Laid over 55 acres, the NALSAR campus is a breathtaking mix of bold architecture and stunning landscaping..
First time visitors and parents often liken the campus—with its variety of trees, sprawling laws, and tastefully designed architecture—to a wildlife resort. The campus boasts of spacious dining halls, residential complexes (one each for men and women), a stadium, tennis lawns and even a small pond of its own. While classes take up the first half of the day, the campus lanes and pavements come alive as the sun sets behind the plateaus and palms in the horizon. Often, teachers and students are seen engaged in discussions over tea. At night, banter shifts to the night canteens, of which there is one in each hostel complex.
The NALSAR University of Law is a residential University. All students are required to stay in the University Halls of Residence. There are separate Halls of Residence for girls and boys. The administration of the Halls of Residence is the direct responsibility of the Resident Wardens.
Drama Club meetings are always interesting as each Drama Night sees a few members of the club declaiming their monologues based on a pre-decided theme. There are various drama exercises that are conducted such as ad-libbing as well as improvisation and dramatic readings. In 2012, the Drama Club put up a production titled "Turbulent Times" which was later showcased NALSAR’s official entry at the annual theatre festival hosted by NLSIU.
The idea behind the music appreciation club is to collectively expand our individual music taste by sharing music with each other. What we do when we meet is listen to a playlist of a certain genre and then engage in discussion on the theoretical, historical, social context of the music or simple reflection on how we think it sounds. The NALSAR student body has proved to be an invaluable reservoir of eclectic musical interests.