University School of Law and Legal Studies, New Delhi

University School of Law and Legal Studies has become an internationally recognized institution of research and education. The institute has a state-of-the-art infrastructure and is equipped with all the technologies and facilities to equip the law students with a learning that is academically stimulating, professionally enriching and socially vital. Also, the institution follows multidisciplinary approaches to impart knowledge and to develop greater synergy between classroom teaching, conventional professional and alternative practices in law. The institute focuses on the holistic development of its students to make them have a positive attitude and make them realize how important lawyers in the system of jurisdiction are. They also organize Moot Courts for better understanding and learning of judicial system. The institute also offers scholarships to meritorious students.
Courses Offered
Mentioned below are the details of the law programmes offered at USLLS.
Courses Offered
Intake
Duration
BA LLB (H)
40
5 years
BBA LLB (H)
20
5 years
LLM
20
2 years
Faculty & Staff
USLLS is a well-recognized institution with highly-qualified and experienced teachers. The institute is popular for providing a great ratio of highly educated and trained faculty members. The institution also provides an adequate number of non-technical and technical staff to provide an ambience of self-learning to the students. Teacher mentor students on one-to-one basis to monitor their growth as well focus more on their issues.
Admission Procedure
  • The admission to various law programmes are strictly based on Common Entrance Test (CET), which is conducted by GGSIPU.
  • Students also have to clear Common Law Entrance Test (CLAT), which is conducted by NLUs on rotational basis.
symbiosis
Eligibility Criteria
  • For admissions to law programmes, Candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent course from a recognized board.
  • Candidate must have scored a minimum of 50% aggregate and must have passed English as a compulsory subject.
For more information regarding admissions, you can download the brochure from the link below
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