LL.M. Programme

LL.M. Programme


NLUO offers one-year LL.M. degree in Corporate & Commercial Law, Constitutional Law from 2016-17 session

Master of Laws (LL.M.) Programme
Overview
NLU-Odisha offers one-year LL.M Programme. Through this programme, we intend to provide an ideal platform for high-calibre students to acquire expertise in specialized subject areas informed by highly experienced, research-led teaching. Our innovatively designed LL.M Programme will help students to develop their abilities to think critically, analyze legal arguments, articulate ideas and research efficiently.Eligibility
NLUO admits students to its LL.M programme through Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). The details on Eligibility criteria and Admission procedure is available at http://www.clat.ac.in. Admission Procedure
Admission to the LL.M. Programme at National Law University, Odisha is made strictly on merit, based on a Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) to be conducted at different centers across the country. Further details regarding the Admission Test is made available at http://www.clat.ac.in Intake and Reservation
Total Seats: 25
CATEGORY SEATS
Genaral 34
ST 6
SC 4
NRI 4
Foreign National (FN) 2
Total 50 *
* 02 seats are horizontally reserved for Persons with Disability (PwD) / Specially Abled Persons (SAP)

Fee and Finance

The tentative fee structure and refundable deposits for resident Indian students in the Academic Session 2015 – 16 is as follows:
Tuition Fees 50,000/- Per Annum
Admission Fees 5,000/- One Time
Student Welfare Fund 5,000/- Per Annum
Examination Fee 5,000/- Per Annum
Internet / IT Services Fee 5,000/- Per Annum
Electricity Charges 15,000/- Per Annum
Sports and Game Facilities 1,000/- Per Annum
Moot Court / Seminar / Workshops 3,000/- Per Annum
Hostel Fee 22,000/- Per Annum
Total 1,11,000/-

Refundable Deposits (One TIme)

Library Deposit 5,000/-
Mess Deposits 5,000/-
Total 10,000/-

Note: The above fee structure does not include monthly mess charges. Students are required to pay the mess charges directly to the Food Contractor at the beginning of every trimester.

Tuition fee for Foreign National Students / NRI Students

Tuition Fees US Dollar 3,000/- Per Annum
Note: This fee is set by NLUO and is subject to revision, usually rising in line with inflation.The LL.M. Curriculum
The LL.M. (Master of Laws) program at NLUO is of one-year duration and is divided into two semesters.

LL.M PROGRAMME (ONE YEAR)NLU-Odisha offers one-year LL.M Programme. Through this programme, we intend to provide an ideal platform for high-calibre students to acquire expertise in specialized subject areas informed by highly experienced, research-led teaching. Our innovatively designed LL.M Programme will help students to develop their abilities to think critically, analyze legal arguments, articulate ideas and research efficiently.

 

COURSE STRUCTURE: The University offers specialization in the following area:

  1. Corporate and Commercial Law
  2. Constitutional and Administrative Law

The LL.M. curriculum have the following components:

  1. Foundation/Compulsory Courses (3 papers of three credits each)
  2. Optional/Specialization Courses (6 papers of two credits each) and will be notified in each semester.
  3. Dissertation (3 credits)

SPECIALIZATION ONE: Corporate and Commercial Law

Foundation Courses Specialization Courses
  1. Research Methodology
  2. Comparative Legal Systems
  3. Law and Justice in a Globalised World
  1. Company Law
  2. Banking Law
  3. Commercial Dispute Resolution
  4. Laws on Securities and Financial Markets
  5. Intellectual Property Law
  6. International Trade Law
  7. International Investment Law
  8. Competition Law
  9. Infrastructure Law
  10. Labour/Employment Law
Note: Seven (7) courses to be chosen by the student out of the ten courses

SPECIALIZATION TWO: Constitutional and Administrative Law

Foundation Courses Specialization Courses
  1. Research Methodology
  2. Comparative Legal Systems
  3. Law and Justice in a Globalised World
  1. Constitutional Governance
  2. Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles
  3. Centre-State Relations
  4. Comparative Judicial Reforms
  5. Theory of Justice
  6. Administrative Law
  7. Election Laws
  8. Media Law
  9. Comparative Constitutional Law
  10. Police and Security Administration
Note: Seven (7) courses to be chosen by the student out of the ten courses