Sri Lanka Law College

The Sri Lanka Law College functions under the Council of Legal Education Ordinance as amended to administer legal education. The Council of Legal Education consists of the Chief Justice (who presides over it), the Attorney - General, two other Supreme Court Judges, the Secretary to the ministry of Justice, the Solicitor - General, two members nominated by the Bar Association of Sri Lanka and six members appointed by the Minister of Justice.

The Sri Lanka Law College conducts a 3 year course of study. At the end of each year and in the month of April the college conducts examinations for students of all 3 batches i.e. Preliminary, Intermediate and Final Years. After passing these examinations, a student is required to undergo a period of six months apprenticeship under an Attorney at Law with not less than 8 years of experience.

Sri Lanka Law College is a self - financed institution. Visiting lecturers are drawn from both the official and unofficial Bar. All of them are either President’s Counsel or experienced lawyers who are academically qualified.

244 Hulftsdorp Street,
P.O. Box 1501,
Colombo 12.

+94 112 473 119/ 323759
+94 112 385 847

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