OP Jindal Global University is a Private university located at Sonipat, Haryana, India. It was established in 2009 as a philanthropic initiative of its founding chancellor, Naveen Jindal in memory of his father, O.P. Jindal.
The School’s expert faculty comes from across the globe and engages in critical scholarship that contributes to public debates both in India and abroad.
JGU was ranked among the top 450 universities in Asia on the QS Asia University Rankings 2019, and became the youngest Indian University to feature in the QS BRICS Rankings 2019.
About the course
Jindal Global Law School (JGLS) of O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU), in association with WWF-India, has launched a LLM Programme in Environmental Law, Energy and Climate Change.
A Programme for Law Graduates who would like to develop specialist legal knowledge to tackle global challenges like climate change and energy access.
As an advanced degree offered at CPGLS, JGLS, the LLM programme is designed to represent outstanding academic achievement. The intensive curriculum provides a number of electives on contemporary topics in National and International Environmental Law.
The teaching pedagogy will be based on the assumption that students pursuing an LLM degree have a strong academic background and a basic understanding of their speciality area. Many of our courses will be taught by both leading scholars and periodically by accomplished international and domestic practitioners.
The programme starts on 1st August 2019.
Applicants to the LLM programme must have a Bachelor’s degree in Law from any university in India or abroad that is duly recognised under the law and by the regulatory authorities.
Students graduating in 2019 can apply, however they should submit their final certificate/mark sheet at the time of admission.
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