About us

Late Shri M. C. Shah
Founder Vidyabhavan

Daulatbhai Trivedi Law College was established in the year 1966 as a public charitable trust registered under the Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950 by Vidyabhavan Trust.

Formerly known as Navgujarat Law College it is now known as Daulatbhai Trivedi Law College subsequent to its renaming performed by the Hon’ble Justice A.H.Ahmedi, Chief Justice of The Supreme Court of India, on Sunday 22 January 1995.

The Law College has its building with full infrastructure –Staff room, Moot Court Room and computer equipped library with Legal Journals and Law Reports including various magazines. As faculty we have leading Advocates from High Court of Gujarat, Civil Court and the Criminal Courts of Ahmedabad, who impart practical knowledge to young aspiring lawyers.

Mr. Mukesh M. Shah who holds the reins as Managing Trustee is a well-known Chartered Accountant with established practices in India and South Africa. He takes keen interest in imparting legal education for furtherance of legal knowledge of graduates.

Message from Managing Trustee

About College

Financial Category of the College:Grant In Aid.
Type of College:Affiliated to Gujarat Uni
Date of Establishment of College:15-06-1966
Date of UGC Recognition (Under 2f and 12B)F21/80 (CP):17-06-1972
Location of College:Urban


P.R.Desai:15-06-66 to 31-12-90
N.C.Jani:01-08-90 to 31-12-90
M.M.Desai:01-01-91 to 30-04-03
Dr.J.H.Daxini (I/C):01-05-03 onwards

Renaming Ceremony

Initially D.T.Law college was known as Navgujarat Law College. It was established in June 1966. It was renamed D.T.Law college on Sunday 22-1-1995 under the auspicious presence of Justice A.H. Ahmedi, Chief Justice of Supreme Court and Justice S.B.Majmudar.

Our Mission

To make value oriented law professionals for reaching the lofty ideals of justice and demand their valuable right for building their bright career through law degree.


Our Vision

Daulatbhai Trivedi Law College, Navgujarat campus is a 46 year old institution, working with a high, noble vision and mission.