Unique Features With Specialization
Emphasis on preparing law graduates who are ready for the profession from the day of their graduation
Multidisciplinary approach with innovative pedagogy
Compulsory research paper in each subject
Credit based 8 compulsory internships
Lectures and experience sharing by judges, lawyers, law firm partners and corporate lawyers
- Corporate Law
- Intellectual Property Rights Law
- Constitutional Law
- Criminal Law
- Specific training based on career choice of the student
- Outcome based holistic legal education
- Electives on emerging areas of Law
- Courses on developing communication and critical thinking skills
- Courses offered in collaboration with leading National and International Universities and Institutions
Cutting Edge Electives
There are credit based 8 compulsory internships in both B.A. LL. B (Hons) and B. Com LL. B (Hons.)
Lawyer / Solicitor / Litigation
For those students who want to stay independent can pursue Litigation as a career option. They can also take up practice without visiting courts, like lawyers specializing in drafting and executing various contracts.
Civil Services / Judiciary
Law is an excellent option for students who are planning to appear for Civil Services and other Competitive Exams. Law also gives an exciting avenue of becoming a Judge by appearing for competitive exams conducted by UPSC or State Level Public Service Commission.
Law firm is an option which can provide a jump start to one’s career. Law firms are majorly engaged in providing legal services and advice to corporate houses.
Foreign Law Firms
India will be opening doors to foreign law firms very shortly. This will bring a major increase in job opportunities for a law student.
Intellectual Property Rights Attorney
In today’s world where knowledge is freely available on the Internet, it has become very important to protect the inventions and innovations. Aspects like Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights are very important and therefore there is a huge scope of Intellectual Property Rights Attorney. Students having a Science background can have a definite advantage as an Intellectual Property Rights Attorney.
Corporate Counsel (Private / Government)
Most of the companies require legal professionals on daily basis because of the increase in laws that require regular compliance. The company faces multiple legal issues on day to day basis and therefore most of the companies have a team of in-house Counsels who advises management regarding multiple legal issues.
Academia / Higher Studies
There is a huge increase in law students pursuing legal education which has resulted in an increase in Law Schools. Those who are interested in teaching can pursue a career in academics after completing Master’s Degree in Law.
Law students can also get a distinct advantage if they want to pursue Company Secretary Course. Many papers in Company Secretary Examination are directly focused on different commercial laws.
Many national & international Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) are working on improving communities and promoting wider participation of citizens. It is not only providing services to the people but also a lucrative platform to work and enhance one’s career at national and international level. Law students have better career choices in this area as many NGOs are working in the legal field.
Legal Publishing / Law Reporting (Media)
Media houses regularly cover important decisions of various courts and for the same they require reporters who understand the intricacies of law and provide analysis of the judgments. Many journals are published only for lawyers, like ‘All India Reporter (AIR)’. Professionals with law degrees are also required by such journals.
Legal Process Outsourcing
Legal Process Outsourcing is similar to Business Process Outsourcing that is expanding in India. Professionals generally work on contracts and cases from countries like USA and UK.