Law after Graduation- BHU

BHU Law College, Benaras

The law college at BHU was one of the branches of the varsity that came into being much earlier. Finally in 1964, the foundation of the new building specially dedicated to teaching law was laid by the then prime minister of the country, Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri. Mahamana Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya, the founder of this university, served for many years as Dean of Law School. BHU law college is one of the pioneer institute to offer LLB degree in our country. The Banaras Law School was one of the six universities in India to start Clinical Legal Services. The model developed by Law School has been judged as the best model by Justice P. N. Bhagwati, former Chief Justice of India.

Admission Criteria

For admission in the LLB course, the law college conducts an undergraduate entrance test (UET) during May every year. The applicant should also score minimum 50% aggregate in his/her graduation to be eligible for UET. The total seats are 230.

Fee structure

The fees at BHU law college for LLB course starts at Rs. 3850 for the first semester.


The law college is designed in the similar structure as that of Harvard Law School. It consists of five distinct wings which are the academic wing, well furnished chambers of faculty members and faculty lounge made by offices of the faculty administration with more facilities like lecture theatre, classrooms and seminar rooms on the ground floor and library, moot court, classrooms on the first floor.