LLM (Master of Law)

Programme Highlights

EMPLOYABILITY & CAREER PATH WAYS :

Increasing Globalisation has led to emergence of various socio-legal issues like human rights, environmental policies, economical challenges, multinational trade and business, technological aspects etc. that demands for professionals having complexities/understanding of these issues. Therefore, specialization in certain field of Law can offer career opportunities in numerous fields such as Educational Institutions, Corporate Sector, and Legal Institutions and in governmental as well as non-governmental institutions to work as:

  • Legal Advisor in governmental departments or corporate sector
  • Law Reporters
  • Law teacher
  • Public prosecutor
  • Specialized Private practice
  • Legal Managers
  • Judicial Officers
  • Arbitrator/Conciliator

IN NUMBERS

Foundation Courses-03
Generic Core Courses- 15
Generic Elective -05
Dissertation

QUICK FACTS

I 1 Year – 2 Semesters – Full Time
I Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)
I Outcome Based Education (OBE)
I Credit and Grading system

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PROGRAMME DIFFERENTIATORS

  • Specializations offered will prepare for careers at domestic as well as global corporations and law firms
  • Promote in-depth studies and research in law
  • Redefines Law students to be ready to adapt current trends and drive the changes.
  • Encourage students to conduct investigations in legal and allied fields, impart instructions in law, and to publish studies, research articles etc.

Programme Overview

Law is order, and good Law is good order -Aristotle

One year full time post-graduate course for Master in Law (LL.M) with specialization in Criminal Law, Business Law, International Law & Arbitration, Cyber Law and IPR (Intellectual Property Rights) Laws.

These Courses are introduced -to provide for specialization in subjects offered
-to cultivate the knowledge of law,
-to promote studies and research in law so as to meet and understand the social, economic and other prevailing issues and needs of the society
-to encourage and conduct investigations in legal and allied fields,
-to provide in-depth knowledge of law through specialized subjects,
-to impart instructions in law, and to publish studies, research articles etc.

Group A - Criminal Law
Group B - Business Law
Group C - International Law & Arbitration
Group D - Cyber Law
Group E - Intellectual Property Laws

ADMISSIONS PROCESS

“The end of law is not to abolish or restrain, but to preserve and enlarge freedom..........., where there is no law, there is no freedom.” - Faculty / Quote by educationist

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