The Indian Law Society was established in 1923 as a Public Charitable Trust registered under the Societies Registration Act. The Indian Law Society established the Law College in 1924, which has since then established itself as a premier institute for legal studies in India. In 2004, the ILS Law College was accredited the A+ level by NAAC.
Set amidst a sprawling green campus in the heart of Pune, it offers students a holistic environment that encourages exposure to social, cultural, and physical activities that complement the top-of-the-class legal education imparted by the college.
Ranked amongst the top ten law colleges in the country by the India-Today ORG MARG survey.
A model of cultural integration with over 1600 students from across the country and abroad on roll.
Has faculty comprising of highly qualified and committed scholars.
Has a library rated among India's best with over 45,000 books, journals and periodicals.
Has an enormous range of students' clubs and societies, particularly mooting, debating and drama, along with sports, trekking and other extra-curricular groups.
Partnership with University of Warwick, British Council, NLSIU Bangalore, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, etc. Supported by Ford Foundation to sustain innovation in teaching techniques and methods of learning during 1996-2000.
Placement Cell sought after by some of India's top Corporate Law firms and practising Advocates.
Situated in the Indian Law Society's campus extending over 175 acres of land with a backdrop of a beautiful hill.
It has a library of about 45,000 volumes plus about a hundred periodicals, one of the biggest law libraries in India. Some of the old law reports available in the library are nowhere else to be found. The library is also equipped with modern amenities like a photocopying machine and computers.
ILS Law college offers courses in the Three Year as well as the Five year LL.B. Degree, Master's degree in Labour Laws and Labour Welfare and Diploma in Taxation Laws. These details are retrieved from www.ilslaw.edu
Mission & Vision
Translated, it means "We will make the whole world 'Aaryam'".
The word 'Aaryam' refers to moral, cultural and spiritual excellence leading to eternal happiness. It shall be the ideal of this Society, for accomplishment of which, its efforts will always be directed towards an all round elevation of the entire population of this vast country. It should be raised to a level of equality on a higher plane ensuring everlasting peace, prosperity and higher mentality. The Society looks forward to a period of time when as a result of advancement of the people in their morals and outlook on life, the distinctions on the ground of birth will disappear by reason of all reaching a higher level of mental and moral excellence. The prayer of the Society will be to raise the nation to that ideal and its efforts will always be directed with that end in view.