New Law College, Ahmednagar was established 22nd June 1970 at the auspicious hands of Late Shri. Balasaheb Desai, the then Revenue Minister of Maharashtra. The word ' New' in the name of 'New Law College' shows the intention of the society to produce law graduates who will be able to meet the challenges of modern era and make them budding social engineers with legal knowledge. The college seeks to impart legal education, which will be more meaningful and effective in the present circumstances. In the year 1970, New Law College was stared with LL.B(3year course). In the year 1985 LL.B (5 year course) was added. Besides we are running Diploma courses in Labour Laws, Taxation Laws. Recently in the year 2009-10 Diploma in ADR also started in the college.
Our institution is fully aware that throughout the world, higher education institutions are functioning in a dynamic environment. In India also, the institutions of higher education are facing many challenges and are undergoing significant changes from time to time. Moreover, as there is a need to expand the system of higher education, the impact of technology on the educational delivery, the increasing private participation in higher education and the impact of globalization (including liberal cross-border and trans-border educational imperatives), this have necessitated such marked changes in the Indian higher education scenario. Therefore, these changes and the consequent shift in values have been taken into cognizance by our institution on the basis of the core values which are formulated by the NAAC.
We glad to make you know that our institution has a remarkable capacity to adapt to changes, and at the same time pursue the goals and objectives those have set forth by our institution. Contributing to National Development has always been an implicit goal of our institution. Our institution have a significant role in human resource development and capacity building of individuals, to cater to the needs of the economy, society and the country as a whole, thereby contributing to the development of the Nation. Serving the cause of social justice, ensuring equity, and increasing access to higher education are a few ways by which our institution can contribute to the National Development. It is therefore appropriate to highlight how our institution is responding and contributing towards National Development
Prof. M. M. TambePrincipal
Dear Students, The legal education is a need of contemporary world in view of new economic policies across the world. Like medical, engineering and other professional disciplines, the law discipline has also emerged as one of the vital discipline through which ample career opportunities are available for the law graduates. The students who passed either 12th exam or graduated in any discipline are eligible to pursue legal education through 5 year and three year law courses. Apart from these courses, the college also runs Diploma in Taxation & Labour Laws and ADR. Recently the college has offered Post Graduation in Law through credit based two year LL.M. course Therefore, I must congratulate you for choosing law course for better career opportunities in different walks of life. Simultaneously, I also congratulate other aspirants who are continuing law education through our college.