GOVERNMENT LAW COLLEGE MUMBAI
GOVERNMENT LAW COLLEGE (GLC) MUMBAI
Any discussion of the India’s legal system & legal culture today is incomplete, in fact, meaningless without a mention of the Government Law College. If one looks back over the years, One becomes aware of the immeasurable role this pioneering law institution has played in the judicial, political, social life and historical background of India.
The Government Law College has completed 148 years if establishment on 5th September 2003. The institution tries to impart fine and sound legal knowledge. Over the years the Government Law College has been encouraging co-curricular activities, like Moot Courts, debates, essay competitions and other activities which help in improving the legal knowledge and the oratory and literary skills of our aspiring advocates. It has also encouraged extra curricular from sports to music, dance and drama. Moot court competitions have been held since 1936. The college has also been publishing the College Magazine since 1930 and the Law Review since the past few years.
The students have regularly and actively participated in all the activities. The diversity in college has been represented through the various committees like the Student Council, the Moot Court Association, Magazine Committee, Law Reivew Committee, Social Service League, Legal Aid Committee, Sports Committee, Dramatics Committee, Music Circle, Hindi Parishad, Marathi Mandal, Gujrathi Mandal Bazme-Urdu, Placement Committee and Rotract. The College now has a new Library stack room, a Seminar room and additional lecture rooms which are located in the Annex Building that was completed in September 1988. In keeping with its principles of being an educational institution with a rich heritage yet modern outlook, we may be sure that whatever the future may hold for the College it is certain to stay abreast with the changing times.