Bachelors Of Law

Panjab University
In Chandigarh

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Chandigarh
Panjab University, Chandigarh, 160014, Punjab, India
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Justice imparting system is the foundation of every civilized nation. Law department formerly known as University Law College is committed to play an important role in the legal system of this university. Stature of this department is as big as its strength. Law graduates from this department are serving all over the country in the lower courts, High Courts and Supreme Court. The faculty of the department consists of 9 professors, 10 Readers and 8 Lecturers and many Research Scholars working on various Research Programmes.

Department has the pride alma matter of three Chief Justices of India, a large number of Chief Justices of the High Courts, members of subordinate judiciary, civil servants, law officers and members of the legal profession and a large number of legal luminaries and justices. The number of its alumni, which rose to the bench of the Supreme Court and in many High Courts of this country, is too large to mention. Chief Justice of India Dr. A.S. Anand taught in this department for a number of years.

Department is always in action to create new opportunities for its students. Department has a Students organization ALSA (Asia law Student Association) and has MoU with ELSA (European Law Student Association) and running a exchange programme with University of Stockholm.

The Department of Laws, originally established at Lahore in 1889, was re-established at Shimla in 1948, shifted to Jalandhar in 1950 and finally re-located at the University Campus at Chandigarh in 1959. Its Alumni include Judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts, Union Cabinet Ministers, State Chief Ministers, Cabinet Ministers, Ambassadors, Senior Bureaucrats, Police Officers and other legal luminaries.

The Department provides practical training to LL.B. students. One full paper of 6th Semester includes compulsory participation in two Moots, attachment with advocates in District Courts for 7 to 10 days and special lectures by eminent Academicians, Judges and Senior Advocates which are compulsory as a part of curriculum . Every year the students of the department are sent to the Supreme Court of India as a part of the practical training programme.The department has separate and well furnished Moot Court Hall where every year various Seminars, Presentations and Moot Court Competition took place.

It has established Legal Aid Clinic-cum-Arbitration Centre as well as a Placement Cell. It is the only Department which has students Exchange Programme with ELSA under which various groups of students have gone from Chandigarh to Stockholm and vice-versa. The Department has provision for special lectures in memory of Justice Mehr Chand Mahajan and S. Ajit Singh Sarhadi. These lectures have been delivered over the years by eminent persons such as Justice V.K. Krishna Iyer, Justice V.S. Deshpande, Professor Upinder Bakshi, Dr. L.M. Singhvi, Professor Mool Chand Sharma, Justice J.S. Verma, Mr. Soli J. Sorabjee and Prof. M.R. Madhava Menon. The department has a good library with more than 56,000 documents and 52 regularly subscribed Indian and foreign journals. The Department regularly publishes a Law Journal (Panjab University Law Review).

ALSA: The Department has established Asian Law Students Association


Curriculum

First Semester

Paper I


Jurisprudence-I

Paper II


Constitutional Law I

Paper III


Law of Contract I

Paper IV


Family Law I

Paper V


Law of Tort & Consumer protection


Second Semester

Paper I


Jurisprudence II

Paper II


Constitutional Law II

Paper III


Law of Contract II

Paper IV


Family Law II

Paper V


International Law I & Human Rights


Third Semester

Paper I


Law of Crimes I

Paper II


Property Law II

Paper III


Labour Law I

Paper

IV & V


Any two of the following: Administrative Law, Direct Taxation I. Public Inter-national Law. Conflict of Laws, Election Law, Law relating to cooperatives and societies Registration Act.


Fourth Semester

Paper I


Law of Crimes II (including Prevention of Corruption Act)

Paper II


Property Law II and Easements

Paper III


Company Law

Paper

IV & V


Any two of the following: Direct Taxation II, Labour Laws II, Business Law (Partnership, Negotiable Instruments & Arbitration), Law Relating to local bodies, Law of Motor Vehicles, Law of Equity & Trusts


Fifth Semester

Paper I


Civil Procedure Code I

Paper II


Law of Evidence

Paper III


Criminal Procedure Code I

Paper

IV & V


Land Laws (including Land Acquisition Act) Any of the following: Law of Limitations, Specific Relief and Registration, Criminology & Penology, Law and Medicine, Rent Law, International Trade Laws


Sixth Semester

Paper I




Paper II


Criminal Procedure Code II (including Juvenile Justice Act and Probation of Offenders Act)

Paper III


Practical work

Paper

IV & V


Any of the following: Service Law, Law of Central Excise and Sales Tax, Environmental Law, Law of Intellectual Property, Interpretation of Statutes, Economic and Social Offences.

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