The College which is in the heart of the city, was started during 1984-85 under the aegis of the Seshadripuram Educational Trust. The Trust started the Institution with a cherished ambition to impart legal education which is a very important step towards spreading legal awareness and empowering the helpless in the society. The College is affiliated to Karnataka State Law University, Hubli and recognized by Bar Council of India, New Delhi. It conducts three year LL.B. Course since 1984. From 2004-05 Five Year LL.B. law course has been started. The college has a Governing Council duly constituted by Seshadripuram Educational Trust. Sri K. Krishnaswamy, advocate has been the Chairperson of the Governing Council. All the members of the Governing Council are accomplished academicians, legal luminaries, management experts and persons of eminence in public service. Governing Council meets regularly four times a year to review academic and administrative work
Information Brochure will be sent by post on payment of Rs 300/- through a Demand Draft in favour of "The Principal, Seshadripuram Law College" Payable at Bengaluru.
Every student's admission to the Course is provisional subject to the approval by the University. In case of non approval the student will have to seek readmission to the I year LL.B. Therefore the students are hereby warned to submit the required documents at the earliest and in case of delay, College authorities are not responsible for non-approval or cancellation of candidature of their admission to the I Year LL. B. For any reason if the admission is not approved or cancelled tuition fees paid by that student will not be refunded.
To seek admission or for promotion to the next semester the student should have paid the examination fee for the previous semesters.
Students appearing for the first time for any semester examination should have paid the tuition fee for that class and the examination fee for the previous semesters, promptly. If the student fails to pay the examination fee for any semester then his/her admission to that particular class stands cancelled automatically. He/she will have to seek readmission to that class by paying tuition fee again and pay the examination fee for the odd or even semester in that class and then only that student will be allowed to write the examination.