NALSAR has a general practitioner, Dr. L.E.J.Chandrasekhar, and a gynecologist, Dr. M. Lakshmi, who visits the campus three times a week, as well as a full-time nurse who looks after the medical needs of the students. The nearest hospital, MediCiti Institute of Medical Sciences, is less than 10 km away and the university has its own emergency department. The NALSAR Library has a collection of over 27,000 objects, including legal reports, journals, journals, manuals and selected publications of textbooks and other resources. The Legal Resource Centre is the hub for all library activities and aims to achieve the university`s research and academic goals. Its rich collection of primary and secondary legal resources is accessible to all users on campus. The VPN-configured Public Access Online (OPAC) catalog can be accessed from any device inside or outside campus.
 It aims to provide online information on the availability of securities and to allow users to apply for loans, book renewals, access to patronage accounts and other information services. Unlike traditional OPACS, each dataset provides bibliographic information with links to table of contents pages, reviews, editors` ratings, and peer reviews and reviews.  The library has a repository of UN collections. A separate department houses all deliberations of United Nations organs. The print collection is complemented by online access. During the international rounds of Philip C. Jessup Moot Court Competition 2006 in Washington, D.C., Nalsar was voted one of the top eight teams in the world. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. In 2010, the Nalsar team finished semi-finalist in the Jessup International Law Moot Competition.  NALSAR was among the top 12 teams and participated in the international finals of the 11th Annual Stetson Environmental Moot Court Competition held at Stetson University School of Law in Florida in November 2006. Nalsar won second place in the first edition of the ICC trial competition in The Hague, a feat he repeated in 2011.   In 2009, Nalsar won the D.M.
Harish International Moot Court Competition. The team also won the awards for best speaker and best researcher. In 2011, Nalsar was a semi-finalist in the Asia-Pacific rounds of the Manfred Lachs Moot Court Competition.  In 2012, Nalsar won the Monroe E. International Media Law Moot Court Competition Award at Oxford University.  Nalsar students have excelled both nationally and internationally. The law school covers 55 acres (22 acres) and is divided into five districts. The first is the administrative block adjacent to the academic block.
The academic block includes classrooms, conference rooms, library, internet center, moot court and research centers. The building consists of five separate dormitories for boys and girls. The entire campus is compatible with the WiFi network.  The stadium is the fourth, while the Faculty of Law Dining Room is the fifth. Among the various buildings are the commemorative work “Keerthi Stambh” and a replica of Auguste Rodin`s “The Thinker”. An auditorium with a capacity of nearly 500 seats was also completed.  The law school covers 55 acres (22 acres) and is divided into five districts. The first is the administrative block adjacent to the academic block.
The academic block includes classrooms, conference rooms, library, internet center, moot court and research centers. The National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR) was established in 1998 by a statute of the State of Andhra Pradesh. Since its inception, the university has been the home of important conversations about law and justice. These conversations recognized that justice issues arise in all legal activities, whether in the worlds of court, business, education or administration. Using law as an instrument of social change, the university has supported crusades for land rights, empowerment of people with disabilities, and against moral policing and hate speech. NALSAR is committed to creating an ethical legal culture that protects and promotes the rule of law. The social justice agenda is no laughing matter, but the university believes that the cause of building a society based on the rule of law is an ongoing endeavour that is sustainable when undertaken with optimism and good humour. The National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR) was established in 1998 by an Act of the State of Andhra Pradesh.