LLM

The Master of Laws (LL.M.) is a postgraduate academic degree, pursued by those either holding an undergraduate academic law degree or a professional law degree.  Now, with the establishment of the specialized autonomous law schools in India much emphasis is being given at the master’s level of legal education in India.

There are a wide range of LL.M. programs available , allowing students to focus on almost any area of the law. LL.M. degree programs include Bankruptcy Law, Banking Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Dispute Resolution, Entertainment and Media Law, Environmental Law, Workers Compensation Law Group, Human Rights Law, Workers Compensation Attorney Group Law, Information Technology Law, Insurance Law, Intellectual Property Law, International Law, Litigation, Maritime Law, Military Law, Patent Law, Real Estate Law, Social Care Law, Telecommunications Law& Trade Law.

SYLLABUS FOR LL.M.

  1. LAW & SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION IN INDIA
  2. INDIAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
  3. JUDICIAL PROCESS
  4. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
  5. DISSERTATION
  6. COMPARITIVE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
  7. TREATMENT OF OFFENDER & VICTIMOLOGY
  8. DRUG ADDICTION, CRIMINAL JUSTICE & HUMAN RIGHTS
  9. PRIVILEGED  CLASS DEVIANCE
  10. JUVENILE DELINQUENCY
  1. COLLECTIVE VIOLENCE & CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
  2. GENERAL PRINCIPLE OF COMPANY LAW
  3. INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW
  4. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW
  5. CONSTITUTIONALISM: PLURALISM & FEDERALISM
  6. NATIONAL SECURITY, PUBLIC ORDER & RULE OF LAW
  7. MASS MEDIA LAW
  8. HUMAN RIGHTS
  9. ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
  10. ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESS AND JUDICIAL CONTROL