation is achieved by our under graduate programs; which are offered in four streams B.A., LL.B. (Hons.), B.Com., LL.B. (Hons.), B.B.A., LL.B (Hons.), B.Sc., LL.B (Hons.). This Five Year Integrated (Hons.) Programme, with National Law Institute & as per the guidelines of Bar Council of India. FoL also Offer Masters in Law (2 Years  )  and Doctorate in Philosophy (Ph.D).  Law is a subject where you can develop a range of skills and explore many aspects of human life. Studying law as an undergraduate gives you the chance to sharpen your mind, strengthen your understanding and deepen your experience across the full range of humanities and social science. A law degree not only gives you the skill to be a successful lawyer but also a successful Businessman, Producer, Politician, Manager, Journalist, Police Officer or almost any other profession that requires intellectual strength combined with a practical approach to the world.

Courses Approved by “BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA” (BCI)


Integrated Courses (5 Years)

  • B.A. LLB (Hons.)
  • B.Sc. LLB (Hons.)
  • B.Com. LLB (Hons.)
  • BBA LLB (Hons.)
  • Along with specialization In Business laws and Intellectual Property Rights.

LL.M (2 Years) – Along with specialization in Personal Laws, IPR and Business Laws.




[POs.1] Critical Thinking: Explore and explain the substantial & procedural Laws in which they aremade/drafted and how students think and understand the legislative setup.

[POs.2] Effective Communication: Ability to learn the art of communicating and demonstrating theiroral advocacy skills. Projecting the facts in a way suitable to the client and power to convince on legal reasoning forms the essence of communication in courts of Law.

[POs.3] Social Interaction: Interpret And Analyze the legal and social problems and work towardsfinding solutions to the problems by application of laws and regulations.

[POs.4] Effective Citizenship: Inculcate values of Rights and Duties, and transfer these values to real-life through legal and judicial process for promoting community welfare.

[POs.5] Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to legal professional ethics, responsibilities andnorms of the established legal practices.

[POs.6] Environment and Sustainability:Understand the impact of the professional, legal solutions insocietal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of and need for sustainable development.

[POs.7] Life-long Learning:Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage inindependent and life-long learning in the broader context of legal change.


  1. An ability to apply profound understanding of legal facts and litigation process.
  2. Students will possess knowledge and understanding of substantive and procedural Law;
  3. Students will possess the ability to perform:
    1. Legal analysis and reasoning
    2. Legal research
    3. Written/Oral communication in the legal context
  1. Students will demonstrate the professional skills of collaboration, counselling and negotiation needed for competent and ethical participation as a member of the legal profession.
  2. Students will demonstrate a basic understanding of the Indian legal system;
  3. Students will demonstrate an ability to use legal authority and perform legal analysis;
  4. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
  5. A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning
  6. A knowledge of contemporary issues


A well-versed student in academics doesn’t equate for a well-versed student in experience clubbed with academic knowledge. A law student gains this experience and contemporaneously inculcates work ethics by interning. We Faculty of Law, JECRC University helps the students to get the best internships at government organisations, law firms, private institutions,under lawyers and Judge’s. Our Students have previously interned at Law Commission of India, Ministry of Coal and Mines, Ministry of Environment,National Commission for Women, State Commission for Women, Rajasthan State Legal Service Authority, Chandigarh State Legal Service Authority, Lok Ayuktta, AU Bank, ICICI Bank, Bank of Baroda, BSK Legal New Delhi, PKA Advocates, Chir Amrit and Kasliwal Chambers many more.


“And when it actually ended…there I was standing …feeling proud of myself on the fact that at last I overcome my inhibitions and presented my case in the boldest manner possible….”

Primarily, moot is the mock trial of how the legal proceedings take place in the courts. It is always regarded as a beginner’s guide. If you love challenges and arguments, then you can also develop a love for mooting during your life in law school. If you have decided upon advocacy as your career then mooting can be a great beginning for your dream. Every semester we organize Intra moot Court Competitions to develop the mooting and research skills of students. Till now 1 National Moot court competition, 5 Intra Moot Court Competitions have been organised and an Online National Memorial Writing competition has also been conducted.


This is a continuous academic learning program wherein faculty of Law invites various legal luminaries, experts and industry professionals for lectures, seminars and training programs. Till now we have conducted 12 distinguished lectures ranging from and touching upon various domains of law. Some of our dignitaries include- Justice NK Jain (Retd. Judge), Justice Panachand ji Jain (Retd. Judge), Dr. MK Bhandari ( Former Dean, Jodhpur University), Prof. Suman gupta (Kurukshetra University), Mr. Aditya Jain, Advocate on Record, Supreme Court of India.,Ms. Shiva Gaur, Advocate –NCLT and CSShri Suresh Chaudhary, Former Chief Information Commissioner, Rajasthan, Mr. Kaushlesh Pandey, Legal Consultant, Directorate of Enforcement, Ministry of Finance, New Delhi, Adv. Sanjay K. Chadha (Supreme Court of India), Managing Partner BSK Legal, New Delhi, Adv. Divesh Sharma, President, Indian Lawyers Association, Jaipur, Dr. Panch Rishi Dev Sharma, Assistant Professor, University of Lucknow, Mr. Kartik Adlakha,Senior associate, Trilegal, Top Law Firm of India.


Sr. No.Year of EnrollmentTotal No of Students


Sr. No.Faculty NameResearch TitlePublications/Presentations
1.Dr. Mahesh Koolwal
  1. Privileges of the Legislature
  2. Radical Changesin  Joint Family System
  3. Critical Analysis of Kelkar, Task Force–Report on Personal Taxation
  4. Human Rights and Value Education
  5. Challenges and Opportunities of Indian Agriculture Under WTO
  6. Investor’s Protection under SEBI
  7. Unification of Indirect Taxationvis-à-vis GST in India
  8. Competition Law and Intellectual Property (Co-Author)
  9. Preponderance of Foreign Direct Investment in Multi-brand Retail Trading in India
  10. Constitutionality of Taxation
  1. Journal of the Legal Studies (UOR), Volume XXIX, 1998-1999
  2. Journal of the Legal Studies (UOR), Volume XXX, 1999-2000
  3. Journal of the Legal Studies (UOR), Volume XXXIII, 2002-2003
  4. Future of Human Rights, Duties and Value
  5. Education: A Realistic View (Special Edition), Volume 1, 2008
  6. WTO and Agriculture Trade (Special Edition), Volume 1, 2009
  7. Journal of the Legal Studies (UOR), Volume XXXIX, 2008-2009
  8. Journal of the Legal Studies (UOR), Volume XXXX, 2009-2010
  9. Journal of the Legal Studies (UOR), Volume XXXXI 2010-2011
  10. Rajasthan Journal of Juridical Science, Volume I 2011
  11. Rajasthan Journal of Juridical Science, Volume I 2011
  12. Journal of the Legal Studies (UOR), Volume XXXXII, 2012
2.Dr. Namita Jain
  1. A Long Journey Towards Social Inclusion:Initiatives Of Indian Judiciary Legislation For Transgender
  2.  “Forensic Science and Constitution”
  3.  “Majority Shareholders Buying Out By Minority Shareholding: An Analytical Study”
  4. Human Right, HIV and AIDS: An Indian perspective
  5. A research paper on “Political Funding: Issues and Challenges”
  6. A research paper Corruption in Indian Judiciary: Time for Action
  7. A research paper Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition And Redressal) Act, 2013: Shortcomings And Suggestions
  8. A research paperHonour killing: Legal Aspect
  9. A research paper Labour Law and Economic Security”
  10. A research paper Foreign Direct Investment and its Effect on Retail Sector”
  11. A research paper Right to Education: A Window to Success”
  1. Book Chapter published in edited book- Human Rights in Indian Perspective Edition First ISSN 978-93-8-05507-0-1 by Bharti Prakaashan, Varanasi
  2. Published in Journal of the Gujarat Research society, PRINT ISSN NO 0374-8588 UGC –CARE List Group D Impact Factor 4.3, Peer Review, Vol.21,issue 10Nov. 2019
  3. Published in Journal of Global  Research & Analysis, PRINT ISSN NO 2278-6775 (A Multi-Disciplinary referred  National Research Journal) JUNE 2019,Volume 8(1), RNI-HARENG/2012/59126
  4. Published in Journal of Socio-Legal Studies and Research (JSLSR), Volume I, Issue II, Blind Peer-Reviewed Interdisciplinary Journal
  5. Published in ‘Indian Legal Solution Journal of Criminal and Constitutional Law Volume 1 Issue 2, 2019, ISSN: 2581-8465
  6. Published in International Journal of Legal Developments and Allied Issues Contemporary Law Review Edition Volume 3 Issue 6 November 2017 ,ISSN 2454-1273 by The Law Brigade (Publishing) Group
  7. Published in Journal On Contemporary Issues Of Law Volume 3 Issue 7 July 2017, ISSN Number 2455-4782 by Legal Syndicate Publishing House, Ahmedabad
  8. Published in Journal of the Legal Studies Volume XLVI,2015,ISSN 2321-8452  by Department of Law,University Of Rajasthan, Jaipur
  9. Published in Rajasthan Journal of Juridical Science, Volume II Issue II 2011, ISSN No.2320-7663 by University Five Year Law College, University Of Rajasthan, Jaipur
  10. Published in Rajasthan Journal of Juridical Science, Volume 1 Issue 1 2011,ISSN No.2320-7663 by University Five Year Law College, University Of Rajasthan ,Jaipur
  11. Published in Journal of the legal Studies, Special issue: Right of Child for Free and Compulsory Education in India, Volume XLII 2011 published by Department of Law, University Of Rajasthan, Jaipur
3.Dr. Tulika Singh
  1. Corporate Governance: An understanding
  2. “Global Perspective of Insolvency Law”
  3. Intellectual Property Right: Emerging Issues
  4. Make intern workshop
  5. “Crime related to Sport Science”
  6. “An Overview of impact of Changes in Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2018”
  7. An Analytical study on Insolvency and SARFAESI Act 2002”
  8. “FDI and its Role in Industrial Sector”
  9. “ The Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vendor) Bill 2012
  10. “Domestic Violence And Human Right”
  11. Labour law Reforms in India in Post Covid-19 Era”
  1. Presented a paper in National seminar on Legal Environment of Business in Changing Scenario organised by University Five Year Law College&DBA (UOR)
  2. Present paper in 46th Annual Conference organised by The Indian Society of International law New Delhi
  3. Participated in National Workshop on Intellectual Property Right : Emerging Issues Organised by University Law College (UOR)
  4. Organise Make intern Workshop in Association with Spring Fest IIT Kharagpur  as a Coordinator
  5. Present and Publish a paper in International Conference in Physical Education and Sport Science “Emerging Trends in fitness and Sports Science”
  6. Publish Paper in SLAA Publication IJBARR  An International journal
  7. Publish Paper in SLAA Publication IJMSRR An International  Journal
  8. Present Paper  National Seminar on FDI in Multi – Brand Retailing organised by UNIVERSITY of  RAJASTHAN
  9. Present Paper Organised by UFYLC (UOR)
  10. Present Paper –Workshop in (UFYLC) University of Rajasthan
  11. Participated in Webinar Organised by Dr, Ram Manohar Lohiya  NLU LUCKNOW
4.Ms. Namita JainE-Procurement System in India and Accountability of Government”Presented in National Conference on Government Accountability and Transparency: A Global Perspective organised by Asian Law College, Noida
5.Ms. Devashree Awasthy
  1. “The Modern Well-being condition of Women’s Empowerment Through Education in India”
  2. “ IPR and Need for collaborative Research to deal with Pandemic like COVID-19”
  3. “Uniform Civil Code and Constitutional mandate- A need in secular India”
  1. Paper published in IJRAR- UGC Journal. IJRAR_213764
  2. Conference for five days at MNIT University
  3. National Seminar in Vidhyasthali Law College, Jaipur on “Uniform Civil Code-Under Constitutional law of India”
6.Ms. Bhanu Gangwal“ IPR and Need for collaborative Research to deal with Pandemic like COVID-19”Conference for five days at MNIT University
7.Ms. Ravina Parihar
  1. “Rethinking poverty and the ways to end it”
  2. “Uniform Civil Code and Constitutional mandate- A need in secular India”
  3. “Knowledge and Awareness of the Reproductive Rights of Women: Issues and Challenges”
  1. Conference in S.S. Jain Subodh P.G. 9 Autonomous College, Jaipur
  2. IV- National Seminar in Vidhyasthali Law College, Jaipur
  3. Paper Presented on “Uniform Civil Code-Under Constitutional law of India”
  4. National Seminar in University Five Year Law College
  5. Paper Presented on “Reproductive Health Rights & Duties of women lives in Indian Social Life”


Eshita Trivedi (4th year)


  • Received a PPO (Pre-placement Offer), even before her  penultimate year.
  • Interned at Ministry of Coal, Government of India.
  • Interned at BSK Legal
  • Interned at PK Associates
  • Won number of National level debates, Moots and Extempore competitions


1. Dharna Rajpal

I am Dharna Rajpal, a law student from Faculty of Law, JECRC University, Jaipur. I am currently in my penultimate year (8th semester) of BBA LL.B (Hons.) with Specialization in Business Laws. I am the Student Coordinator of the Internship Committee. My faculties have been my biggest supporters, be it Moot Court competitions, acing good Internships, making us attend seminars, publishing and presenting research papers at various conferences. With the guidance and constant support of my mentors at Faculty of Law, I have completed one of my dream Internships at Competition Commission of India even during the hard times of Covid-19 and other 12 Internships with the help of my faculties since my 1st year of law till now. They have provided me various platforms to showcase my legal and communication skills to enhance my knowledge and skills. The law department here at JECRC University had various Committees for extra-curricular activities. Some of them are – Moot Court Committee (to prepare the students for Moot court Competitions at District, state, national and even at international level also.), Lex Majstro ( to keep us updated with the current affairs and legal knowledge), Internship Committee (for providing Internships at various law firms, NGO’s, Law Firms, Advocates, Courts, Government Organizations to make us learn the practical applicability of laws we study.) Also, we have a club named “Amicus Curaie” which organises various events like debate competitions, “Mann ki Baat”, one day guest lectures, etc on numerous themes of law. We have been to a number of legal visits such as Central Jail, Vidhan Sabha, High Court and the Supreme Court of India. I am thankful to my faculties for giving us exposure before entering into the legal work Profession.

2. Lakshita

I believe that everything in this world happens for a reason. When I became a part of JU, it made me realize that it’s not just a JECRC University for me but an institution that every day brings out the fire in me to go beyond my capacity. The environment of the Faculty of Law engraves in me the sense of responsibility and the curiosity to explore and learn new things. My college life is the amalgamation of fun in cultural events like JU Wow (Wonder of words), JU Rhythm; attending workshops and seminars and also participating in extracurricular events like debates, moots, mann ki baat, group discussion, judgment writing competition and many more. The faculty always motivates their students to gain practical experience through internships and legal aid and awareness camps. There is also an in-house legal newsletter that keeps us abreast of the important legal news. All over, I must say that law school brings out the fighter in us to fight and to prove ourselves as the best for this competitive world.

3. Piyush Jain

“College is something that ready you for the life ahead.”

As being part of School of Law, JECRC University it feels very enormous when you being surrounded by excellent faculties who always motivates and guides to accomplish more & more not only in academic but also on extracurricular activity like moots , Debates , Mann ki Baat , judgement writing competition & when whole team of internship committee is constantly working to get you learn from the best it always pushes you to improve & better. As JU also consist of Legal Aid Cell under which we also got an opportunity to spread awareness by visiting villages(During covid-19 we even did virtually awareness). I am extremely proud to be part of a such an esteemed University.

4. Priyanshi

Hello! I am a student of JECRC University pursuing BBA LLB (Hons.). I am currently in 4th year. It has been a great experience overall here in the JU. As law is more about practical experiences rather than theoretical knowledge, here we were imparted practical training through moot courts and internships. We have a panel of great faculty who are from reputed universities and are also having deep knowledge. All the faculty are very helpful, dedicated and they guided us all the time. Whenever we participated in National and International Moot Court Competitions they have always supported and motivated us. Opportunities to excel and develop skills are provided to all as we have various clubs, many seminars and workshops are organised and we were regulary exposed to eminent judges and lawyers for one-to-one communication during these expert lectures and seminars which were conducted every semester. Along with the academic curriculum, we were provided with ample opportunities to learn through various law beyond lecture series which were organised even during pandemic. Likewise, Professional Development Training Programs were also organised to enhance our knowledge once in a year. This university has nourished me and gave me an opportunity to define myself. I feel indeed honoured to describe myself as ‘JECRCian’.

5. Tuba Khan

I am pursuing B.A.LL.B (H.), at School of Law in JECRC University and the journey that I started at School ofLaw at this University 3 years ago is indeed one of the best decisions of my life. My inquisitiveness and eagerness in the law field was visible clearly by the way I carried myself. And I was very clear about my future choices. The University and the faculty members are very student friendly and approachable in nature. The faculty members make sure that all the sessions are interactive and interesting in nature. Their teaching methodologies backed by practical skills and intellectual comprehension have given me the confidence to pursue my career ahead. Their all-time support and motivation has enlightened me throughout the beautiful journey. Now, the most interesting thing to add on, is Mootcourt of our campus where law as a subject is taught to see that how efficient a student is in fighting an argument. Mooting in todays generation is the salient factor in lives of law students. Keeping that in mind the Department of Law of JECRC University organizes various Mootcourt in order to provide the exposure to their students. The University also helps out the students in internships at the precious law firms and at the Chambers of well known Advocates. Adding to that a lot of seminars, session of Mann ki baat, Debating Competitions etc., are held very frequently that gives a lot of practical exposure. Apart from the academic growth the University provides additional opportunities to students to carry their passion along with their studies. Various clubs are here as per the interest of the students, like Swarag for those who have beautiful voice, Abhivyakti for theater etc. The University has several other facilities to help you evolve as a student, from a well-stocked library, to amazing Mootcourt, Gymnasium, Club activities and many extra-curricular and co-curricular activities. So, I will recommend this place to all the students as this is the place where one learns more than one can expect.


The journey from a commoner to social engineer as they call it is supposed to be long and tedious, but it is not so for me.  It is a path of self discovery, tonnes of knowledge & bucket loads of experience and JECRC University made it possible with the support, encouragement and guidance. As an institute JECRC University always motivate its students to take challenges &  inspire them to excel in curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular.  The achievements of students in academia and various National & International competitions are the proofs! Being an active member of different clubs and committees teaches me that hard work and perseverance is the key to mark your presence.Working with “Lex Majstro – A law newsletter” for more than 2 years improved my skills and my whole team is glad to serve the best news to the whole campus by our very own In-House newsletter. My experience of working in Internship Committee, now me & my confidence on another level. Well equipped library, Moot courts, MUNs, Debates, Workshops, conferences, Clubs & committees are just a tip of the iceberg. The best thing about this is easy accessibility to faculties. “With a sufficient equipped campus, we have the right group of people that make it worthy of calling it a flourishing garden with all types of fruit bearing trees ready for the world to be tasted in.”

7. Shradha Sharma

JECRC University has been a great contributor to the development of my personality. I have established my leadership, time management and team skills and have also been able to advance these skills to the whole new augment level. Throughout the academic sessions, I was challenged to discover capabilities that I never knew I had. Along with academics, the University focuses on personality development which helped me build a rewarding career. As a law student interested in IPR, I believe that the drafting assignments will help me in my internships and my career as well. With an attitude of being ever ready to help, and not only delivering classroom teachings, but they are also the pillars of the learning gained from this esteemed university and this is a treasure for life.The professors here make the university what it is today. I am the student coordinator of  law club named “Amicus Curaie”. In this club we have organized various activities like debate competition, guest lectures, etc. One famous platform initiated by School of law is “Man ki Baat”, where every student is invited to share opinions on current debating issues. This helps us in enhancing our knowledge regarding these issues and it also aces speaking skills. Till now I have completed 15 internships under guidance of faculty of School of Law. I am also preparing for JESSUP 2021. We have also got a chance to visit Centra Jail, Vidhan Sabha, Courts, etc. Law Department of JECRC University provides help to students at each and every step. Internship Committee helps in getting good internships. Moot Court Committee helps in enhancing mooting as well as researching skills.


Professional Development Training Program on Intellectual Property Rights on 14th March 2019

The Faculty of Law, JECRC University, Jaipur organized a Professional Development Training Program on Intellectual Property Rights in collaboration with Trade Innovation Services on 14th March, 2018 at the auditorium of JECRC University, Jaipur. The Training Program was inaugurated by the members of Trade Innovation Services along with D.P. Mishra, Vice Chancellor, JECRC University, S.L. Agarwal, Registrar, JECRC University and Prof. Mahesh Koolwal, Dean, Faculty of Law, JECRC University on behalf of entire Faculty of Law, JECRC University. The opening remarks were given by D.P. Mishra, Vice Chancellor, JECRC University, Jaipur. Sir addressed all the gathering and welcomed the members of Trade Innovation Services. Then, the Program further headed towards the awareness of Intellectual Property Right among all the students of Law department. For this, the presentation on Intellectual Property Rights was given by one of the members of Trade Innovation Services which included brief idea about Patents, Trademarks, Copyright, etc. At the end, the program was ended by the Thank You note given by the Prof. Mahesh Koolwal, Dean, Faculty of Law, JECRC University, Jaipur.

National Seminar on Interference of Politics in Judiciary on 30th March 2019

On 30th March 2018 Faculty of Law, JECRC University organized a National Seminar in Auditorium of University.

Chief Guest was Justice Goverdhan Bardhar and Guest of Honor were Shri Ashok Vyas, Chairman, Permanent Lok Adalat, Sikar, Rajasthan & Retd. Judge, District and Session Court, Jaipur Metropolitan along with Dr. Rajesh Sharma, Vice- Principal, Rajasthan College and Director, Gandhi Study Centre, UOR, Jaipur, Shri O.P. Agarwal Chairman, JECRC University, Prof. Dhruva Prasad Mishra, President, JECRC University, Prof. Mahesh Koolwal, Dean & Director, Faculty of Law, JECRC University. The sole motive of FOL behind organizing this seminar was to bring out the thought of students in form of Research Paper though many students from different-different Universities all over India participated and presented their paper on various head which are follows-lessing the political interference to secure the independence of judiciary, Conserving the separation of powers among the 3 organs of the Government, Freedom of Judiciary and Political Interference, Post Retirements Benefits influencing Judiciary, Impact of Judicial Activism on Government.

Debate Competition on 28th August 2019

Faculty of Law, JECRC University, Jaipur organised a debate competition on 28th August 2019 wherein various students portrayed their skills and talents and competed against each other. The debate competition took place in three rounds on three different topics firstly The Democratic Judicial organ of the Democratic India is a myth or a reality? Secondly is Democracy in the safe hands vis-a-vis the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Bill, 2019, and lastly Use & Application of the DNA technology and Right to Privacy. After the final round after a heated debate on the topic Suyash Rajpurohit secured the first position followed by Shreya Dangyach, securing the second position after beating a total of fifty participants

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Plot No.IS-2036 to 2039, Ramchandrapura Industrial Area, Vidhani, Sitapura Extension, Jaipur – 303905 Rajasthan, India

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