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Dr. Bhupesh Malla Buzarbaruah,

M.A., LL.M.,Ph.D.



B.R.M Govt. Law College was established in 1914 as Earle Law College. Named after Sir Archdale Early, the then Chief Commissioner of Assam, it has been a pioneer institute for legal studies in this part of the Country. It is a culmination of public sentiment and genuine demand of the people of Assam and vision of some of its eminent sons like Manik Chandra Baruah, Nabin Chandra Bordoloi, Tarun Ram Phukan, Rai Bahadur Bhuban Ram Das, Rai Bahadur Kalicharan SEn, S.N.Lahiri who saw it passed by the Education Conference held at Lord Curzon Hall (Now Nabin Chandra Bordoloi Hall) on September 12th,1912. This experimental measure which was set up for 5 years has now completed 100 years of establishment. It has come a long way since then and has produced innumerable legal luminaries.

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                Guwahati, or Pragjyotishpur as it was called in ancient times,occupies a unique place in development of Assamese Nationality, its culture, customs, art and literature,sports and education. Alongwith the establishment of Cotton College in 1901,Raibahadur Bhuban Ram Das and Manik Chandra Baruah had another venture in their mind for the people of Assam. As good number of students of this part of the country had to go to Calcutta (now Kolkata) for pursuing a degree in Law.. Baruah through his rentless efforts could convince the British Government and ultimately the Hunter Commission in 1903 recommended the establishment of a separate law college for Assam instead of having law classes in Cotton College. The then Chief Commissioner of Assam Sir Archdale Earle took all necessary steps for a law college in Assam.


LL.M 1st sem classes,2019-20 will be commence from 3rd December

National Seminar on IPR

National Seminar on Intellectual Property Law


Programme for the National Seminar 12th Feb, 2020.


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