Master of Laws

Master of Laws

Welcome to Bachelor of Laws (2-year) -LLB

At a Glance

Faculty : Faculty of Law
Department : Dept. of Law
Program : Master of Laws
Duration : 1 Year & 2 Years (3 & 6 Semesters)
Total Credit : 33 & 63
Academic System : Open Credit Hour System

The Department of Law offers a 1/2-year postgraduate degree on 'Master of Laws (LLM)'. To become a graduate in this field one has to complete 33/63 credits. The LLM program is designed to expand the knowledge of law graduates and practitioners on areas of selective subjects and to provide the opportunity to take advance course in specialized areas of the law. LLM students are welcome to make selections from the large number of courses represented in the curriculum.

 

Entry Requirements

For 1-year LLM program :

A. Passed the LL.B examination with Honours from this University, OR.
B. Has obtained a degree of Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from any other approved University where the Law(Hons) course extends over a period of not less than four academic years.
 

For 2-year LLM program :

A. Passed the LL.B. (2 year) examinations from this University, OR.
B. Has obtained a degree of Bachelor of Laws from any other approved University where the Law course extends over a period of not less than two academic years.

 

Course Curriculum

The required courses for 1-year program are stated below :

Course Type No. of Courses Credit Hours
1. Compulsory Core Courses 07 28
2. Research Monograph 01 03
3. Viva Voce 01 02
  Total 09 33

 

The required courses for 2-year program are stated below :

Course Type No. of Courses Credit Hours
1. Compulsory Core Courses 17 58
2. Research Monograph 01 03
3. Viva Voce 01 02
  Total 19 63

 

Career Scope

Studying law can be a rewarding, stimulating experience. Law establishes a foundatio for your development to analyze, define and communicate problems for a pragmatic solution. Whatever career you choose, a law degree will help you to make a difference! In addition, an LLM  degree offers opportunities in various sectors such as government, education, banking, foreign Service, law reform and legal research, medication, social activism, etc.

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