Department of Law - Azim Premji University
PES Campus Pixel Park, B Block Electronics City, Hosur Road (Beside NICE Road) Bengaluru - 560 100
BAR Council of India (BCI)
The Department of Law at the Azim Premji University was launched in 2016 and aspires to make a significant contribution to society through law education.
Azim Premji University professes liberal and ‘humanistic’ values but at the same time defines their intent unambiguously in the context of India’s social and political development.
The Department of Law at the Azim Premji University is passionate about teaching advancements and developments in law and boasts a faculty that is dedicated to student development.
The Department of Law at the Azim Premji University offers a one-year Post-Graduate Program in Law and Development (Masters in Law / LL.M).
Scholarships are subject to the central/state government and college rules.
Admission is based on merit and eligibility criteria.
The Department of Law at the Azim Premji University is inter-disciplinary and empirically grounded. The department refocuses law and legal education to the ethical resolution of critical public policy problems. The University understands the importance of economic development and guides its students through the various nuances of the professional world and helps them to secure a bright career. The Department of Law at the Azim Premji University is focused and dedicated to postgraduate research and teaching.
The programme consists of three components-core and elective courses, field work, including a four-week external internship and a dissertation.
A law degree covers the foundation subjects that are required for entry into the legal professions. But the understanding of legal implications and obligations, combined with the ability to apply this knowledge in practice, is valuable in many parts of the public, private and voluntary sectors.
Konappana Agarhara stop is the nearest bus station to the Department of Law - Azim Premji University.
A Bachelor of Laws degree from a recognized degree granting University in India or abroad is the eligibility criteria. As the Bachelor of Laws is in most cases a non-specialist degree, the LL.M. Programme will be open to students with diverse interests in law. Applicants must clear the entrance examination held by Azim Premji University for the post- graduate programmes.
The core courses include: Law and Justice in a Globalising World, Law and Development, Research Methods and Legal Writing, and Comparative Public Law/Systems of Governance.