PROGRAMMES

 

I – B.A., LL.B. (H) Five Year Course


Duration: 05 years (Ten Semesters - Regular teaching in nine semesters and Dissertation in the tenth semester)
Intake: 4 0 seats

Selection Pattern: Admission through Common Entrance Test covering the following subjects: General Knowledge (including English Language).

II –B.B.A., LL.B. (H) Five Year Course


Duration: 05 years (Ten Semesters - Regular teaching in nine semesters and Dissertation in the tenth semester)
Intake: 2 0 seats

Selection Pattern: Admission through Common Entrance Test covering the following subjects: General Knowledge (including English Language).

III - Master of Laws (LL.M.) Regular Course


Duration: 02 years (Four Semesters - Regular teaching in three semesters and Dissertation in the fourth semester)
Intake: 2 0 seats

Selection Pattern: Admission through Common Entrance Test.

The LL.M. programme in the following fields of specialization:

Dissertation

(100 marks) (60 + 40 Viva) Internal Internship (Lawyers / Law firms)

Foreign Students:

 

Some percentage of seats are reserved for foreign students in the University School in both graduate and post graduate programmes.

III - Master of Laws (LL.M.) Weekend Course
Duration: 02 years (Four Semesters - Regular teaching in three semesters and Dissertation in the fourth semester)
Intake: 20 + 20 seats

Selection Pattern: Admission through Interview.

The LL.M. programme in the following fields of specialization:

 

IV - Ph. D.

The school offers Ph.D. programme in various discipline of law where eleven students are already enrolled.

 

OTHER ACTIVITIES

DELHI POLICE SUB- INSPECTORS LEGAL TRAINING PROGRAMME

The USLLS is regularly conducting training programme for police officers of Delhi Police. Three batches of officers have already completed the programme. The training programme commenced from 2008. Approximately 1400 newly joined Sub-Inspectors of Delhi Police have been given Basic Legal Training on various aspects of Constitutional Law, Criminal Procedure Code, Indian Evidence Act and Indian Penal Code by USLLS.

Organization of Moot Court Competitions