Download the app to find the best colleges for you
Download now

List of Popular Law Entrance Exams in India 2023: Check Dates for Registration, Admit Card, Examination, and Results

AindrilaUpdated On: July 31, 2023 06:38 pm IST

Some of the popular law entrance exams such as CLAT, LSAT, AILET are a gateway for students to get entry into the top law colleges of India. Check out some of the important law entrance exams in India along with the important dates.

List of Top Law Entrance Exams for Law Admissions in India

Are you someone who is wanting to pursue law as a career? There has been a tremendous increase in the number of legal jobs available in both the Public and Private sectors. As a result, there is a demand in the field of law and more candidates are taking up law courses after their Class 12th. With adequate skills and correct eligibility criteria, students can easily study law after clearing any of the law entrance exams that are being conducted in India. The scope is also huge as students can choose to become a Civil Litigation LawyerCriminal LawyerLegal AdvisorLegal JournalistGovernment Lawyer, Legal Analyst, or Judge.

With increased demand and career opportunities, law aspirants are preparing hard to crack the different national, state and university level law entrance exams to get admission to top colleges of India and pursue courses like LLB, Integrated B.A. LL.B., BBA LLBB.Com LL.BB.Sc. LL.B., LLM, and Integrated MBL-LLM/ MBA-LLM.

Law aspirants can now take a closer look and find the relevant information about what all law entrance examinations are conducted at the University, State and National levels for admission to various law colleges/universities of the country.

Popular Law Entrance Exams Schedule 2023

Law aspirants must check the table given below where all the important dates of the top law entrance exams in India are given. Take a look at the popular law entrance exams dates: 

List of Law Entrance Exams

Application Start Date

Application End Date

Admit Card Release Date

Date of Entrance Examination

Mode of Exam

Result Date

CLAT - Common Law Admission Test 2024

June 2023

To be NotifiedTo be NotifiedDecember 03, 2023


To be Notified

AILET - All India Law Entrance Test

September 07, 2022

November 20, 2022

November 25, 2022

December 11, 2022


December 19, 2022

LSAT - Law School Admission Test

November 10, 2022 (January Cycle)

Closed (May Cycle)

January 11, 2023 (January Cycle) and

May 31, 2023 (May Cycle)

January 2023 To be Notified (January Cycle)

May- June 2023 (May Cycle)

January 22, 2023 (January Cycle) and June 8 - 10, 2023 (May Cycle)

Online, Remote Proctored Mode

February 10, 2023 (January Cycle) and TBA (May Cycle)


5-Year LLB -  March 01, 2023

3-Year LLB - March 15, 2023

5-Year LLB - March 23, 2023

3-Year LLB - March 20, 2023

5-Year LLB - April 14, 2023

3-Year LLB - April 29, 2023

5-Year LLB - April 20,2023

3-Year LLB - May 02-03, 2023


5-Year LLB - May 21, 2023

3-Year LLB - May 22, 2023

CULEE (Christ University Law Entrance Exam)

To be Notified

To be Notified

To be Notified

To be Notified


To be Notified

UPES Law Studies Aptitude Test (ULSAT)

December 19, 2023 (5-year Integrated LL.B and LL.M)

June 08, 2023 (5-year Integrated LL.B and LL.M)

April to June 2023

April 28- June 11, 2023 (5-year Integrated LL.B and LL.M)


July 2023


March 23, 2023

April 22, 2023

May 15, 2023

May 20, 2023


To be Notified


March 02, 2023

April 29, 2023

TS LAWCET- May 16, 2023

TS PGLCET- May 16, 2023

3 Year LLB - May 25, 2023

5 Year LLB and LLM - May 25, 2023


August 2023

Kerala LL.B Entrance Exam (KLEE)

5 Year LLB - To be Notified

3 Year LLB and LLM - To be Notified

3 and 5 Year LLB - To be Notified

LLM - To be Notified

5 Year LLB - To be Notified

3 Year LLB and LLM - To be Notified

5 Year LLB and LLM - To be Notified

3 Year LLB - To be Notified


5 Year LLB - To be Notified

3 Year LLB - To be Notified

LLM - To be Notified


To be Notified

To be Notified

To be Notified

To be Notified


To be Notified

Army Institute of Law Entrance Test (AIL LET)

April 05, 2023   

May 16, 2023

June 14-24 2023  

June 24, 2023


July 06, 2023

DU LLB Entrance Exam
(on the basis of CUET 2023)

March 20, 2023

May 05, 2023

June 02, 2023

June 05-12, 2023


To be Notified


April 09, 2023 

April 11, 2023

May 19, 2023

May 21, 2023, to June 02, 05 and 06, 2023


June 2023

(on the basis of CUET 2023)

March 20, 2023

May 05, 2023

June 02, 2023

June 05-12, 2023


To be Notified


Phase 1- December 10, 2023
Phase 2: April 05, 2023
Phase 3: May 16, 2023

Phase 1- April 05, 2023
Phase 2: May 05, 2023
Phase 3: June 04, 2023
Phase 1-  April 2023
Phase 2: May 2023
Phase 3: June 2023

Phase 1- April 14-18, 2023
Phase 2: May 14-20, 2023
Phase 3: June 07-08, 2023


Phase 1- April 28, 2023
Phase 2:  May 23, 2023
Phase 3: June 24, 2023

Also Read:National Level Law Entrance Exams in India

Application Forms for Popular Law Entrance Exams in India

The application form can be looked up from the direct links given below. Check out the application process for the top law entrance exams in India.

Syllabus for Popular Law Entrance Exams in India

It is usually seen that the syllabus for all law entrance exams in India is similar. Although the subjects vary depending upon the level of the exam, 3-year or 5-year UG or PG. The links given below will provide the detailed syllabus of the popular law entrance exams.

Exam Pattern for Popular Law Entrance Exams in India

To ace any law entrance examination, it is compulsory to be well-versed with its exam pattern. The table given below contains the links to the detailed exam pattern of the popular law entrance exams in India.

Preparation Tips for Popular Law Entrance Exams in India

If you are hunting for the ideal preparation strategy to ace the popular law entrance exams in India, check out the links given below.

Top National-Level Law Entrance Exams

Candidates can check some of the top national-level law entrance exams given in the following table:

Top State-Level Law Entrance Exams

Here, in the table given below, candidates can check out some of the top state-level law entrance exams:


Conducting Authority





Kerala LL.B Entrance Exam (KLEE)

Commissioner for Entrance Examinations (CEE)


Osmania University, Hyderabad



Top University/ Institute Level Law Entrance Exams

The following table lists some of the top university/ institute level law entrance exams:

Also Read:State-Level Law Entrance Exams in India

Admissions Through Top Entrance Exams in India

Go through the links below to find out the colleges that accept the top law exams for admissions.

In a nutshell, all those planning to take law entrance exams to get into the legal profession will now have a fair idea about some of the top law entrance exams they can take.

With the help of application and exam dates, candidates can mark their calendars and avoid missing important deadlines. They can also call on our toll-free student helpline number 1800-572-9877 or fill the Common Application Form (CAF) for any admission-related query. Drop your queries in the Q&A zone to get your doubts resolved.

Stay tuned to CollegeDekho for more news and updates about law careers, courses and exams!


Why do candidates study law?

In recent years, candidates are preferring to study law as it provides quite a good number of high-paying jobs. A law degree will give you the skills to become a successful lawyer but requires intellectual skills and good communication skills. Law aspirants should keep in mind that they have to apply a practical approach while solving cases.

How can I prepare for a law entrance examination?

To prepare for the top law entrance examinations such as CLAT, AILET or LSAT, the candidates must focus on the following subjects, English Language, Current Affairs including General Knowledge, Legal Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Techniques (Mathematics). With proper dedication and study plan, it is easy to clear any law entrance examination. Know the syllabus very well and understand the exam pattern of the examination, as the exam pattern might not be the same for all entrance tests.

How to crack law entrance tests?

Law entrance exams have become quite competitive nowadays as lots of students are studying law and want to make a career in law. As entrance exams such as CLAT, AILET and LSAT India witness thousands of students every year we have shared some tips so that you can easily crack the entrance exam. Firstly, keep yourself updated with the latest news around the world and country, then focus on improving your vocabulary as English is an essential part of the law entrance exams. To crack the exam, you will be judged on your analytical skills so try to practice old question papers and sample papers of the exams. After you’re done with your syllabus attempt mock tests daily. 

Can I apply for CLAT?

If you’re above 17/18 years of age and are an Indian citizen or NRI, PIO, or OCI, then you are eligible to apply for CLAT. if you’re aspiring for CLAT LL.B then you have to complete Class 12 with a minimum of 45% marks but to apply for CLAT LL.M, you must have at least 55% marks in your LL.B degree. All the required documents need to be submitted at the time of counselling, otherwise, your admission will be cancelled. 

Is CLAT easy to crack?

CLAT is one of the most popular law entrance examinations in India where thousand of students appear for the exam. There is tough competition as candidates securing a higher rank will get a chance to get into one of the top National Law Universities. It is not so tough to crack CLAT if you have prepared really well for the examination. The difficulty level of the CLAT question paper is usually easy to moderate level. 

What are the other law entrance exams apart from CLAT?

CLAT is definitely one of the top law entrance exams but apart from CLAT, there are other law entrance exams that offer admission to different law schools. Other law entrance tests include AILET, LSAT, MHCET Law, TS LAWCET, AP LAWCET, DU LL.B Entrance Exam, ULSAT, Kerala LL.B Entrance Exam, LFAT, etc. All of these exams are quite popular, while some exams are conducted at the national level, some are conducted state level. 

Among LSAT and CLAT, which is tough to crack?

If you are thinking to appear for a law entrance exam, then one thing that you should keep in mind is that law entrance tests can be easily cracked if your preparation is good. Now between LSAT and CLAT, it has been noticed that CLAT is comparatively a tough examination but it is not tough to crack. With confidence and a proper study plan, candidates can easily crack any of the law entrance exams. Start your preparation by making a preparation strategy where you need to complete the whole syllabus within a stipulated time and understand the exam pattern. Then comes your revision part where you need to solve question papers, sample questions and mock papers on a daily basis. 

What type of questions are asked in the AILET exam?

In AILET, the questions asked in the exam are objective-type questions. Keep in mind that AILET follows a negative marking scheme where 0.25 marks are deducted for every incorrect answer. The AILET examination is conducted in online mode. To understand the types of questions asked in the AILET exam, candidates should go through the previous years' question papers for guidance. 

What is the ULSAT exam?

ULSAT or UPES Law Studies Aptitude Test is a law entrance exam that is held online, CBT mode. The ULSAT examination is conducted every year by the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES) Dehradun. The maximum marks of ULSAT are 150, and each section carries 30 marks. A total of 200 questions are asked in the examination. Through ULSAT, candidates can get admission to 5-year integrated LL.B courses and 2-year LL.M courses.

How can I prepare for TS LAWCET?

The TS LAWCET medium of instruction is English, Telugu and Urdu. In the TS LAWCET exam, there are 3 sections and each section consists of 30 questions. The maximum mark that you can score in TS LAWCET is 120. If you’re appearing for the upcoming TS LAWCET examination, then you must make a preparation plan, get all the study materials, complete the syllabus and revise as much as you can. Complete your preparation by practising sample questions, previous question papers and mock papers. 

View More
View All Questions

Related Questions

Ums related : How I reset my password I forgoted

-AdminUpdated on November 25, 2023 03:50 PM
  • 46 Answers
Akansha Sirohi, CollegeDekho Expert

Dear Student,

You can reset your password by applying for password reset and the new password will be forwarded to the email ID through which you registered or to the mobile number through which you had applied.

You can check the details on the website of the university.


Information about hostel : Does hostel fee is included with total course fee???

-AdminUpdated on November 23, 2023 09:17 PM
  • 19 Answers
Jayita Ekka, CollegeDekho Expert

Dear student,

No hostel fees is separate from the tuition fees. 


Does LPU provide good placements?

-mayank UniyalUpdated on November 23, 2023 09:17 PM
  • 37 Answers
Saniya Pahwa, Student / Alumni

Dear Student,

Lovely Professional University has a dedicated placement and training department which oversees all placement-related activities. The cell trains students through activities like personality development programmes, guest lectures, industry visits, mock interviews, and a lot more. For the LPU placement 2022, Yasir M, a B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering graduate, bagged a CTC of Rs 3 crore per annum. Further, 1,050 companies visited the campus for placements, out of which, 504 firms offered a CTC of Rs 5 lakh and above. More than 8,400 internship and placement offers were made at LPU for the 2022 batch. 350 …


Do you have a question? Ask us.

  • Typical response between 24-48 hours

  • Get personalized response

  • Free of Cost

  • Access to community

Recent Articles

Recent News

Subscribe to CollegeDekho News

By proceeding ahead you expressly agree to the CollegeDekho terms of use and privacy policy
Apply Now

Top 10 Law Colleges in India

View All