Faculty of Law was established in the year 2017 under the benign patronage of Dr. M.R Doreswamy, Chancellor, PES University with a vision of establishing a Global Law School.
The Faculty of Law offers five years integrated law programs spread across ten semesters and One-year LLM program in three specializations (Constitutional Law & Administrative Law, Corporate Law & Trade Law and Intellectual Property Right & Trade Law).
Faculty of Law, PES University offers the one-year LLM program in the three specializations.
Constitutional Law & Administrative Law
Corporate Law & Trade Law
Intellectual Property Right & Trade Law
The One Year LLM Programme is made up of core and optional courses are drawn from one of the two specializations. The programme shall have 44 credits with the following components:
Three Core mandatory courses (4 credits each)
Six optional courses (4 credits each)
Dissertation on a topic approved by the academic supervisor (4 Credits)
Internship ( 2 credits)
Teaching Practice ( 2 credits)
Full time TWELVE Months divided between TWO Semesters (Including holidays and vacations).
Applicants to the LLM programme at the Faculty of Law, PES University must have a Bachelor’s degree in Law from any college in India or abroad that is duly recognized under the law and by the regulatory authorities. Students graduating in the year of commencement of LLM program can also apply, however they should submit their final certificate/mark sheet at the time of admission.
Admission will be based on the performance of one of the following entrance examinations (70% weightage)
LSAT-India entrance test
CLAT-PG Entrance Test for LLM admission
Statement of purpose and Curriculum Vitae (30% weightage)
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