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The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University was established by the Government of Tamil Nadu by an Act of State Legislature. It was inaugurated by His Excellency Thiru K.R. Narayanan, President of India on September 20th 1997. The University started functioning from 03.10.1997

The Objectives of the University as specified in the Tamil Nadu Dr.Ambedkar Law University Act 1996 (No.43 of 1997) are as follows.

  • To provide for the advancement and dissemination of knowledge of law and their role in the development of better education.
  • To promote legal education and well being of the community generally.
  • To develop in the students and research scholar, a sense of responsibility to serve the society in the field of law by developing skills in regard to advocacy, legal services, legislation, law reforms and the like.
  • In consonance with the objectives listed out in the Act, the University has drawn up the following broad policie
  • The Tamil Nadu Dr.Ambedkar Law University aims towards advancement of legal education and promotion of knowledge of law in general. The University will strive to improve the communal harmony and achieve the goal of egalitarian society through legal literacy programmes.
  • The Law University will strive to promote the skills of advocacy among the law students and research scholars so as to serve the society with a sense of responsibility while providing legal services, making legislation and suggesting law reforms.
  • The Law University will organize “Moot Court” Competition for the students of various Law Colleges in Tamil Nadu; such competition will be conducted at the national level also.
  • The Law University will organize suitable programmes to impart basic legal knowledge for those living in the remote and rural areas.
  • The Law University will hold examinations and confer degree, titles, diplomas and other academic distinctions on persons who shall have pursued an approved course of study in the University, University College or any college affiliated or deemed to be affiliated to the University.
  • Teaching and training in various branches offered for specialization in Law will be improved in terms of course content, methodology of teaching/training, etc.
  • A separate Gender Justice Centre will be established. It will concentrated on finding solution to the legal problems of women; this will function as a Counselling Centre to guide women to get equality in treatment on par with men.
  • The Law University through its programmes will work towards achieving social progress, national, equal justice, equality and fraternity.
  • The Law University will function as a coordinator center for all the institution dealing with law (Government, Judiciary and its administrative wing, Police & Legislature) to realize their social responsibility.

5, Dr. D.G.S. Dinakaran Salai,
Chennai – 600 028.





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