KSL International Research and Outreach Center

Kathmandu School of Law International Research and Outreach Center is home to community outreach programs, clinical legal education training, national and international residential programs and seminars including APMA - KSL residential induction courses and intensives. It has the residential facility to accommodate around 200 students and faculties at any given time. It has two multipurpose conference halls consisting of the latest audio-visual facilities, two classrooms, a library, a reading room supported by 24 hours solar energy system and internet facility. 
Situated around 35 KM from the main campus, locations of this campus allow students to see the beautiful snowcapped mountain ranges and patterns of floating clouds in the azure sky. The campus is eco-friendly using water collected through rainwater harvesting.
The outreach center, situated in the laps of the Himalayans, surrounded by a diverse variety of plants and trees is equipped with fully functioning solar panels. With the capacity of holding around 150 people at a time, the outreach campus hosts an array of residential programs and international student exchange programs, namely: Conference on Economic Social and Development Rights, The Kathmandu Dialogue and others.  Along with the serene environment away from the hustles of the Kathmandu city, the campus is also home to different varieties of organically grown fruits and trees with farm animals. The view tower in the outreach campus gives the scenic and breathtaking view of the Himalayas and the organic tea served along with it provides the unique opportunity of student - teacher dialogue providing an experience unlike any other colleges.