Indian Law Institute

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The Indian Law Institute (ILI) is a deemed university and socio-legal research institute, founded in 1956. Established in New Delhi, primarily with the objective of promoting and conducting legal research, education and training.[1][2] The objectives of the Institute as laid down in its Memorandum of Association are to cultivate the science of law, to promote advanced studies and research in law so as to meet the social, economic and other needs of the Indian people, to promote systematization of law, to encourage and conduct investigations in legal and allied fields, to improve legal education, to impart instructions in law, and to publish studies, books, periodicals, etc.

Overview[edit]

It was formally inaugurated by the President of India, Dr. Rajendra Prasad on December 12, 1957.[1] The Institute is an autonomous body registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860, the Indian Law Institute has the requisite independence and academic freedom to carry out its objectives. The membership of the Institute is now nearly three thousand representing the persons interested in the study and advancement of law.

Hon’ble Chief Justice of India is the ex officio President of the Institute. The Law Minister of Government of India & the Attorney-General for India are its ex officio Vice Presidents. Third Vice-President is elected by the members of the Governing Council, from among themselves. Judges of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India and High Courts, prominent lawyers, Government officials and Professors of Law are represented in the Governing Council of the Institute.

The Institute's Library is one of the best libraries in the country. It has more than 75000 titles. It subscribes to 270 current legal periodicals. JILI is one of the leading law journal. ASIL contains surveys of leading reported court cases in India in a year and same are analysed by academicians and practitioners.

The Indian Law Institute has been granted Deemed University Status in 2004 vide Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development Notification No. F.9-9/2001-U.3 dated 29.10.2004. After that in 2005, the institute enrolled its first batch of L.L.M. and Ph.D. program, and later also started research based courses.[2][3]

PUBLICATIONS

ILI publishes various books and two Journals. JILI(Journal of Indian law Institute) is a very respectable international journal for academicians, researchers, advocates, judges etc. Ths is edited by Dr Jyoti Dogra Sood, Assistant Research Professor(senior). It has another journal ILI Law review which is online law journal specially for law students, though academicians, researchers, advocates, judges, etc may also contribute. This is edited by Dr Anurag Deep, Associate Professor.

Courses Offered[edit]

Degree Courses
  • Ph.D. in Law
  • LL.M. - 2-year course
 LL.M.-1 year Course
  • LL.M. (Evening) - 3-year course
P.G. Diploma Courses
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADRs)
  • Corporate Laws & Management
  • Cyber Law
  • Drafting of Legislation, Treaties and Agreements (Not available)
  • Environmental Law & Management (Not available)
  • Human Rights Law (Not available)
  • Intellectual Property Rights Law
  • International Trade Law (Not available)
  • Labour Law (Not available)
  • Securities & Banking Laws (Not available)
  • Tax Law (Not available)
Online Certificate Courses
(3 months)
  • Cyber Law
  • Intellectual Property Rights and Information Technology in the Internet Age

Notable faculty[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Profile". Official website. Retrieved June 5, 2013. 
  2. ^ a b "Indian Law Institute offers research-based courses". The Hindu. May 18, 2008. Retrieved June 5, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Indian Law Institute gets deemed university status". The Hindu. Jun 5, 2005. Retrieved June 5, 2013. 
  4. ^ "In Remembrance: Professor Lotika Sarkar (1923-2013)". Bar and Bench. April 8, 2013. Retrieved June 5, 2013. 

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