Web-OPAC Auto-Library Portal
Our College was established in July 1909. Prior to the establishment of this Institution the teaching of Law used to be imparted in Patna College. Till 1917 the College was affiliated to Calcutta University .
When Patna University came into existence in 1917, it became affiliated to it. Up to 1st January, 1952, Patna Law College was a Government institution and functioned as an independent unit. From that date it became a constituent college of Patna University under the Patna University Act. 1951.
This Centre of higher education, which is exclusively devoted to legal education, has the privilege of producing two Chief Justices of India, namely, Hon’ble Mr. Justice B.P. Sinha and Hon’ble Mr. Justice L.M. Sharma.
The Patna Law College library is well stocked with text books, reference books, Law journals, AIR and magazines. The College recently get the membership of INFLIBNET through which students were allowed to access the E-Books and E-journals.
Huge number of Rare Books Collection like Supreme Court Cases, AIR Journals, Bar council Reviews, References Books.
To make society more responsive and creating awareness among downtrodden communities who must feel that their role in nation building is noticed, appreciated by the functionaries of the state and by the society at large and creating an environment where people around of Patna Law College come and seek guidance regarding their socio-legal problems. ”
To raise young citizens with excellent standards of civic consciousness. To encourage methodical learning of Law and its principles. To integrate contemporary learning practices like ICT with the traditional approach of class room teaching.
The Patna Law College family is committed to follow a set of continuing Core Values. These values are focused on the continuations development of institutions with changing of times and to shape our Vision and Mission.
The Library’s Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) can be accessed in Internet and Intranet to search all the bibliographic records available in the Library database. The OPAC can be searched by author, title, subject, keywords, publisher, and class number. The OPAC also provides information about new arrivals of journals/book, Issued books, On Shelf books etc. in the library.