The Law School intends to follow the Education Rules in Part IV of the Bar Council Rules under
the Advocates Act, 1961 as provided in the Schedules in so far as maintaining the
standards of Legal education is concerned in the Institution and strive for establishing
and maintaining an Institution of Excellence.
The Academy may offer courses in Faculty of Law, Faculty of Social Science and
Language. However, the Academy will initially introduce one stream of study, namely
Arts, which shall be integrated with legal courses leading to the
award of B.A.LL.B.(Hons.) over a period of five years as prescribed under
the Rules of the Bar Council of India.
The teaching faculty in each course/subject as well as in Court Room exercise, tutorials,
and other forms of teaching-learning process shall maintain the records of attendance
as well as records of performance in the regular and continuous evaluation which
must be periodically informed to the participating students.
Minimum standard of attendance as may be stipulated by the Faculty from time to
time, shall be maintained by the students in order to take the end of semester final
test in each course/subject, provided however such a standard shall not be less
than what is required under the Education Rules of the Bar Council as prescribed
from time to time.
NLUJA offers B.A.,LL.B.(Hons.) Five Years Integrated Programme whereunder Social
Sciences subjects like Economics, English, History, Political Science, Psychology,
Public Administration and Sociology are integrated with law subjects in the first
two years of study. However, from third year, the course curriculum primarily comprises
of law subjects. All subjects are compulsory in the first three years of study.
However, in the fourth and fifth years, students are offered optional subjects in
the form of five different streams, namely, Business and Intellectual Property Law;
Constitutional Law and Administrative Law; Consumer Protection and Environmental
Law; Criminal Law and Criminology; and International Law and Human Rights.
NLUJA follows the Semester System. The entire Five-Year Course is divided into ten
semesters, that is, there are two semesters in each academic year. The teaching
methodology includes extensive and intensive class room teaching. Emphasis is laid
on participative and interactive method of teaching and learning. The Course includes
classroom assignments, seminars and project work relating to each subject. The University
follows a multi-disciplinary and a wholesome approach in teaching and research.
Each student is given and individual attention thereby enabling them as well as
facilitating them to choose the subjects/options of their choice that could later
help them in planning for their future career.
for course curricullum.
NLUJA offers Two Years Post-Graduation Course (LL.M.) with specialization in (1)
Business Law; (2) Constitutional Law; (3) Consumer Protection Law; (4) Criminal
Law; (5) Environmental Law; (6) Human Rights Law; (7) Intellectual Property Law;
and (8) International Law. Click here for course curricullum.
Note: Specialization for LLM Admission 2012 kindly refer to admission notice.