Learn From Indian Legal Luminaries and Subject Specialist Lawyers
Shoolini's Faculty of Legal Sciences is committed to perfection in teaching, learning, and research. Our aim is to create pioneers in the field of law who can make a difference with high impact analytical skills, breakthrough jobs and innovative talent both with the bar and bench. The law college at Shoolini University offers graduate LLB & BA LLB courses for deserving students, who also have a passion for excellence.
Our faculty comprises academicians with exposure to global research and teaching experience. We focus on teaching and research equally, to push the boundaries of knowledge gained by top legal luminaries in the sphere of legal sciences, which is the architect of all laws of the land.
Historically, Legal Sciences played the role of pioneerin jurisprudence of laws, dispute resolutionand the societal impact of these laws. According to John Austin ,"Law is the command of Sovereign".
Our courses have been approved by the Bar Council of India.
|BA LLB||5 years||10+2 in any discipline with at least 50% marks|
|LLB||3 years||Graduation in any discipline with at least 50% marks;|
|LLM||1 years||LLB/BA LLB with a minimum of 50% marks.|
|PhD Legal Sciences||3 years||Master’s in legal sciences with minimum 60% marks.|
Teaching, learning and research in our schools is carried out by scholars who have done their PhD from prestigious universities in India. Experienced teachers and researchers at the Faculty of Legal Sciences have helped several students in many ways.
Faculty-student interactions help students to:
The faculty has been doing exceptional in academics as well as research. Students and faculty of our law college are exposed to rigorous Moot Courts and adjudication by renowned judges and advocates. The curriculum of law courses has been designed in a way to provide best practical exposure to students by regular participation through Summer Schools in Police Stations, Courts, Revenue Office and Law Firms.
Research at the Faculty of Legal Sciences is supported by: