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Inauguration of St. Joseph's College of Law, Bengaluru

Published On : 15 Sep 2017   |  Reported By : media release


The newly established St Joseph’s College of Law, 18, Residency Road, Bengaluru, will be formally inaugurated on Saturday 16 September 2017 at St Joseph’s Boys’ School Auditorium, Museum Road, at 10 am.

Hon’ble Justice Kurien Joseph, Judge, Supreme Court of India, will be the Chief Guest.

Most Rev Dr Bernard Moras, Archbishop of Bengaluru, will bless and give the benediction.

Rev Fr Dr Jerome Stanislaus D Souza, SJ, Provincial of Karnataka Jesuit Province will preside.

The Law College is sponsored by Bangalore Jesuit Educational Society (BJES) which has been running some of the prestigious educational institutions in the city of Bengaluru, like St Joseph’s College (Lalbagh Road), St Joseph’s College of Commerce (Brigade Road), St Joseph’s Institute of Management (Primrose Road), St Joseph’s Boys’ High School (Museum Road), St Joseph’s Indian High School (Vittal Mallya Road), etc.

St Joseph’s College of Law has been approved by the Bar Council of India (BCI) New Delhi, and affiliated to the Karnataka Law University (KSLU), Hubballi.

The purpose of establishing this new Law College is to transform society by practice of law through promotion of justice

This is done through

• Training competent, ethically sound and committed lawyers
• Training professional graduates capable of integrating knowledge of legal theory, practical skills and professional values.
• Sensitizing the law students to the various Socio-legal issues of the Country.

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