BMS College of Law was established in the year 1963 by Sri. B S Narayan, under the ageis of BMS Education Trust. The Trust is named after Dharmaprakasha Rajakaryaprasaktha Sri. B. M. Srinivasaiah, whose vision brought about the foundation of the first private Engineering College in the State of Karnataka. The College is affiliated to Karnataka State Law University (KSLU) and is approved by the Bar Council of India, New Delhi.
The BMS College Of Law is situated in the heart of the city, offers;
With an aim of imparting quality Legal Education, BMS College of Law has a strong foundation and infrastructure with highly qualified and dedicated team of faculty committed to providing world class learning experience. Eminent Alumni of the institution form a strong professional network and work tirelessly to contribute back to the Institution.
The institution boasts a spacious library with a collection of 18000 books and journals which are updated periodically. The Moot Court training persuaded by the college, effectively equips the students in enhancing their litigating skills.
The training and placement cell of college assists the students in obtaining timely allotment for the mandatory internships in leading NGOs, Corporate and Law firms of the country. The cell also takes initiative in conducting placement related activities such as training programs, mock interviews, general aptitude and group discussion with special emphasis on soft skills, ethics and professionalism to promote rate of employability.
BMS Educational Trust presently runs exceptionally reputed Institutions providing education to a large section of students in domains covering Engineering, Law, Science, Commerce, Information Technology and Architecture.
The institution is well connected with established personalities across the country.
The Institution takes pride in mentioning the association of eminent personalities such as:
“The teaching and learning at BMS College of Law is holistic and meaningful to challenges of legal education. One of the oldest Law Colleges that has created numerous legal luminaries and political figures. The main challenges of the legal education today are not only contextual underpinnings of law but also to develop legal skills of the students so that they become analytical, problem solver by strategizing the legal requirements and effectively communicate within the legal context. We are constantly innovating to ensure that our students are competent to confront emerging legal challenges. I am hopeful, the brochure will serve handy information to the students about their career programmes.”