ICFAI Law School implements mentoring process to help new students joining the law program. The students are divided into groups. Each group will be mentored by one faculty member from the ICFAI Law School. The process is aimed at helping the students to come out of their academic & non-academic problems and streamline their inherent skills towards gearing up for the best career options.
Clinical courses are the compulsory courses for the students. These courses are considered as essential tools which help students to learn professional ethics and the skills of drafting, writing pleading and advocacy. ICFAI Law School is committed to contributing to the society by way of spreading legal awareness, legal literacy and by providing legal services through its Legal Aid Centre. It plans to coordinate with the District and State Legal Services Authorities in solving the disputes of the local people.
The internships form an important component of law education at ICFAI Law School. It is an attempt to bridge the gap between the professional world and academic institutions. Internship introduces students to real-life situations. Students are encouraged to take up assignments, which are multi-disciplinary, goal-oriented, time bound and involve teamwork. Students of BBA-LLB (Hons.) Program undertake the internship program at the end of each year during the summer holidays. The students are sent to the law firms, corporates, advocates offices of judges of the High Courts and Supreme Court, NGOs, Consumer Courts, etc., to gain practical knowledge.