NLU Mumbai launches one year LL.M. (Professional) programme, becomes 2nd NLU to launch such programme


Maharashtra National Law University Mumbai, established under the Maharashtra National Law University Act 2014 on 20th March 2014, is one of the premier National Law Universities in India.

Within the span of four years the University has been able to traverse an arduous yet, promising path filled with lots of possibilities for the future. Located in the pristine Powai region of Mumbai, the University enjoys an un-paralleled avenue for higher studies especially in law and related matters. The course structures of the University are framed in accordance with the norms of the BCI and UGC with a team of dedicated and  committed teachers. Hon’ble Mr. Justice S.A. Bobde,  Judge, Supreme Court of India is the Chancellor of the University who not only guides but also inspires the institution with his novel ideas and rich experience in law field.

The University has invited applications for admission to the One year LL.M (Professional) Programme for the Academic Year 2019-20, commencing from October – 2019.
LL.M. (Professional) shall not qualify a candidate to the academic benefits of regular LLM degree like admission to M.Phil./Ph.D. It shall not provide eligibility for NET/SET/SLET Exams.

The LL.M. (Professional) Programme will be conducted through a mixed mode of class room teaching & virtual contact learning. A person who has completed his/her LL.B. (3 years or 5 years) and has been in service or had professional experience will be eligible to enroll for the said programme. Total number of seats
The total numbers of seats are 100. However, the University reserves the right to alter the number of seats for the programme in a given academic year without prior notice.
Note: (Reservation: As per Maharashtra Government Rules.)

Admission Criteria
Candidates for admission will be selected on the basis of percentage secured in LL.B. The merit cut-off list will accordingly be prepared for admission. Reservation is as per Maharashtra Government Rules.

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