"I have a special affection and regards for BMS College of Law because of the confidence that the college had reposed in its students. In 1973, when I was pursuing my LL.B. here, I couldn’t pay the fees and I had not submitted my exam application. Noticing this management asked me the reason and I said I don't have enough money to pay the fees. The management was so generous that it permitted me to pay only the examination fees exempting tuition fees. I cannot imagine any other college which would show such generosity towards its students. I am ever grateful to the Management and the College for this. Thus, I feel BMSCL offered me the best opportunity to develop skills in community interaction and development."
-H.S. DwarakanathAdvocate and CEO of HSD ASSOCIATES
"I was a student at this college between 1972 and 1975. I did my LL.B. here when Prof. V Krishnamurthy was the Principal. Sri Y Ramachandra, former Mayor of Bengaluru, was the Chairman of the college. He used to visit the college every day to ensure smooth administration and used to spend time with the students and motivate them to become lawyers. He ensured that the library was open throughout the day for the benefit of students. Prof. M D NanjundaSwamy, L G Havanur, Prof. C B Motaiah, Prof. B Venkatakrishnappa, Prof. H R Venkataramaiah, Prof. W K Joshi and Prof. A V Srinivas were our teachers. With such stalwarts as our teachers, we had no choice but to be good lawyers. Therefore I owe my professional career entirely to the BMS College of law. I am sure even now the faculty is equally good and inspire the modern day youth to take up the legal profession in a big way."
-Prof. Ravi Verma KumarAdvocate General, High Court of Karnataka, Bengaluru
"I am an alumnus of this college. I did my LL.B. between 1978 and 1981. The college has continued to be a premier institute of law. The best jurists and stalwarts in legal profession have taught different subjects in this college. It is heartening to know that BMSCL is celebrating its golden jubilee and I sincerely wish it shall also celebrate platinum Jubilee."
-Justice. SathyanarayanaHigh Court of Karnataka, Bengaluru.