In the last three decades, as India abandoned the post-colonial license raj system for a system based on free market principles, it witnessed a multi-pronged expansion of its markets and industries. This expansion has resulted in a growing economy, comprising several public and private sector enterprises operating in various markets and industries. Regulating such markets and industries requires nuanced understanding of laws governing securities, banking, corporate insolvency, and competition.
This programme provides learners with a specialized focus on transactions, markets, and local and global regulatory issues. The programme is ideal for dynamic lawyers of tomorrow, as it facilitates an understanding of the structure and interplay of corporate and financial law from a 360° perspective.
Cutting-edge curriculum developed by the outstanding faculty members of the JGLS.
Comprehensive and interdisciplinary approach to the management and control of companies to achieve synergy of financial growth, health and stability.
Focus on legal, regulatory, and economic challenges faced by companies.
Contemporary and cutting-edge corporate research opportunities through our core and specialized courses.
Skill-based learning approach equips learners to apply principles in the context of corporate and financial transactions.
LL.M. in Corporate and Financial Law (Blended Learning Programme) is a 24 credits programme including three core courses (3 credits each), six specialized courses (2 credits each) and a dissertation (3 credits).
1. Core/Compulsory Courses:
2. Specialized Courses:
Prof. Anand Prakash Mishra,
Director Law Admissions and Associate Professor of Legal Practice & Associate Dean (Admissions, Outreach & Institution Building)