Centre of Post - Graduate Legal Studies Page
Duration : 1 year
Eligibility : In order to be eligible to appear in LLM, a candidate should have obtained a LL.B./B.L. Degree or an equivalent degree from a recognized University.
University conducts its own entrance test followed by personal interview.
ADYPU School of Law offers one-year LL.M. Program spread over two semesters. The LL.M. program is designed to inculcate research skills and analytical abilities in students. In addition to classroom training imparted through innovative teaching methods, the LL.M. Program is focused on self-learning and research conducted by the students under the guidance of the faculty members.
Specializations Offered in LL.M. Program : Corporate Law
ADYPU has a fully equipped Computer Lab with sufficiently large number of Desktop Computers with Internet connectivity. Since Project presentation is part of every subject taught at ADYPU School of Law students find the Computer Lab very useful for preparing their project reports and Memorials for Moot Court Exercises.
Well-equipped library with sufficient print as well as online materials, on the disciplines proposed
The ADYPU School of Law in view of its aims and objectives has planned out for a separate and spacious library in its present premises and started enriching the same, meeting the requirements of the curriculum. As of now it has excellent collection of text books, reference books and law reports covering a wide range of general and special subjects
Centre of Post-Graduate Legal Studies
The objectives of the centre of research for postgraduate are as follows:
- Encourage the students to write an research article & make publication fo it.
- Organizing workshops as well as conference
- Undertaking interdisciplinary legal studies and research projects: Courses offered in Liberal Arts, Management, Life skills, philosophy & ethics, IT etc. along with law courses. Research Report on Corporate Takeover has been the highest downloaded on Social Science Research Network.
- To encourage the students to participate in debate or analysis of corporate laws