CLAT PG +1 More
|LSAT India PG||10 Nov, 2020 - 14 May, 2021||Application | Mode: Online|
|29 May, 2021||Exam - Option - 2 | Mode: Online|
|25 Mar, 2021||Exam - Option - 1 | Mode: Online|
|CLAT PG||01 Jan, 2021 - 15 May, 2021||Application | Mode: Online|
|01 Jun, 2021 (Tentative)||Admit Card | Mode: Online|
|13 Jun, 2021||Exam | Mode: Offline|
|26 Dec, 2020||Advertisement | Mode: Online|
- Mode: Full time
- Duration: 1 Year
The Law of Constitution is the Supreme Law from which every other law in India derives its validity. It is the backbone of all the Public laws and thus the knowledge of this field strengthens the understanding of a law graduate to appreciate, analyse and critically evaluate the laws of the land. LLM with specialisation in Constitutional and Administrative law is aimed to foster in the students, a meaningful understanding of the basic philosophical tenets of the Indian and the Constitution of other Countries, and to train them in the fundamental legal structures and concepts such as basic rights, rule of law, judicial review, system of governance etc. The course is also an aid to develop legal writing aptitude, possessing research prowess and fluency in drafting the administrative policies engrained with constitutional principles and ethos. An expert in this field is also in demand for NGOs working in the field of protection of fundamental rights, Legal Firms engaged in writ lawyering, Research Institutions and National and International Human Rights Organisations. Besides being an ideal choice for the candidates aspiring for the Judicial and the Civil Services, the expertise in the field also paves the way to become private Constitutional Lawyer, Legal Consultant and practitioner for matters decided before the Quasi-judicial authorities, compliance consultant and the legal educator. AURO School of Law, thus introduced the LLM in Constitutional and Administrative Law, with the dynamic curriculum to cater to the need of all the students opting for any of the career options related to the field.
- Past academic credentials.
- Completion of Application Form including Statement of Purpose.
- Personal Interview.
- Possess a bachelor’s degree in Law (3 year or 5 year degree) with at-least 50% marks.
- Have the score of CLAT/LSAT exam conducted on the all India basis for the admission in LLM Program
- Shall appear before the interview Panel formed by the Center.
- Admission according to the merit list made on the basis of the test scores and the interview.