Amity University Mumbai to accept LSAT India scores

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Updated on Feb 21, 2022 13:32 IST

Law aspirants seeking admission to Amity University Mumbai must know that from this year, the University will be accepting the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) India scores.

Amity University Mumbai accepts LSAT India scores

Amity University Mumbai has started accepting Law School Admission Test (LSAT) India scores for admission to BA LLB (Hons), BBA LLB (Hons) and BCom LLB (Hons).

The Amity Law School (ALS) accredited by the Bar Council of India (BCI) offers various law courses across different domains for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. They train law students in both the conventional areas and emerging fields including Social Justice, Intellectual Property, Environmental Law, and Human Rights by setting up the moot court, mock trials, mentor-mentee program and more to prepare the students for the legal profession.

From this year onwards, the candidates will be selected on the basis of their academic performance and LSAT India scores.

Dr AWS Kumar, Pro-Vice-Chancellor – Amity University Mumbai said, “Law as a career has emerged in the recent times and a large number of students want to pursue a career in law. LSAT—India is one of the most student friendly exams and the administration of LSAT—India twice this year would provide more flexibility to students. Moreover, the proactiveness of LSAC to administer LSAT—India in an online proctored format amidst these testing times show their inclination towards children who wish to make a career in the field of law,” as reported by the India Education Diary.

Yusuf Abdul-Kareem, Vice President, LSAC said, “We look forward to our new alliance partner who have made a mark in revolutionizing the education implementation in India. Amity University has a huge student base and can accommodate a large number of students who wish to make career in the field of law. We look forward to expanding our alliance partnership with more university in India in the coming times”.

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Sakshi Karjivkar

6 months ago

What is a good lsat score to get into Amity law school mumbai?

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