LL.M. (Legum Magister) at Chanakya University is a postgraduate degree program which helps lawyers, who have already completed the LL.B. (Legum Baccalaureus) degree, to obtain specialization in an advanced stream of legal knowledge. It can be opted for by students as well as advocates, desirous of pursuing a career in academics or research. Chanakya offers specializations in Constitutional Law and Dispute Resolution. The specialization in Constitutional Law improves a lawyer’s capacity in dealing with public interest litigations and constitutional cases and the specialization in dispute resolution opens a new arena with national and international dimensions.
The LLM (Master of Law) in Constitutional Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution in legal education at Chanakya University is anchored on a GLOCAL outlook. The curriculum – design, delivery, and evaluation are rooted in Indian ethos with global aspirations. The University’s academic program’s fundamental principle is to engage, prepare, and consolidate learning, research, and professional competencies.
The LLM (Master of Law) provides in-depth insight into one specific area of law. This is essential to your intellectual and professional journey in acquiring the requisite competencies. Such exposure is essential for practice in Courts as advocates and Judicial officers and as professionals in law firms, public sector organizations, and multinational companies as legal advisors. Pursuing an LLM to specialize further in an area of your study through research and work will further develop your intellectual and career depth and choices, respectively.
The LLM program helps you to refine your area of interest, ensure long-term professional stability, an opportunity to shape young-aspiring minds in universities as a faculty member in higher education institutions, and, more importantly, make you an informed professional with myriad choices for your intellectual and professional evolution.
Minimum eligibility criteria :
- Law Degree from any Institution recognized by the Bar Council of India with minimum 55 % marks.
- Cleared the CLAT/ LSAT or Chanakya University Pravesh Pareeksha
- Appeared for the Counselling Session under Chanakya University