Knowledge of Law is essential in every walk of life because the social setup of any country is built & regulated by some norms of behavior from the very beginning of social life which are either codified in legislative enactment or judicial precedents or social customs. Every action of an individual society, any association or organization is regulated & controlled by several kinds of legislation. Every resident of a nation is bound to have the knowledge of the law of the land because the latin maxim speaks- Ignorantia legas non excusat (ignorance of law is no excuse) imparting legal education by educational institutions is an attempt to this end.
This course familiarizes students intimately with the teaching methodologies and legal research of both national and international characters keeping in view the different types of legal systems, especially in Common Law traditions as well as Civil Law system as practiced in India. It enables students capable of analyzing and examining the economic, cultural and political impact of enacted laws. The course fosters study and research into legal theory and values; examines the relationship between theory and practice; and enhance opportunities for scholarly research, writing, and publication.
The objective of the LL.M programme in OSGU is to provide opportunity for students to receive applicable training; practical skills and necessary education to effective contribute to the legal environment. The aim of OSGU is to prepare students to become an integral part to the legal team and enhance student’s understanding of their ethical responsibility and role under the supervision of attorneys. It not only teaches students active listening skills and effective writings but also provide students with extensive instruction in legal research and technology offerings, including the use of electronic legal database.
LL. M (MASTERS IN LAW) – 1 year program will equip the students with the fundamental understanding about the various concepts of Constitution, Civil, Criminal, Human Rights and related fields. They will be competent of being gainfully employed in various sectors like corporate sector, judiciary and courts as well as opting for higher studies and research.
This programme will integrate two distinct approaches to the study of law and legal institutions in India:
- The first is to develop a textured, empirical understanding of how law and legal institutions operate in Indian society.
- The second is to develop an ability to use the law to respond to critical problems in social policy.
- Legal practice or advice
- Government sector
- Non-government sector
- Private sector
- Finance and Business
- Academic Institutions
- Public policy
The eligibility criteria will vary depending on various factors. Provided below are the criteria that need to met for the given course.
For National Students
- LL.B. with minimum 50% marks
For International Students
- The eligibility criterion for all programs for international applicants is minimum 50% in the qualifying examination and having studied the pre-requisite subjects for admission in to the desired program
The program syllabus is drafted in such a way that the students are prepared for their professional field. Various aspects of the field are covered neatly and at length so that overall development is ensured. With this kind of curriculum, the students gain much more than just the theoretical knowledge of the area. The aspirants are made capable in a manner that they will be left with multiple choices of career in the concerned field.
|01.||Research Methods and Legal writing|
|02.||Comparative constitution law|
Viva-voce and internship\seminar
|S.No.||1st Sem||2nd Sem|
|GROUP 1 COMPANY LAW & TRADE LAW||i. Company law
ii. International trade law
iii. Banking and insurance
|i. Law on securities and financial markets
ii. Intellectual property rights
iii. White collar crime and corporate crimes
|GROUP 2 CRIMINOLOGY||i. Criminology and penology
ii. Police law and administration
iii. Criminal justice administration
|i. Criminal justice and human rights
ii. White collar crimes and corporate crimes
iii. Victim logy
|GROUP 3 CONSTITUTION||i. Fundamental rights and directive principal
ii. Media law
iii. Administrative law
|i. Law and justice
ii. Centre-state relations and constitutional governance
iii. Police and security administration
iv. Local self government
v. Cometition law
|GROUP 4 INTERNATIONA L HUMAN RIGHTS||i. International organisation
ii. Private international law
iii. Internationalhu manitarian law
|i. Air and space law
ii. Public international law
iii. International dispute settlement
How to Apply
Any queries you have about the admissions and related matters, you can fill out the Admission Enquiry form; if you are unable to make a decision on deciding the program, book a free tele-counseling session with us; If you are sure about a program you are enrolling for, you can go ahead fill out the online application.