University School of Law

University School of Law
The University School of Law is duly recognized by the Bar Council of India and aims at imparting quality legal education. The students are sensitized to identify the problems of society and ensure social and economic justice through rule of law, and to eradicate injustice and poverty from the society. An increased stress is given on practical education by involving the learners in moot court exercises and frequent visits to courts in action. A legal aid clinic has been set up at the School where a professional lawyer deputed by the District Legal Services Authority provides legal consultation to needy persons. The teachers and students of the School are actively involved in the legal aid work. The School has a state-of-the-art Moot Court Room and a well-equipped library. Apart from practicing law in courts, the students graduating from the School can opt for a career in judiciary, civil services and multinational companies.

Departmental Activities

University School of Law - Faculty
# Name Designation Qualification Area of Specialization Resume
Dr. Param Jeet SinghProfessor and HeadPhD, L.L.M., D.M.P.E.Criminal Law and Constitutional Law
Dr. SunainaAssistant ProfessorPhD, L.L.M.Criminal Law
Ms. Navneet KaurAssistant ProfessorL.L.M.Family Law
Dr. Supinder KaurAssistant ProfessorPhD, L.L.M.Criminal Law
Bhavna MehtaAssistant ProfessorLLB, LLMLaw
University School of Law - Programs
Course Name Eligibility Duration Syllabus
BA-LLB (Integrated)10+2 with at least 45% marks in aggregate from a recognised board/council. 5 Years
LLBGraduation with at least 45% marks in aggregate from a recognised University.3 Years
LLM (Criminal Law/Family Law)LLB (3yrs.) degree or LLB (5yrs. integrated) with at least 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized University 1 Year
Ph.D. (Doctorate of Philosophy) - LawAs per UGC Norms------
University School of Law - Research
Number of Ph.D. students 6 In-Progress
Research Projects Details 0
Research Papers Published 50+