- Mode: Full time
- Duration: 3 Years
The LL.D degrees are of the most advanced law degrees. The candidates to these degrees are expected to produce a thesis that will constitute a substantial and valuable contribution to legal scholarship. Since the doctoral programme is designed to train law teachers, having the opportunity to practice teaching skills is critical. The candidate is therefore given teaching assignments in addition to making presentations before the faculty community.
- The candidate shall have Ph.D. Degree in Law of any recognized University.
- The candidate must have published as the main author a minimum of ten articles in the peer-reviewed/refereed journals having ISSN number or books of repute with ISBN number after the completion of Ph.D.