B.A. LL.B. (Hons.)

National Law School of India University
In Bangalore

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  • Bachelor
  • Bangalore
  • Duration:
    5 Years
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Bangalore
National Law School of India University P.O. Bag 7201, Nagarbhavi, , 560072, Karnataka, India
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· Requirements

The candidates are provisionally selected by CLAT 2009 for admission to the I year of the 5-Year Integrated B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) Degree Programme

Course programme


The teaching methods adopted for the degree program are such as to promote multi-disciplinary inquiry and practical appreciation of problems. The method of teaching involves lectures, discussions, case studies, Moot Courts and project work. An innovative feature of the teaching method followed by the NLSIU is the cooperative teaching where two or more teachers jointly offer a course and interact with the students in the same class. This is particularly useful for the multi-disciplinary analysis of socio-legal problems.

There is a high degree of interaction between the students and the teachers in the classroom. This is largely facilitated by the fact that at the commencement of the Trimester, each student is given a set of reading materials containing the course outline, teaching plan, reading lists and a fairly large volume of study materials in respect of each course. They consist of case studies, judicial decisions, articles and excerpts from reports. With this material, the students are expected to come prepared for the classes and actively participate in classroom discussions. Faculty at the Law School is very accessible. With an excellent faculty-student ratio, the Law School provides an exciting opportunity for the students to interact with the teachers and their colleagues.

The Law School tries to address relevant social issues through its courses. The effect of such exposure is reflected in the fact that a sizeable number of students join Non-Governmental Organizations that work in these areas. Alumni from the NLS are also placed in a variety of organizations ranging from public interest groups like the Lawyers Collective and the Alternative Law Forum to specialized agencies like the United Nations High Commission for Refugees and the Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative.

This is a list of the programs for the B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) students of NLSIU arranged trimester wise.

FIRST TRIMESTER

1.1 Sociology-I
1.2 Economics-I
1.3 Legal Methods
1.4 Torts-I
1.5 English & Legal Language

SECOND TRIMESTER

2.1 Economics-II
2.2 Political Science-I
2.3 Torts-II
2.4 Contracts-I

THIRD TRIMESTER

3.1 Sociology-II
3.2 Constitutional Law-I
3.3 Contracts-II
3.4 History-I

FOURTH TRIMESTER

4.1 History-II
4.2 Political Science-II
4.3 Constitutional Law-II
4.4 Land Law

FIFTH TRIMESTER

5.1 Family Law-I
5.2 Criinal Law-I
5.3 Property Law
5.4 Constitutional Law-III

SIXTH TRIMESTER

6.1 Criminal Law-II
6.2 Political Science-III
6.3 Jurisprudence-I
6.4 Family Law II


SEVENTH TRIMESTER

7.1 Administratiave Law
7.2 Code of Civil Procedure(CPC)I
7.3 Criminal Law-III
7.4 A.D.R. (Clinical Course I)

EIGHTH TRIMESTER

8.1 Code of Civil Procedure-II
8.2 Jurisprudence-II
8.3 International Trade Law
8.4 Human Rights Law

NINTH TRIMESTER

9.1 Corporate Law-I
9.2 Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing
9.3 Law of Evidence
9.4 Law, Poverty & Development

TENTH TRIMESTER

10.1 Taxation Law I
10.2 Intellectual Property Law
10.3 International Law-I
10.4 Corporate Law II

ELEVENTH TRIMESTER

11.1 Labour Law I
11.2 Taxation Law II
11.3 Environmental Law
11.4 International Law-II

TWELFTH TRIMESTER

12.1 Banking Law
12.2 Labour Law II
12.3 Insurance Law
12.4 Trust & Equity


THIRTEENTH TRIMESTER

13.1 Conflict of Laws
13.2 Optional Seminar-I
13.3 Optional Seminar-II
13.4 Optional Seminar-III
13.5 Litigation Advocacy-
Clinical Course-II


FOURTEENTH TRIMESTER

14.1 Legal Practice (Professional Ethics)
14.2 Optional Seminar-IV
14.3 Optional Seminar-V
14.4 Optional Seminar-VI
14.5 Litigation Advocacy-
Clinical Course-II

FIFTEENTH TRIMESTER

15.1 Optional Seminar-VII
15.2 Optional Seminar-VIII
15.3 Litigation Advocacy (Clinical Course-II)
15.4 Placement (Clinical Course-III)


LANGUAGES

English is taught in the NLSIU as a compulsory non-credit course to satisfy to the requirements of the Bar Council of India. Other Foreign Language Courses can be on offer.

Additional information

Payment options: a) General Category Rs.1,70,020/- b)SC/ST Category Rs.1,67,520/-

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