Campus Details



Kashmir Law College was founded by the erstwhile Shadab Educational Trust and is now incorporated under the Companies Act, 2013 as SHADAB FOUNDATION FOR EDUCATION AND CHARITY, to impart quality legal education to meet the challenges of globalization. Although there is a Law department in the University of Kashmir, yet the erstwhile Shadab Educational Trust took a bold decision to introduce the first law college in the private sector in Srinagar city, located at Nowshera which is about 8 Kilometres away from the District Court Complex, Srinagar.  The College is in close proximity of  the University of Kashmir and Institute of Medical Science, Soura. It has a beautiful campus spread over an area of 8 Kanals of land.  The College is now permanently affiliated with the University of Kashmir and recognised by the Bar Council of India.

INFRASTRUCTURE:The College has a huge building which has well lighted and ventilated classrooms, moot court room, Library, common rooms for Boys and Girls, Principal’s office, separate Office for non-teaching staff with separate wash rooms for ladies and gents. The college also provide first-aid facilities to the students and the staff. Serious health complication if any, are treated on priority basis at Sheri Kashmir Institute of Medical Science, Soura Srinagar which in close proximity of the College. 




COMPUTER FACILITIES:Computer Law forms an integral part of the learning process in legal education. The College has a well-equipped computer lab with licensed software for providing intensive training and guidance in computer related programme. Trained computer professionals provide support and services to the students constantly. Internet facility is also available in the lab for the benefit of the students and the faculty.


MOOT COURT:The College has a separate Moot Court Room which is designed on the pattern of a District and Sessions Court. Moot Court competitions are organized within and outside the College to enhance the advocacy skills of the students. . Each student is required to take part in Moots organized at the college level. The students are also fully prepared to compete in moot court competitions organised by other universities and institutions. Moots help the students to make them adept in communication skills in legal profession. The endeavour is to enable the students to learn the art of persuasion, to identify the legal issues and prepare arguments.