B.A.,LL.B.(HONS.) FIVE YEARS INTEGRATED DEGREE COURSE CURRICULUM

B.A.,LL.B. (HONS.) FIVE YEAR INTEGRATED COURSE
(SCHEME OF PAPERS)

First Semester

  • Paper 1.1
    English - I
  • Paper 1.2
    History - I
  • Paper 1.3
    Political Science - I
  • Paper 1.4
    Sociology - I
  • Paper 1.5
    Legal Methods and Social Sciences Research Methodology
  • Paper 1.6
    Law of Torts and Motor Vehicles Act

Third Semester

  • Paper 3.1
    Economics - I
  • Paper 3.2
    History - III
  • Paper 3.3
    Political Science - III
  • Paper 3.4
    Sociology - III
  • Paper 3.5
    Law of Contract - I
  • Paper 3.6
    Jurisprudence - I

Fifth Semester

  • Paper 5.1
    Economics - III
  • Paper 5.2
    Constitutional Law - II
  • Paper 5.3
    Family Law - II
  • Paper 5.4
    Code of Criminal Procedure
  • Paper 5.5
    Corporate Law - I
  • Paper 5.6
    Property Law

Seventh Semester

  • Paper 7.1
    Law of Evidence
  • Paper 7.2
    Conflict of Laws
  • Paper 7.3
    Drafting, Pleading, Conveyancing
  • Specialization Group A
    (Paper 7.4/.5)
    Business Law
    Two Papers + Project Report and Moots
  • Specialization Group B
    (Paper 7.4/.5)
    Intellectual Property Rights Law
    Two Papers + Project Report and Moots
  • Specialization Group C
    (Paper 7.4/.5)
    Constitutional Law
    Two Papers + Project Report and Moots
  • Specialization Group D
    (Paper 7.4/.5)
    Environmental Law
    Two Papers + Project Report and Moots
  • Specialization Group E
    (Paper 7.4/.5)
    Criminal Law
    Two Papers + Project Report and Moots
  • Specialization Group F
    (Paper 7.4/.5)
    International Law
    Two Papers + Project Report and Moots
  • Specialization Group G
    (Paper 7.4/.5)
    Human Rights Law
    Two Papers + Project Report and Moots

Ninth Semester

  • Paper 9.1
    Cyber Law
  • Paper 9.2
    Law of Equity, Trusts, Suit Valuation and Registration
  • Paper 9.3
    Public Interest Lawyering, Legal Aid and Para Legal Services
  • Specialization Group A
    (Paper 9.4/.5)
    Business Law
    Two Papers + Project Report and Moots
  • Specialization Group B
    (Paper 9.4/.5)
    Intellectual Property Rights Law
    Two Papers + Project Report and Moots
  • Specialization Group C
    (Paper 9.4/.5)
    Constitutional Law
    Two Papers + Project Report and Moots
  • Specialization Group D
    (Paper 9.4/.5)
    Environmental Law
    Two Papers + Project Report and Moots
  • Specialization Group E
    (Paper 9.4/.5)
    Criminal Law
    Two Papers + Project Report and Moots
  • Specialization Group F
    (Paper 9.4/.5)
    International Law
    Two Papers + Project Report and Moots
  • Specialization Group G
    (Paper 9.4/.5)
    Human Rights Law
    Two Papers + Project Report and Moots

NOTE:
In each of the Ninth and Tenth Semesters, a student is required to study three compulsory papers and two optional papers from the particular specialization group opted by him/her. Besides this, a student shall be required to submit a Project Report and participate in Moot Court Examination in each of these semesters. The decision to start any of the specialized group/s shall be taken by the University keeping in view the number of students opting for it as well as on the availability of academic and administrative facilities in a particular academic session. The topic for the Project Report and the Moot Problem shall essentially be assigned keeping in view the course contents of the optional papers studied by the student.

 

SPECIALISATION GROUP PROPOSED PAPERS AT NLUJAA

Business Law (BL)

7.4/.5 (BL.1)

International Business Transactions

8.4/.5 (BL.2)

Mergers, Acquisitions and Antitrust Laws

9.4/.5 (BL.3)

International Commercial Laws and Arbitration

10.4/.5 (BL.4)

Investment Management Laws and Corporate Social Responsibility

Intellectual Property Rights Law (IPR)

7.4/.5 (IP.1)

Law Relating to Trade Marks and Geographical Indications

8.4/.5 (IP.2)

Law Relating to Patents and Designs

9.4/.5 (IP.3)

Law Relating to Copyright, Trade Secrets and Confidential Information

10.4/.5 (IP.4)

Intellectual Property Rights Law (biodiversity Act, Traditional Knowledge/TCES & PPVFRA, 2001)

Constitutional Law (CN)

7.4/.5 (CN.1)

Federalism and Centre State Relations

8.4/.5 (CN.2)

Law of Writs and Law Relating to Elections

9.4/.5 (CN.3)

Service Laws

10.4/.5 (CN.4)

Comparative Constitutional Law

Environmental Law (EL)

7.4/.5 (EL.1)

Development of National Environmental Law and Policy in India

8.4/.5 (EL.2)

Environment, Trade and Human Right Laws

9.4/.5 (EL.3)

Climate Change, Environmental Pollution and Waste Management Laws

10.4/.5 (EL.4)

Comparative Environmental Laws

Criminal Law (CR)

7.4/.5 (CR.1)

Socio-Economic Offences and Transnational Organised Crimes

8.4/.5 (CR.2)

Administration of Criminal Justice Systems, National Security Laws, Insurgency Movements and Terrorism

9.4/.5 (CR.3)

Cyber Crimes and Information Technology Laws

10.4/.5 (CR.4)

Juvenile Justice Law, Child Protection Laws and Law Relating to Mental Health

International Law (IL)

7.4/.5 (IL.1)

General Principles of International Law

8.4/.5 (IL.2)

Law of International Organisations

9.4/.5 (IL.3)

Settlement of International Disputes

10.4/.5 (IL.4)

Law of The Sea

Human Rights Law (HR)

7.4/.5 (HR.1)

The National, Regional and International Perspective of Human Rights and Human Rights Institutions

8.4/.5 (HR.2)

Human Rights and Criminal Justice System

9.4/.5 (HR.3)

International Humanitarian Law and Refugee Law

10.4/.5 (HR.4)

Human Rights and Globalisation