Courses Offered


LL.B (3 Years) Degree Course

The Curriculum & Examination Pattern will be as per the University Of Mumbai, revised as per Circular No. UG/19 of 2019-20 dated 20th May, 2019 relating to the implementation of CBCS system for the Three Years LL.B (Sem I to Sem VI) and Five Years B.A/ LL.B. (Sem I to Sem X) programmes. CBCS 60:40 introduced in 2019-20 should be replaced by CBCS 75:25. The allotment of marks are as per the University of Mumbai from the Academic year 2022-23 the Three years LL.B. & Five years B.A/ LL.B programme is offered under CBCS system (75:25 pattern). For details of the same, the students are advised to refer to the circular No. AAMS_UGS/ICC/22023-24/18 dated 26th June 2023 available on the University’s Website

  • FULL FORM- Bachelor of Law/Laws (In Latin: Legum Baccalaureus)
  • Intake Capacity- 180 Seats (3 Divisions)
  • Duration of course- Three Years (Six Semesters)
  • Admission Criteria- Merit Basis through Centralized Admission Process (CAP) As Per MH-CET (Maharashtra State Common Entrance Merit)
  • Eligibility- Non-Zero MH-CET Score & Graduation / Post Graduation in any stream, With Minimum 45% of Marks in aggregate (That is 45 % marks for all the parts of the Degree Examination taken together), (candidate belonging to SC and ST Category need only 40% marks and VJNT, SBC and OBC Category with minimum 42% marks in the qualifying examination.)
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The Curriculum as per the University Of Mumbai

Subjects for the LL.B. Degree Course [Three Years (Semester - I to VI) with effect from the academic year 2004 - 05.

Important: Candidate will not be admitted nor allowed to appear at the examinations to be conducted at the end of the second, fourth and sixth semesters of 3 year LL.B. course unless he/she has successfully passed the examination in *practical training papers for the respective semesters to be conducted by the college on behalf of the University, with a minimum of 45% of the passing marks.

Semester – I

  • Labour Law and Industrial Relations- I
  • Law of Torts, Motor Accident Claims and Consumer Protection
  • Law of Contract And Specific Relief
  • Legal Language
  • Practical Training I – Professional Ethics and professional Accounting System

Semester - II

  • Law of Crimes
  • Constitutional Law- I
  • Family Law - I
  • Environmental Laws
  • Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing I

Semester - III

  • Administrative Laws
  • Transfer of Property
  • Family Law- II
  • Company Law
  • Practical Training II- Alternate Dispute Resolution

Semester - IV

  • Jurisprudence/ Legal Theory
  • Contract  - II
  • Constitutional Law-II
  • Elective Course :Any one
    -Human Rights Law
    -Criminology and Penology
    -Bankruptcy Laws
  • Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing -II

Semester – V

  • Civil Procedure Code 1908 and Limitation Act 1963
  • Criminal Procedure Code 1973, The Juvenile Justice (Care, And Protection of Children ) Act, 2015 and The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act 2012
  • Labour Law and Industrial Relations - II
  • Public International Law
  • Practical Training – III Moot Court Exercise and Internship

Semester - VI

  • Law of Evidence
  • Law of Evidence
  • Elective Course: Any two from the following:
    -Intellectual Property Laws
    -Law of Banking and Negotiable instruments
    -Law and Medicine
    -Law relating to Women and Children
    -Law of Insurance
    -Conflict of Laws
  • Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing -III

Note- If a student desires to pursue the study of law for the sake of pure knowledge but does not wish to practice as an advocate, he is eligible for the LL.B (General) Degree at the end of the 2nd year of 3-year LL.B Course. On the successful completion of the 3 years Law course, the student is eligible for the LL.B degree awarded by the University of Mumbai. Students choosing this path can practice in the courts across the country, after qualifying the examination conducted by the All India Bar council, New Delhi.

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