University School of Law and Legal Studies

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University School of Law & Legal Studies (USLLS)
Motto ज्योतिर्वृणीत तमसो विजानन्
Type Public
Established 2001
Chancellor Anil Baijal
Vice-Chancellor Prof. Anil K. Tyagi
Students 700 (BA+BBA LLB)
Undergraduates 630
Postgraduates 40
30
Location Dwarka, Delhi,  India
28°35′41″N 77°01′08″E / 28.5947°N 77.0189°E / 28.5947; 77.0189Coordinates: 28°35′41″N 77°01′08″E / 28.5947°N 77.0189°E / 28.5947; 77.0189
Campus Urban
60 acres (24 ha)
Affiliations UGC
Website USLLS home page

University School of Law & Legal Studies is one of the constituent schools of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. Established in 2001, it is an institution dedicated to law and was the first state government law school in Delhi.[1] It is now regarded as one of the best law schools in the Delhi-NCR region, with an acceptance rate of a mere 4%.

History[edit]

Established in 2001, the objective of University School of Law and Legal Studies was to run a Five Year Integrated Professional Law Course and to serve as an institution of advanced legal studies. It was the first University Law School established in the vicinity of the Supreme Court, Delhi High Court, various subordinate courts, commissions, tribunals and various monitoring offices of national and international voluntary organizations.

Earlier located at Kashmere Gate, the college shifted to new 65 acre Dwarka campus and now has state of the art infrastructure shared by other colleges inside the main campus of the University.

Programmes Offered[edit]

School offers the following programmes, in the field of Law and Legal Studies:

  • B.A., LL.B. (H) Five Year Course

Duration: 05 years (Ten Semesters - Regular teaching in nine semesters and Dissertation in the tenth semester)

  • B.B.A., LL.B. (H) Five Year Course

Duration: 05 years (Ten Semesters - Regular teaching in nine semesters and Dissertation in the tenth semester)

Duration: 02 years (Four Semesters - Regular teaching in three semesters and Dissertation in the fourth semester)

The college offers the LL.M. programme for the following fields of specialization:

  1. Corporate Law
  2. Human Rights Law
  3. Intellectual Property Rights
  4. International Trade Law
  5. Alternative Dispute Redressal (ADR)

Foreign Students: Some percentage of seats are reserved for foreign students in the University School in both graduate and post graduate programmes.

  • Master of Laws (LL.M.) Weekend Course

Duration: 02 years (Four Semesters - Regular teaching in three semesters and Dissertation in the fourth semester) Intake: 20 + 20 seats Selection Pattern: Admission through Interview.

The LL.M. programme in the following fields of specialization:

Industrial and Intellectual Property Law

Cyber Law and Cyber Crimes

The school offers Ph.D. programme in various disciplines of law.

Seat Matrix[edit]

  • B.A. LLB (5 Year Integrated) : Total seats are 61 = 29 (General-Delhi) + 5 (General - Outside Delhi) + 27 (Reserved Seats)
  • BBA LLB (5 Year Integrated) Total seats are 40 = 20 (General-Delhi + 3 (General - Outside Delhi) + 17 (Reserved Seats)

Reserved Categories are SC, ST, OBC, DEF, PH, KM[2]

Admission[edit]

Admissions for the five year integrated LL.B.(H) course are made on the basis of merit, which is evaluated by the 'Common Entrance Test' of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University - commonly knows as the CET.

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