About Kathmandu School of Law
Kathmandu School of Law (KSL) was established in 2000 AD in affiliation to Purbanchal University, a state University. It is an emerging institution pioneering in the field of legal education and is dedicated to maintain high standards of academic excellence. Its prime objective is to address the need of an academically sound and practically feasible legal education in Nepal. It marks a paradigm in modern methodological teaching to generate future leadership in field of law and justice with special focus to work for the interest of the community.
International Residential School on ESDR (With Diploma)
Since 2005 KSL has been organizing International Residential School on Economic, Social and Development Rights. ESDR Alumni Association has been tasked with the responsibility of holding the 10th ESDR International Residential School on the theme of "Right basedapproach to post-disaster reconstruction" . The 21 day-long Residential school will be a first of its kind diploma course analyzing the impacts of international organizations in furthering economic, social and development rights of these countries.
Moot Court Lab & Competition
The school has constructed a well-setup court room for a simulation exercise on cases. Moot court practice is the important method of teaching law to prepare students for competent advocacy. This moot court room has been dedicated to learned advocate and judge Lava Dev Bhatta.
Kathmandu School of Law Review
The launch of the Kathmandu School of Law Review is one of several actions being undertaken at Kathmandu School of Law, Nepal (“KSL”) to raise the quality of legal and social research in Nepal. The Kathmandu School of Law Review (“KSLR”) will be the bi-annual flagship journal of KSL. We would like to take pride in being one of Nepal’s very few and foremost publications which will be both faculty and student run. With a fully-supported peer review of manuscripts and a collaborative review and publication process, we are committed to initiating and encouraging scholarship in the region.