School of Law offers B.Sc. LL.B.(Hons) is a five year integrated undergraduate program which prepares students for opportunities in the field of science, technology and law. The mode of imparting education as part of this program is through 3D Aspects of Law i.e., Law in Text; Law in context; and Law in Practice by classroom teaching, lab experiments, as well as through case studies, moot courts and client interviews etc. 

The Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences (RUAS) provides a distinctive and appropriate multidisciplinary and cross-disciplinary knowledge ecosystem to offer such a unique blend of law, science, and technology program. The University is located adjacent to Indian Institute of Science (IISc), National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS), Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) office and many public sector entities to provide access internship/​mentorship/​practical exposure. The University has actively pursued internationalization as one of its core strengths Chicago, USA; George Mason University, USA; Indo-European Education Foundation (IEEF), Warsaw, Poland; and Texas A&M University, Texas, USA. This enriched eco-system provides inert-disciplinary perspectives and opportunities to engage for students of Law.

RUAS’ School of Law is committed to give to their students state-of-the-art and world-class facilities.

  • World class infrastructure.
  • Regular Moot Court Session mentored by Team of Faculty.
  • Excellent, Well Equipped library.
  • Eligible faculty from Top Law Schools would be grooming the students.

Law students are trained for extremely competitive fields of law. School of Law will provide practical exposure to students through practical knowledge, along with theoretical knowledge. School of Law aims at providing quality legal education to students.

RUAS’ School of Law has been approved by Bar Council of India (BCI) with a view to cater to the requirements of the legal profession. Students across the globe are groomed for bright professional careers by providing wide range of exposure on theoretical as well as practical aspects of law.