A right choice for you is that of distance learning, cause as far as I know no good college would permit admission on your terms and condition.
Enclosing list of few prominent distance learning courses in Law:
NATIONAL LAW SCHOOL OF INDIA UNIVERSITY (NLSIU), BANGALORE
Two year Master of Business Laws (MBI.)
One year PG Diploma in Human Rights Law
One Year PG Diploma in Medical Law and Ethics
One year PG Diploma in Environmental Law
One year PG Diploma in Intellectual Property Rights Law
NATIONAL ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES AND RESEARCH (NALSAR) UNIVERSITY OF LAW, HYDERABAD
Post Graduate Diploma in Patents Law
Post Graduate Diploma in Media Laws
Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber Laws
Post Graduate Diploma in International Humanitarian Law
NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY, JODHPUR
Three year Masters Degree in Criminal Law, Criminology and Forensic Science
Three year Masters Degree in Trade Related Laws
One year Post Graduate Diploma in Security Laws and Management
One year Post Graduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Laws.
SOME LAW COURSES OFFERED BY OTHER UNIVERSITIES IN INDIA
One year diploma in law of taxation
Three year BAL (Bachelor of academic laws)
Three year BBL (Bachelor of business law)
Two year BGL (Bachelor of general laws)
One Year Diploma in labour laws with administrative law
One year PG Diploma in criminology and forensic science
INDIRA GANDHI NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY (IGNOU)
PG certificate programme in cyber laws
PG certificate programme in Indian Patents law
IP regime and human rights
I hope this helps.
All the Best...