The LL. M. in Dispute Resolution is an esteemed specialization offered by the School of Public Policy and Legal Studies, catering to accomplished professionals seeking to expand their practice both nationally and internationally. This program offers an in-depth understanding of national and international dispute resolution legislation, providing students with a comprehensive education on diverse modalities of dispute resolution. Notably, dispute resolution is an alternative mechanism to traditional litigation, eschewing the intervention of a judicial authority. Throughout the course, students will have the opportunity to explore various national and international practices of dispute resolution, as well as different methods of dispute resolution, thereby honing their expertise in this field.
The School of Public Policy and Legal Studies, a prominent institution of higher learning, is renowned for its focus on interdisciplinary education, which underscores its commitment to producing well-rounded professionals. The LL. M. in Dispute Resolution program is no exception, designed to equip students with a broad range of competencies that will enable them to tackle challenges in the dispute resolution domain. Moreover, the curriculum offers students ample opportunities to engage with industry experts and practitioners, providing insights into the practical nuances of the field. With this program, students will gain the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in a dynamic and competitive career in dispute resolution, both in India and globally.
The LL. M. in dispute resolution courses includes:
- Advanced Legal Research Methodology
- Theoretical Perspectives on Dispute Resolution
- Law and Practice of Mindful Dispute Resolution
- Contemporary Issues in Arbitration Law and Practice
- Legal Negotiation: Theory and Practice
- Collaborative Law and Interdisciplinary Practice
- Early Neutral Evaluation and Case Appraisal
- Private Judging: A Comparative Study
- Traditional Dispute Resolution Mechanisms and their Role in Modern Legal Systems
- Hybrid Methods of Dispute Resolution: An Interdisciplinary Approach
- Advanced Legal Writing and Research – Part I: Dissertation
- Advanced Legal Writing and Research – Part II: Dissertation