Message from the Dean
Every day, lawyers and legal professionals make a real difference in people’s lives. Our society looks to the legal profession for leadership in working through many of the most difficult issues that we face: balancing values of liberty and privacy against the need for security, establishing equality against a history of discrimination, ensuring the fairness of markets and safeguarding our economy, protecting the environment in the face of climate change, preserving free expression and religious liberty.
Our goal at School of Law is to prepare you not simply to manage the many roles that lawyers play but to fulfil the responsibilities that clients will entrust to you and that our society places on the profession. Our goal is to prepare you to overcome the challenges that you will face. To improve the lives of the clients you represent. To make our institutions stronger. To help our society find solutions that are effective and fair, smart and compassionate, principled yet practical. To excel.
Professors at School of Law will help you in your preparation to become a leader in the legal profession. Our professors demand high standards — not simply diligence but also intellectual openness and integrity. They will help you see important connections between the practice of law and principles of justice and fairness.
Perhaps most important, the School of Law community will support you throughout your time at School of Law and long after graduation. You will become an integral member of a large and loyal support system. You will get connected with the people who are involved in all aspects of the law, from government service to big business, litigation to arbitration, advocacy to legislation. You will benefit from that we call the Network Effect.
I invite you to check out more of our website to discover what you can do with a School of Law education. Of course, the best way to learn more about us is to visit us in person. We’re in the heart of Bangalore City. We are 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. This ecosystem helps us to prepare students for opportunities in the of field science, technology and law. At School of Law Teaching, learning and research is aligned to 3D Aspects of Law i.e., Law in Text, Law in Context, and Law in Practice.
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 has actively pursued internationalization as one of its core strengths for research, teaching and service with University of Illinois at Chicago, USA; George Mason University, USA; Indo-European Education Foundation (IEEF), Warsaw, Poland; and Texas A&M University, Texas, USA.