The school offers a five-year B.A. LL.B program at undergraduate level and a two-year LL.M course at graduate level. Founded in 2012, the motto of the college is “Ethical Legal Education with smile.”
NaLC offers a five-year B.A. LL.B. at undergraduate level. The college used a yearly evaluation method for all the batches enrolling up to 2015. However, starting from 2015, as per university rules, the college started using semester system evaluation.
The first two years of the course consist of law and social science subjects. Starting in the third year, all the courses are legal subjects. Three seminar courses will be offered by professors in the third, fourth and fifth year. This same system has been carried forward to the semester evaluation system where.
The LL.M course runs for two years [Four Semesters] and has three compulsory subjects each semester. The college offers four optional subjects. The students choose at least two of the four optional courses that have been provided. Each course consists of 3 credit hours in total, with total of 15 credit hour in a semester.
National Law College has taken part in the National Rounds of Henry Dunant Moot Court Competition and has reached the regional round multiple times. The college is also a regular participant of Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. The college has conducted social work research in remote areas of Nepal from 2013-2017 A.D. National Law College also conducts a legal drafting residential program with International Legal Foundation (ILF), Nepal. The college has taken part and been a part of multiple inter-law college football tournaments with the ladies team winning 2016 edition of NLSC Inter-law college football tournament and the gents team coming in as runners-up. In the 2017 Edition of this tournament hosted by Rotract Club of Nepal, the gents team turned out to be the winner of the tournament.
National Law College has a well-established and furnished library with more than 10,000 books. In addition, it also has digital library system accessible from college premises containing more than 3000 books and periodicals.
National Law College publishes NaLC Law Journal annually. In addition to this, it also publishes NaLC e-journal in bi-monthly basis. National law college has set-up different law research center viz. Civil Law research center, International Law and Human rights research Center, Constitutional Law Research center.