Maharashtra National Law University Mumbai (for short MNLU Mumbai) is the latest of the National Law Schools established in India. The Maharashtra National Law University Act 2014 was passed by Maharashtra State Legislature under the Maharashtra Act No. VI of 2014 on 20th March 2014. The Act envisages to establish and incorporate National Law Universities in the State for the development and advancement of legal education and for the purposes of imparting specialized and systematic instruction, training and research in systems of law and for the matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
Library: The air conditioned university library has more than 3600 books and over 700 back volume journals / Law Reports, including Supreme Court Cases, All England Law Reports, The Law Reports Appeal Cases, Weekly law Reports, Halsbury Laws of England, Manuals, Commentaries, Indian Journal of International Law, American International Law Cases, All India Report, Bank CLR etc. The Library has a subscription of various newspapers and magazines in three different languages, i.e., English, Hindi and Marathi. The resources of the library are being upgraded day by day.