Institute of Law


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Program Overview:

The LL.M (Master of Laws) program at Institute of Law is a one-year degree program with specialization in the following areas of law. The highlight of this program is the curriculum which is innovative, dynamic and befitting the needs of the profession, industry and academia. This trimester programme emphasizes the enhancement of practical skills and experiential learning in law professionals.


  • Constitutional and Administrative Law
  • Criminal and Security Law
  • Note :
    • The programme is in accordance with the UGC Notification vide no. D. O. No. 5-1 / 99 (CPP-II) dated 18 January, 2013.
    • The Institute reserves the rights to amend the programme outline.

Program Learning Outcomes

After completion of this programme, the students will be able to:
  • Demonstrate subject knowledge and functional skills
  • Apply legal skills in different context
  • Relate to the socioeconomic political and the cultural environment and become a socially responsible citizen
  • Adopt a global perspective towards complex legal issues
  • Construct ethical reasoning, and professional behaviour

Graduate Attributes:

  • Core knowledge and understanding of law
  • Critical thinking and logical reasoning skills
  • Professional Skills
  • Ethical understanding
  • Self-reflection and lifelong learning skills

Salient Features of the Programme

  • Outcome based education approach
  • A trimester programme.
  • Innovative, dynamic curriculum, befitting the current needs of the profession, industry and academia.
  • Enhancement of practical skills and experimental learning through specially designed seminar and continuous evaluation courses.
  • Innovative teaching pedagogy aiming at holistic development of the students through experiential learning. Stipend to the meritorious students according to the Institute scholarship Policy.