The Master of Laws (LLM) degree allows a law graduate to specialise in any legal sub-stream. It provides thorough knowledge, an unparalleled experience, and the opportunity to learn from top professionals about law and legal affairs of the country. Shoolini University has designed this course to give an overview of trademarks and trademark law and practices in countries around the world. International treaties, conventions and agreements also come under the scanner.

Experienced professors of the Faculty of Legal Sciences design the curriculum to explicate the concepts of laws, intellectual property rights (IPR) and cyber law.

We have regular updates from the corporate sector and guest lectures by Judges and Advocates of the High Court and Supreme Court.

Research Opportunities

Tax Law | Criminal Law | Constitutional Law | Indian Laws International Laws

LLM Career Opportunities

  • Pratice Law
  • Assistant Public Prosecutor
  • Teaching
  • Legal Advisor
  • Judiciary
  • Law Officer

Semester I 1 Legal Research and Methodology 4 Compulsory Course-I
2 Judicial Process 4 Compulsory Course II
A Constitutional Law (CON) (Specialization)
A (1) Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy 4 Major Course III
A (2) Local Self Government and Direct Democracy 4 Major Course IV
A (3) Media Ethics/ Human Rights Laws 4 Major Course V
B Criminal Law (CRI) (Specialization)
B (1) Administrative of Criminal Justice 4 Major Course III
B (2) Crime and Social Legislation 4 Major Course IV
B (3) Socio Economic Laws/ Cyber Crime  4 Major Course V 
Business Law (BUS) (Specialization)
C (1) Company Law 4 Major Course III
C (2) Intellectual Property Law I 4 Major Course IV
C (3) Human Resource Laws/ Insurance Laws 4 Major Course V
C (4) Law SPRINT 1 COURSE VI (Mandatory)
One has to complete 20 Credits (02 Compulosory + 03 Courses from Specilization
Semester II 1 Jurisprudence 4 Compulsory Course-VII
2 Law & Social Transformation 4 Compulsory Course VIII
A Constitutional Law (CON) (Specialization)   Group (CON)
A (1) Federal Relation under Indian Constitution 4 (Major) Course IX
A (2) Natural Secrecy, Public Order and Role of Law 4 (Major) Course X
A (3) Health Care Laws/ Environmental Law 4 (Major) Course XI
B Criminal Law (CRI) (Specialization)   Group (CRI)
B (1) Juvenile Delinquency 4 (Major)
B (2) Law & Organizational Crime 4 (Major) Course X
B (3) Peace & Security Laws/ International Migration and Refugee Laws 4 (Major) Course XI
Business Law (BUS) (Specialization)   Group (BUS)
C (1) Banking Law 4 (Major) Course IX
C (2) Intellectual Property Law II 4 (Major)
C (3) Financial Crimes/Economic Laws 4 Major Course XI
4 Law SPRINT 1 COURSE XII (Mandatory)
5 Teaching Practice 4 COURSE XIII
6 Dissertation and viva voce 5 COURSE XIV
One has to complete 30 Credits (02 Compulosory + 03 Courses from Specilization, Teaching Practice & Dissertation and Viva Voce)
Total Credits of the Course (20+30) = 50

Rajinder Sharma
Rajinder SharmaVisiting Faculty
Nandan Sharma
Nandan SharmaProfessor
Renu Pal Sood
Renu Pal SoodAssociate Professor
Narinder Gupta
Narinder GuptaProfessor
Chander Mohan Gupta
Chander Mohan GuptaAssistant Professor
Swati Soni
Swati SoniAssistant Professor
Anita Chauhan
Anita ChauhanAssistant Professor
Monika Thakur
Monika ThakurAssistant Professor
Anupriya Thakur
Anupriya ThakurAssistant Professor
Palak Sharma
Palak SharmaAssistant Professor
Deepak Devi (LLB)

Deepak Devi (LLB)

I credit the illustrious faculty of legal practitioners and luminaries of law for enhancing my court skills. Through various moot competitions organised in the university, we are encouraged to engage in critical thinking and methodical skills. Weekly visits to the district court help us gain practical knowledge along with the theoretical.

Jyoti Thakur (LLB)

Jyoti Thakur (LLB)

I feel like a completely different person now. The journey has been extremely beautiful. Regular moot court sessions along with participation in national and international conferences and seminars have provided me the base to be a successful lawyer with a solid legal mind.

Frequently Asked Questions

LLM at Shoolini University is approved by HPPERC and has UGC certification.

What are the unique activities conducted by the School of Law for its students?

The School of Law students learn and develop both legal and transferable skills, such as the ability to understand and analyse complex legal issues and present persuasive arguments orally and in writing. The illustrious faculty members provide a unique and contemporary education, right from the undergraduate to PhD level, boosting students’ prospects with experiential learning opportunities, such as working with our legal aid clinics, in-house internships, and placements with reputed companies.

After completing this program, you can pursue a career in teaching, research, judiciary, law firms or become a public prosecutor, practice law, legal advisors, law officer, and more.

Shoolini provides world-class infrastructure facilities to its students. The campus has more than 104 labs and innovative e-studios. It provides high- speed Internet, Ethernet, whiteboards and lightboards. Students have 24X7 access to Yogananda Knowledge Centre, the EBSCO Online library with over one million publications.

Shoolini University has 250+ tie-ups with the universities of USA, Canada, Italy, United Kingdom, China, South Africa and Saudi Arabia. Research and student exchange is encouraged under various exchange programs.

Shoolini boasts a dedicated and proactive placement cell that helps students find jobs in multilateral agencies like law firms and government organisations.

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Course Details

  • Eligibility: LLB/ BALLB with minimum 55% marks

  • Admission Criteria: CLAT or Shoolini University's multiple choice entrance test (SU-SAT), and faculty interaction

  • Duration: 1 year

  • Fee Structure

    Semester Fee : 47440