Centre For Post Graduate Legal Studies

LL.M. in Corporate and Financial Law and Policy

Why pursue an LL.M. in Corporate and Financial Law and Policy?

LL.M. in Corporate and Financial Law and Policy encourages interdisciplinary engagement with ‘corporate, financial and economic laws’. This specialization provides a unique opportunity to understand the various modes of investment, associated risk, decision making process and underlying challenges as well as impediments. An expansive list of elective courses will take students through the nuances of corporate restructuring, risk and return associated with investment, contemporary issues in mergers and acquisitions, and strategies to improve financial stability of corporate entities. Elective courses are taught by experienced corporate lawyers and academicians, and designed to embed practical understanding with academic rigour. This specialization is suitable for and will benefit corporate lawyers, business professionals, academicians, financial regulators and legal practitioners.

What makes our LL.M. in Corporate and Financial Law and Policy special?

The JGLS LL.M. in Corporate and Financial Law and Policy offers a cutting-edge curriculum developed with leading academics, industry professionals and regulators. Courses in this specialization will focus on legal, regulatory and economic challenges faced by corporate entities. Classroom experience will be augmented with a series of research and professional conferences on contemporary corporate law topics organized by JGLS and other schools of O.P. Jindal Global (Institution of Eminence Deemed To Be University). The outstanding academic qualifications of JGLS faculties and legal professionals along with a diverse array of research centres housed in the JGLS, would provide an excellent platform for LL.M. students to participate in cutting-edge research.

What will you study?

LL.M.in Corporate and Financial Law and Policy is a 24-credit programme including core, foundational and elective  courses. All students must complete the required credits in order to receive the LL.M. degree. As a compulsory requirement, LL.M. students need to write a dissertation of 8000 – 10,000 words. Students are allowed to take a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 6 electives.

Legal Research MethodologyInternational Investment LawCSR, Development and Global Governance

Comparative Insolvency Law


Law and Justice in a Globalizing WorldIntersections of Law, Business and Human RightsMergers and Acquisitions

International Commercial Arbitration


Comparative Public Law and Systems of GovernanceCommercial Contract DraftingGovernance of Artificial Intelligence & Blockchain

International Economics


International Commercial LawCorporate Governance and Business Ethics

International Development Finance and South-South Cooperation



Foundational Course in ‘Introduction to Corporate and Financial Law’Corporate Social AccountingManagement Accounting

Institutional Economics


Doing Business in the European UnionFinancial Markets in the European Union

Economics of Financial Crisis


Dissertation (3 credits)

The electives mentioned above are merely indicative and may vary from year to year depending on the availability of faculty members, their research interests, and the number of students opting for an elective course. It may not be possible to offer every course listed above. With permission, it is possible to take up  to two modules external to your programme, as optional choices.

Admissions Team

Ms. Anitha Shibu,

Manager, CPGLS 

: ashibu@jgu.edu.in

: +91 8396907246

Prof. Anand Prakash Mishra,

Director Law Admissions and Associate Professor of Legal Practice & Associate Dean (Admissions, Outreach & Institution Building)

: apmishra@jgu.edu.in


Ms. Anshu Gupta

Assistant Manager – JGLS Admissions


: +91 702 785 0363

Ms. Anugya Kumar

Associate – JGLS Admissions

: anugya@jgu.edu.in

: +91 893 030 0159