The Institution hosts modernized and well equipped moot court. It gives a holistic approach to the students in practicing law.
Moot court facilitates the students an opportunity to participate in proceedings similar to that of a real court.
The students are trained in various skills like drafting briefs (memorials), oral arguments, research works by eminent Judges, Lawyers and Guest Faculty members. The professional skills are embedded and shaped through moot court that helps them in their professional career.
A Well furnished English language lab is established in our college. To impart the LSRW (Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing) Skills of students the lab is equipped with High Performed system which are having the latest versions of language learning softwares. Besides, the lab inculcates the skill of drafting and presenting their argument in the form of writing with the assistance of well equipped practicing advocates.
The College is having a modern internet lab with high speed internet facility to expose the online knowledge of the students and it allows them in exploring their ideas in the field of legacy and connects them with the outside world. It promotes the interest in making themselves updated in every judgment issued by any courts.
The library is the ‘heart’ of any academic institution and plays an important role in all academic activities and, the more so, in law institutions. The library has been planned keeping in view the aims and objectives of the Central Law College and is being operated by a team of professionally qualified library staff. It has a collection of over 30,000 volumes covering a wide range of general and special subjects, comprising of text books, reference books, back volumes of journals and reports etc., apart from current legal periodicals. The Library functions from 9.30 A.M till 5.30 P.M. on all working days of the week.
The library has an open access system to facilitate readers to have easy access to the library resources. The Central Law College Library envisages to established links with other important libraries in and around Salem in order to provide inter-library access for the benefit of students in locating literature as well as information in their areas of research, general reference, current awareness and relevant catalogues have been introduced. An orientation programme is also organized for new students to help them acquaint themselves with the library system and services and for enabling maximum utilization of the available resources.
The Central Law College has introduced computerized facilities for both housekeeping as well as information retrieval. Since it now has a leased line connection to the internet, it is possible to have easy access to information directly from all available computerized databases all over the world, not only in the field of law but also in other disciplines. Keeping in mind the vision to create an E-Law Library, all efforts have been contemplated.
MANUPATRA and similar Indian databases have also been made available for both students and faculty. The Library has CD-ROMs search facilities and it has also acquired important CD-Rom databases such as SCC-Online and AIR etc.
The Library has all state-of-the-art gadgets with Wi-Fi internet connection. The Library is fully Air-conditioned.
The Institution has been established with smart class rooms includes air condition, Smart board that facilitate the students in making their learning process out of tedium. The newly imported benches made of wood make the students more comfortable in accommodating themselves in the classrooms.