Dispur Law College Was established in the year 1993. Aspiring to impart quality legal education, the college started functioning at the Gopal Boro Govt. H.S. School, Dispur, on 1st of February 1994. With the donation of the land neighboring to the historic Secretariat Building of Assam, by Smti Madhuri Das, wife of Late Dharmananda Das, I.A,S. (Retd), then Chief Secretary to the Govt of Assam and Sri Dalim Chandra Pathak, Advocate, the College was able to construct its own building. The foundation stone of the college building was laid by the then Chief Minister of Assam Karmashri Late Hiteswar Saikia on 9th March 1995. Since 1995, the college has been holding classes in its own building.
Almost with the two decades of experiment and experience, the College is thriving towards an excellent legal institution in the whole of North Eastern region. Dispur Law College’s outstanding faculty and extraordinarily gifted students and alumni, its prodigious resources and its prime location at the heart of the Capital of Assam, Dispur, all contribute to its leading role role in the regional legal education. The college today continues to be an exceptional institution with top position in rank from Guwahati University exclusively inspiring for the students of law. DLC aims at pioneering the legal aspirant with the sprit of competitiveness and innovativeness, enriching their knowledge and elevating their self-confidence and thereby expecting to have manifold qualities and knowledge not only of law but also of other disciplines which have relevance in understanding the socio-economic and political realities of the world at large.
Permanently affiliated to the Guwahati University , the college has also been accorded approval to all classes for Three Year and Five Year (integrated) L.L.B. course by the Bar Council of India. The College has received Govt. concurrence and no objection certificate along with assistance for the session 2014-2013 from the Government of Assam.
Located at the proximity of the Assam Secretariat Building, The College is well connected to the GS Road.