Department of Law, established in 1988, is actively engaged in post graduate teaching and research. Every year 100% pass in the examination with either distinction or first class.40% of the students are qualifying the National Eligibility Test of University Grants Commission to selection of teachers. 50% of the law teachers in Kerala recruited after 2005 are from the Department. Department is actively engaged in extension activities like giving legal aid to poor through permanently established Kerala University Legal Services Clinic, Legal Literacy camps, training programmes seminars and workshops.
A well maintained, equipped and furnished library has a total collection of 3772 books including about 1000 bound volumes of journal. The prized collections include 'The Halsburys Laws of India' (77 vols), 'The Indian Appeals',(45 vols) "Central Acts and Rules" (22 vols), Constituent Assembly Debates (9 vols.). The reports of the Law Commission of India'(16 vols), 'Moores Indian Appeals' (14 vols). The library has a comprehensive collection of books dealing with various aspects of Law like The Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Intellectual Property Rights, Human Rights an the related aspects of Law like Sociology, Political Science, Research methodology etc.