Programme overview

The LLM (Master of Laws) programme is designed for law graduates seeking advanced legal knowledge and specialisation in a specific area. Offers a wide range of specialisations such as international law, corporate law, human rights, intellectual property, etc. Enhances critical analysis, research skills, and legal expertise. Includes coursework, seminars, and a research-based dissertation. Encourages deep exploration of legal theories, practical applications, and emerging trends. Provides opportunities for networking and collaboration with legal professionals and experts. This Advanced law degree specialises in specific legal areas. The Master of Legislative Law 2 years programme is designed to provide law graduates with advanced legal knowledge and skills in a specific area of law, which can enhance their career opportunities and provide them with a competitive edge in the legal profession.

  • 2 Years

    Duration of Program

  • PG

    Level of Study

Key Highlights

Legal Knowledge and Expertise
Fostering Global Perspective.
Research Opportunities
Professional Growth
Professional Networking

How will you benefit

The programme enables expertise in specific legal areas, enhancing competitiveness.
A LL.M. degree boosts career prospects for higher-level positions and promotions.
The programme offers networking with legal experts, fostering valuable connections.
LL.M. pursuit enables in-depth legal exploration, fostering intellectual discourse with scholars and experts in the field.

What will you study

LL.M. programmes are designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding of complex legal concepts and theories, and how they apply in practice.

LL.M. programmes often emphasise legal research and writing skills, including how to conduct legal research, write legal briefs, and analyse legal cases.

Some LL.M. programmes may offer practical skills training, such as negotiation and mediation skills, advocacy skills, or legal drafting skills.

LL.M. programmes can help students advance their legal careers, whether by gaining specialised knowledge, enhancing their credentials, or expanding their professional network.

  • Develop expertise in a specialised area of ??law.
  • Enhance analytical and critical thinking skills.
  •  Increase legal research and writing skills.
  • Expand understanding of legal theory and concepts.
  • Improve communication and advocacy skills.
  • Build professional networks.
  • Develop a global perspective on the law.
  • Gain practical experience through internships and externships.
  • Prepare for leadership roles in the legal profession.
  • Increase earning potential and career opportunities.

  • Develop a deep understanding of a specific area of ??law, such as corporate law, intellectual property law, or international law.
  • Acquire knowledge of legal doctrines and principles related to a particular area of ??law, such as taxation, arbitration, or human rights.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in legal research and writing in a specific area of ??law.
  • Develop expertise in drafting legal documents, such as contracts, briefs, and memorandum, relevant to a particular area of ??law.
  • Understand the regulatory framework, industry-specific norms, and best practices in a specific area of ??law.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in interpreting and applying legal rules and regulations relevant to a specific area of ??law.
  • Develop an understanding of legal ethics and professional responsibility relevant to a specific area of ??law.
  • Develop skills in negotiating and resolving disputes in a specific area of ??law.
  • Acquire knowledge of the historical, social, and political context of the legal system in a specific area of ??law.
  • Gain an understanding of the impact of legal decisions on society and the economy in a specific area of ??law

  • Enhance critical thinking and analysis skills to solve complex legal issues.??

  • Develop advanced legal research and writing skills.
  • Develop an understanding of the role of law in society and the legal system.
  • Learn to work independently and in teams.
  • Enhance oral communication and presentation skills.
  • Learn to identify and analyze ethical dilemmas in the legal profession.
  • Develop skills in problem-solving, decision-making, and judgment.
  • Develop an understanding of the intersection between law and other disciplines, such as economics, politics, and social sciences.
  • Gain practical experience through internships, externships, and clinical programs.
  • Prepare for leadership roles in the legal profession and become a lifelong learner in the field of law.


Law Firms
Government and Public Sector
In-house Legal Departments


Eligibility Criteria

55% and above for all categories.

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