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LLM One Year | In Law

Duration : 1 yr. (2 Semesters)

The Master of Laws Program offered by the Department of Law is a postgraduate program. This course is meant for graduate students of law who wish to pursue higher research and training with a strong legal orientation. This course creates lawyers who not only understand the legal and regulatory climate in which companies function, but also understand corporate governance and transaction economic and financial structures with the capacity to manage various forms of legal issues and rules. The objective of the LLM course at MM(DU) is to enrich the students’ existing knowledge and broaden of horizons through functional ethical researchers that will contribute to national and international legal development.LL.M. allows legal professionals to specialize in a particular field of Law.

Programme Objective

  • To promote cutting-edge research into the legal field as an illustration of international best practices that turn it into practical application
  • To address specific and relevant problems in culture, industry, government and other facets of culture
  • To develop fundamental awareness and comprehension of the beliefs, concepts, values, substantive rules and development of Indian Law
  • To prepare talented individuals with fully developed theoretical and practical knowledge of the law as well as outstanding leadership skills to provide quality service to the society

Programme Outcome

  • Developing an in-depth understanding of the law in different contexts
  • Enriching the students with intellectual experience going beyond the classroom

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Curriculum

1st Semester
Research Methods and Legal Writing

Comparative Public Law

The objectives of the course are to develop the understanding of theories of punishment and analyse the philosophy of criminology and penology.

This course of Crime and Punishment aims to make an ongoing study with numerous researches and surveys been conducted all over the world to find the most suitable explanation of criminality and criminal behaviour, nevertheless, there is no final answer, which will be examined.

This course aims to understand the issues concerning the merits or otherwise of codification in both the common law and the civil law, the basic characteristics of criminal procedure under the inquisitorial and the adversarial systems, be aware of the relationship between substantive criminal law and criminal procedure in relation to issues such as the principles of territoriality, equality before the law including the right to a fair trial, and the right to legal representation in the civil and common law systems;

Optional Subjects

One optional Group from the following four groups (to be chosen by the candidate)

Group I (Corporate and commercial Law)

Intellectual Property Rights

Competition Law

Banking Law

Group III (Family and Social Security Law)

Law relating to Marriage and Separation
Child Rights and Protection
Right of Women and their Protection

Group II (Criminal and Security Law)

Criminology and Criminal Justice administration

Criminal Justice and Human Rights

Police Law and Administration

Group IV (Constitutional and Administrative Law)

Local Self-Government and Federal Governance

Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles

Administrative Law

2nd Semester

Law and Justice in Globalizing World

Dissertation

The course on Sentence and Sentencing would help students to develop a critical understanding of the sentencing process and gain an appreciation of the importance of sentencing in the criminal justice system.

The aim of the course is to gain a spirit of inquiry to explore economic offences and their relevance to the criminal justice system.

The objective of the course is to explain an authoritative account of development of international criminal law and to know the crimes that are considered as international crimes

Group I (Corporate and commercial Law)

Company Law

Insurance Law

Investment and Security Law

Group III (Family and Social Security Law)

Law of Inheritance and Succession

Disaster Management Law

Environmental Law

Group II (Criminal and Security Law)

Sentences and Sentencing

Corporate Crimes

Victimology

Group IV (Constitutional and Administrative Law)

Media Law

Centre -State Relations and Constitutional Governance

Service Law

Eligibility Criteria

Duration: 1 yr.

The candidate should have passed LL.B. (5 Years Integrated Course) or LL.B. (3 Years Course) with at least 50% Marks from any recognized Board/University.

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Fees

Course Course Fee 
Indian (INR) International (USD)
Tuition Fee Development Fee
LLM One year
46,000 _
2000

Note:

  1. The Fee will have to be deposited at the time of Counselling.
  2. University Charges will be extra as per University norms.
  3. Fee once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstances.
  4. There will be an annual increase of 7% in tuition fees.
  5. Students Fund for all the students is Rs.2,000/- p.a.
  6. Lifetime Alumni Membership fee is Rs. 4,000/-.
  7. Hostel & Transport Charges will be extra.
  8. Students who wish to leave the Institute mid-stream, will have to deposit the fee for the remaining period of the course as per judgement of the Hon'ble Supreme Court in the case of Islamic Academy of Education and others Vs State of Karnataka & PA lnamdar case.

Merit Scholarships

(Scholarships on the basis of % of Marks in Qualifying Exam)

% Marks Scholarship Criteria (% Tuition Fee Waiver)
90% & above 100%
80 to 89.99% 40%
70 to 79.99% 30%
60 to 69.99% 20%

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LLM One year | in Law

The Master of Laws Program offered by the Department of Law is a postgraduate program. This course is meant for graduate students of law who wish to pursue higher research and training with a strong legal orientation. This course creates lawyers who not only understand the legal and regulatory climate in which companies function, but also understand corporate governance and transaction economic and financial structures with the capacity to manage various forms of legal issues and rules. The objective of the LLM course at MM(DU) is to enrich the students’ existing knowledge and broaden of horizons through functional ethical researchers that will contribute to national and international legal development.LL.M. allows legal professionals to specialize in a particular field of Law.

Duration: 1 Year

Eligibility

The candidate should have passed LL.B. (5 Years Integrated Course) or LL.B. (3 Years Course) with at least 50% Marks from any recognized Board/University.

Curriculum

1st Semester
Research Methods and Legal Writing

Comparative Public Law

The objectives of the course are to develop the understanding of theories of punishment and analyse the philosophy of criminology and penology.

This course of Crime and Punishment aims to make an ongoing study with numerous researches and surveys been conducted all over the world to find the most suitable explanation of criminality and criminal behaviour, nevertheless, there is no final answer, which will be examined.

This course aims to understand the issues concerning the merits or otherwise of codification in both the common law and the civil law, the basic characteristics of criminal procedure under the inquisitorial and the adversarial systems, be aware of the relationship between substantive criminal law and criminal procedure in relation to issues such as the principles of territoriality, equality before the law including the right to a fair trial, and the right to legal representation in the civil and common law systems;

Optional Subjects

One optional Group from the following four groups (to be chosen by the candidate)

Group I (Corporate and commercial Law)

Intellectual Property Rights

Competition Law

Banking Law

Group III (Family and Social Security Law)

Law relating to Marriage and Separation
Child Rights and Protection
Right of Women and their Protection

Group II (Criminal and Security Law)

Criminology and Criminal Justice administration

Criminal Justice and Human Rights

Police Law and Administration

Group IV (Constitutional and Administrative Law)

Local Self-Government and Federal Governance

Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles

Administrative Law

2nd Semester

Law and Justice in Globalizing World

Dissertation

The course on Sentence and Sentencing would help students to develop a critical understanding of the sentencing process and gain an appreciation of the importance of sentencing in the criminal justice system.

The aim of the course is to gain a spirit of inquiry to explore economic offences and their relevance to the criminal justice system.

The objective of the course is to explain an authoritative account of development of international criminal law and to know the crimes that are considered as international crimes

Group I (Corporate and commercial Law)

Company Law

Insurance Law

Investment and Security Law

Group III (Family and Social Security Law)

Law of Inheritance and Succession

Disaster Management Law

Environmental Law

Group II (Criminal and Security Law)

Sentences and Sentencing

Corporate Crimes

Victimology

Group IV (Constitutional and Administrative Law)

Media Law

Centre -State Relations and Constitutional Governance

Service Law

Objectives

  • To promote cutting-edge research into the legal field as an illustration of international best practices that turn it into practical application
  • To address specific and relevant problems in culture, industry, government and other facets of culture
  • To develop fundamental awareness and comprehension of the beliefs, concepts, values, substantive rules and development of Indian Law
  • To prepare talented individuals with fully developed theoretical and practical knowledge of the law as well as outstanding leadership skills to provide quality service to the society

Outcome

  • Developing an in-depth understanding of the law in different contexts
  • Enriching the students with intellectual experience going beyond the classroom

Career Opportunities

There exists a wider scope after LLM as the degree provides expert and subject-oriented instruction. There are career options to explore in both the public and private sectors. A student can choose to work on different subjects focused on thesis and research work, as well as a mandatory internship in a law firm or similar formed to obtain the requisite skills and work experience for future roles. There is no dearth of global job openings once a student has completed this Master’s degree in law. The degree definitely scales up the law graduate’s career graph.

Job Opportunities

  • Legal Consultant
  • Author
  • Legal Document Reviewer
  • Magistrate
  • Assistant Professor
  • Legal Counsel
  • Legal Reporter
  • Legal Researcher
  • Legal Journalist
  • Legal Outsourcing
  • Higher Education

Fees

Course Course Fee 
Indian (INR) International (USD)
Tuition Fee Development Fee
LLM One year
46,000 _
2000

Note:

  1. The Fee will have to be deposited at the time of Counselling.
  2. University Charges will be extra as per University norms.
  3. Fee once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstances.
  4. There will be an annual increase of 7% in tuition fees.
  5. Students Fund for all the students is Rs.2,000/- p.a.
  6. Lifetime Alumni Membership fee is Rs. 4,000/-.
  7. Hostel & Transport Charges will be extra.
  8. Students who wish to leave the Institute mid-stream, will have to deposit the fee for the remaining period of the course as per judgement of the Hon'ble Supreme Court in the case of Islamic Academy of Education and others Vs State of Karnataka & PA lnamdar case.

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