Shri Ram Murti Smarak College of Law has an independent residential campus with all-weather roads, lush green lawns, playgrounds, Multi-Purpose Hall and Gymnasium on the campus. The campus is aesthetically planned and designed with exquisite facilities. SRMS College of Law is affiliated to Mahatma Jyotiba Phule University, Bareilly and also approved by Bar Council of India. The College of Law also has facilities like Computer lab, Moot court, well-equipped library, online subscription of journals etc.working of courts, pleadings, arguments, admissibility and relevancy of evidence that differs from case to case.
Black Coat, white band, arguments, comprehensive knowledge of law, eminent social status and worthwhile profession these words embossed impression of “ADVOCATE” “ATTORNEY” “VAKIL” “PLEADER” “BARRISTER”. But it should be appreciated that career in law is not only confined to litigation, rather there exists diversified careers and as per need of the hour, such opportunities knock the door of law graduates. Development and dispute are not opposed to each other rather they are complimentary to each other. Therefore, the more we develop the more disputes will arise and there will be more requirement of professionals to resolve the disputes.working of courts, pleadings, arguments, admissibility and relevancy of evidence that differs from case to case.
Apart from conventional academics SRMS College of Law focuses on updated learning techniques, communication sessions, seminars, mock interviews and other such techniques to cater the needs of ever-growing society and legal profession.working of courts, pleadings, arguments, admissibility and relevancy of evidence that differs from case to case.
So for getting into the boat of dynamic, lucrative and emerging legal professions one has to be trained and acquainted with laws, its concepts, its jurisprudential basis, landmark and recent judgments, rationality behind judgments, practical knowledge of working of courts, pleadings, arguments, admissibility and relevancy of evidences that differs from case to case.