Post Graduate Programme One year LL M

Eligibility For Admission For PG Programme
Post-Graduate (LLM) semester-wise Course Structure* (One-Year)

Student can choose any of the following groups for specialization in addition to compulsory subjects.

Semester I

Core Papers

  • Comparative Public Law/Systems of Governance
  • Research Methods and Legal Writing
  • Law and Justice in a Globalizing World

Group I - Corporate and Business Law

  • Corporate Law
  • Law of Banking and Insurance

Group III - Criminal and Security Law

  • Criminology and Criminal Justice Administration
  • Police Law and Administration

Group II - Constitutional and Administrative Law

  • Fundamental Rights and Social Justice
  • Media and Telecommunication Laws

Group IV - Intellectual Property Laws

  • Introduction to Laws of IPR & International Intellectual Property Organizations
  • Law of Patent
Semester II

Group I - Corporate and Business Law

  • Securities Law
  • Investment Law
  • Competition Law
  • Advanced Contracts (Evolving Jurisprudence in Contract Law)
  • Dissertation

Group III- Constitutional and Administrative Law

  • Constitutional Bodies
  • Centre State Relations and Local Self Government
  • Administrative Law
  • Principles of Transparency and Accountability Regulatory Framework
  • Dissertation

Group II - Intellectual Property Laws

  • Transfer of Technology and IPR Litigation
  • Law of Copyright
  • Law relating to Trademark and Geographical Indication
  • Law of Biotechnology and Challenges of Traditional Knowledge
  • Dissertation

Group IV- Criminal Law and Security Law

  • Victimology
  • Criminal Justice and Human Rights
  • National Security and Regional Co-operation
  • International Criminal Law
  • Dissertation
  • *To stay abreast of latest developments in the legal profession and in the academic world, enrichment of academic curriculum is a regular process at GNLU and this program structure is subject to revision as and when required.
  • Important Note: If any course is not offered due to lack of adequate number of students (minimum 10 Students per Specialization), students of the same course will be transferred to other courses on the basis of available seats as per the guidelines of the Academic Council.
Intake And Reservations For PG (LL.M.) Programme

  All India* Others Supernumerary Seats
Course UR SC ST OBC EWS NRI FN Total J&K Residents
(JK) Residents
North East India Sports Quota
PG 26 08 04 14 05 05 02 64 01 02 --

UR-Unreserved, SC-Scheduled Caste, ST-Scheduled Tribe, OBC-Other Backward Class, EWS-Economically Weaker Section, NRI-Non Resident Indian, FN-Foreign National

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