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Law: Course Information

Learn from India’s leading legal luminaries with Shoolini’s innovative Law School. Spearheaded by some of the leading legal gurus of India, the schools offers two courses--B.A (LL.B) and LL.B. Students get to learn from top legal practitioners with focus on analytical and critical thinking.

Highlights of the course

1. Promotes legal awareness and enhances advocacy skills through live case studies and moot court trials

2. Unique programs with a focus on niche areas like IPRs, Cyberlaw, International Business Transaction law, Healthcare, Environmental laws, Dharma, and law

3. World-class infrastructure and technology-driven research culture

4. World-acclaimed teaching pedagogies

5. Hands-on learning with skill enhancement programs, field visits, industry-interface, and exposure to internship programs

Career Prospects

1. Students are given an opportunity to participate in Moot Court Competitions, Summer Schools, Seminars/Conferences, and internship programs.

2. Apart from the litigation, a law graduate has various opportunities in the corporate sector as General Counsel and Legal Advisors.

3. Civil services, judicial services, JAG, policy making, academia are some other opportunities available.

4. A legal aspirant also has endless opportunities in public and private organizations such as UNO, WHO, WTO, ILO, ICC, ICA, FICCI, etc.

FAQs: Law as a career

Q1. Why Law from Shoolini?

a) Cutting-edge course started in August 2017 with latest Syllabus Trends from BCI

b) Faculty comprises Judiciary, Advocacy and renowned academicians

c) Subject faculties understand theoretical knowledge and come with vast practical and corporate exposure

d) Excellent industry-connect with opportunities of high quality Internship followed by Final Placement 

e) Offers overall development to turn a student into a hands-on working/employable professional.

Q2. What are the benefits of Law?

a) Transition from a laid-back student-mentality into a responsible, disciplined, accountable mindset

b) Hands-on training leads to better professional quality

c) Immediate Employability after 03yrs/5yrs graduation

D) Ability to start own practice if there is Self-Initiative & some Seed Capital.

e) Low Starting Age means Higher Success Rate at a Young Age as the person climbs the Professional Ladder

Q3. What are future prospects of Law?    

a) Advocacy

b) Education & Teaching Industry as future Instructors

c) Corporate

d) Judiciary

e) Government Pleaders, Prosecutors and Legal Advisors

f) Legal expert in banking sector

g) BPO Industry because of Soft Skills, Communication & Process-driven work practices

h) LPO

i) Army sector: JAG Judge Advocate General

j) Various other job opportunities under govt. schemes.


Q4. What are the specializations Shoolini provides in Law?

Shoolini Law School provides specializations in its 3-year Graduation LLB as well as BALLB and 5-yr programs in IPRs, Cyber law and Criminology. The objective is to prepare an advocate who can cater to all sorts of latest developing laws.

Shoolini’s goal is to create a “ready professional for the industry as well as legal fraternity”, who will be able to adapt & mould himself as per the organization’s requirement where he is being selected. Success & acceptability of such a student lies in his ability to integrate with the organization’s needs, something Shoolini prepares every student for.

Q5. What are the few important subjects students need to study in Law?

BALLB: Non Law subjects: Political Science, Economics, Sociology, Psychology, English, Law Subjects: Constitutional Laws, Criminal Laws, Civil Laws, Labor Laws, IPR, Cyber laws, Legal language, Law of Contract, Property Laws.

LLB: Constitutional Laws, Criminal Laws, Civil Laws, Labor Laws, IPR, Cyber laws, Legal language, Law of Contract, Property Laws, Professional Ethics, Arbitration, Company Laws and Banking Laws.

Q6. What kind of practical exposure Shoolini is giving to students in Law course?

a) Moot Court

b) Legal Aid Camps

c) Regular Court Visits

d) Regular internships from first year onwards

e) SPRINT (Skill Progression thru Rapid, Intensive &Innovative Training) aimed at grooming & polishing the personality for Employability Perspective.

Q7. What about placements?

Apart from providing indepth academic knowledge, our endeavour is to enable students for the jobs of the future. All efforts are made to prepare students for placements in their graduating year, which includes helping with their resume, and conducting mock interviews and group discussions. The university also invites several leading companies every year for a successful placements drive. However, placements are largely dependant on the graduating student's performance on the day of placement as they come with face-to-face with prospective companies by way of group discussions & personal interviews. Here, it is the student's ability to express his knowledge and impress the company, which will win him the placement.