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B.A. LL.B. (Hons.)

Start Date

1 August 2023
End Date
31 July 2028
Duration
5 Years

Programme Fee (Yearly)

Rs. 6.25 Lacs

B.A. LL.B. (Hons.)

Electives

Students are offered a number of elective courses from their third year of study. These courses are often interdisciplinary, involving elements of law as well as other disciplines in social science and management. Successful completion of electives will lead to the awarding of credits, which are ascertained per elective, based on the number of instructional hours. For example, a three credit course will have at least three hours of classroom lectures per week and one or more hours of tutorial instruction per week.

Further, a number of elective courses at the various schools of the University are open for cross-registration. For example, a student of the Jindal School of International Affairs may opt for a course on International Humanitarian Law offered by the Jindal Global Law School. List of Elective courses for JGLS as follows:

  • Law of International Organizations
  • An introduction to strategic thinking : Game Theory I
  • Rural Governance
  • Human Rights Clinic
  • Trade, Environment, and Developing Countries
  • Legal Interest of Humankind in International Law
  • Changing Constitutions: Comparative Studies of Birth, Life, and Death of
  • Constitutional Texts
  • Comparative Federalism
  • Art & Cultural Law
  • Kashmir Counterinsurgency and International Law: Armed Conflict and Permanent Emergencies
  • Law and Religion
  • Dispute Resolution in Sports – Buckling up for a Brave New World
  • CSR, Development and Global Governance
  • Securities Regulation
  • Advanced Tort Law
  • Critical Perspectives on EU Law and Politics
  • IP Strategy for Businesses
  • Anti-Terror and National Security Laws
  • Child Sexual Abuse and the Law
  • Law and Policy of Foreign Investment Regulation in India
  • Data, Platforms and the Digital Economy: An E.U. Competition Law Perspective
  • Global South and International Law
  • Natural Resources Law
  • Critical Psychology of Law
  • Law of Disaster Management
  • Climate Change & Human Rights
  • Positive Psychology & Good Life
  • Bail and Jail: Understanding Bail Laws of India
  • Free Speech in The Global Context
  • Law & Literature
  • Critical Tax Theory
  • Law, Democracy and Capitalism
  • Insurance Law and Practice
  • International Commercial Arbitration
  • International Taxation and Tax Treaties
  • Indirect Taxation & Goods and Services Tax Law of the Sea
  • ASEAN Law, Policy, and Governance
  • Building a Global Consensus through EU GDPR: An Assessment of Data Privacy
  • Legislations in Asia (India, China, Philippines and Thailand)
  • Does Punishment Work? Examining the Role of Punishment in Criminal Law
  • The Theory of Recognition: Race, Caste, Class and Gender
  • Human Rights & Emerging Technologies
  • Technology, Financial Markets & Society
  • Appellate Litigation Before the Supreme Court in India
  • Ethos of Environmental and Constitutional Law in India and Beyond
  • A Practitioner’s Approach to Anti-competitive Agreements
  • International Humanitarian Law in Theory and Practice
  • LAW and PSYCHEDELICS
  • LAW and PSYCHEDELICS
  • Law and Psychology
  • Privacy and New Technologies: The EU Paradigm
  • Transfer Pricing: Evolution, Challenges and the Impact of BEPS
  • International Law, Colonialism and Violence
  • Global Rights & Business
  • Commercial Contract Drafting
  • Commercial Contract Drafting
  • Art, Law And Visual Representations Of Justice
  • Cricket 2.0: Law, Popular Culture and the Pandemic
  • Algorithmic Trading
  • Constitutionalism in Emerging States
  • International Human Rights
  • International Human Rights and Comparative Disability Law
  • Advanced Knowledge of Anti-Discrimination Law
  • Project Finance
  • Sexual(ized) and Gender(ed) Lives: Regulation, Reform, Resistance
  • Why “Good Vibes Only”: Theorising Feminism and Affect
  • Anti-Dumping & Trade Remedies
  • WTO & Dispute Settlement
  • Ancient Wisdom for Management and Legal Professionals – AWML
  • International Law: Courts and Tribunals
  • Women’s Rights as Human Rights: Feminist Interpretation and Application of
  • International Human Rights Law
  • Ethics of Capitalism: Exploring Property and Contracts
  • Medical Negligence in India: Law and Practice
  • Politics and Non-violence
  • Law, Lawyer and Justice in American Movies
  • Law and Finance for Environmental Sustainability
  • Introduction to Principles of GST
  • Constitutional and Legal History of Tax: 1935-2016
  • Marketing Communications: The Intersections of Business & Law
  • Consumer-Culture: Wearing the ‘Law-Hat’
  • Construction Contracts and Arbitration in India
  • Drugs and Pharmaceuticals Regulation in India
  • International Aviation Law
  • Post-colonial Democracy and the Law
  • Mediation- Law and Practice
  • Comparative Transnational Litigation
  • Comparative International Sale of Goods Law
  • Analyzing Armed Conflict: An Introduction to Conflict and Peace Studies
  • Is Law male? Gender, Crime and Human Rights in India
  • Comparative Constitutional Law
  • Human Rights Lawyering in India
  • Class and the City in Indian Cinema
  • Capitalism and Cosmology in Modern India
  • Competition Law in Digital Markets
  • Law of International Organizations
  • An introduction to strategic thinking : Game Theory I
  • Rural Governance
  • Human Rights Clinic
  • Trade, Environment, and Developing Countries
  • Legal Interest of Humankind in International Law
  • Changing Constitutions: Comparative Studies of Birth, Life, and Death of Constitutional Texts
  • Comparative Federalism
  • Art & Cultural Law
  • Kashmir Counterinsurgency and International Law: Armed Conflict and Permanent Emergencies
  • Law and Religion
  • Dispute Resolution in Sports – Buckling up for a Brave New World
  • CSR, Development and Global Governance
  • Securities Regulation
  • Advanced Tort Law
  • Critical Perspectives on EU Law and Politics
  • IP Strategy for Businesses
  • Anti-Terror and National Security Laws
  • Child Sexual Abuse and the Law
  • Law and Policy of Foreign Investment Regulation in India
  • Data, Platforms and the Digital Economy: An E.U. Competition Law Perspective
  • Global South and International Law
  • Natural Resources Law
  • Critical Psychology of Law
  • Law of Disaster Management
  • Climate Change & Human Rights
  • Positive Psychology & Good Life
  • Bail and Jail: Understanding Bail Laws of India
  • Free Speech in The Global Context
  • Law & Literature
  • Critical Tax Theory
  • Law, Democracy and Capitalism
  • Insurance Law and Practice
  • International Commercial Arbitration
  • International Taxation and Tax Treaties
  • Indirect Taxation & Goods and Services Tax
  • Law of the Sea
  • ASEAN Law, Policy, and Governance
  • Building a Global Consensus through EU GDPR: An Assessment of Data Privacy Legislations in Asia (India, China, Philippines and Thailand)
  • Does Punishment Work? Examining the Role of Punishment in Criminal Law
  • The Theory of Recognition: Race, Caste, Class and Gender
  • Human Rights & Emerging Technologies
  • Technology, Financial Markets & Society
  • Appellate Litigation Before the Supreme Court in India
  • Ethos of Environmental and Constitutional Law in India and Beyond
  • A Practitioner’s Approach to Anti-competitive Agreements
  • International Humanitarian Law in Theory and Practice
  • LAW and PSYCHEDELICS
  • LAW and PSYCHEDELICS
  • Law and Psychology
  • Privacy and New Technologies: The EU Paradigm
  • Transfer Pricing: Evolution, Challenges and the Impact of BEPS
  • International Law, Colonialism and Violence
  • Global Rights & Business
  • Commercial Contract Drafting
  • Commercial Contract Drafting
  • Art, Law And Visual Representations Of Justice
  • Cricket 2.0: Law, Popular Culture and the Pandemic
  • Algorithmic Trading
  • Constitutionalism in Emerging States
  • International Human Rights
  • International Human Rights and Comparative Disability Law
  • Advanced Knowledge of Anti-Discrimination Law
  • Project Finance
  • Sexual(ized) and Gender(ed) Lives: Regulation, Reform, Resistance
  • Why “Good Vibes Only”: Theorising Feminism and Affect
  • Anti-Dumping & Trade Remedies
  • WTO & Dispute Settlement
  • Ancient Wisdom for Management and Legal Professionals – AWML
  • International Law: Courts and Tribunals
  • Women’s Rights as Human Rights: Feminist Interpretation and Application of International Human Rights Law
  • Ethics of Capitalism: Exploring Property and Contracts
  • Medical Negligence in India: Law and Practice
  • Politics and Non-violence
  • Law, Lawyer and Justice in American Movies
  • Law and Finance for Environmental Sustainability
  • Introduction to Principles of GST
  • Constitutional and Legal History of Tax: 1935-2016
  • Marketing Communications: The Intersections of Business & Law
  • Consumer-Culture: Wearing the ‘Law-Hat’
  • Construction Contracts and Arbitration in India
  • Drugs and Pharmaceuticals Regulation in India
  • International Aviation Law
  • Post-colonial Democracy and the Law
  • Mediation- Law and Practice
  • Comparative Transnational Litigation
  • Comparative International Sale of Goods Law
  • Analyzing Armed Conflict: An Introduction to Conflict and Peace Studies
  • Is Law male? Gender, Crime and Human Rights in India
  • Comparative Constitutional Law
  • Human Rights Lawyering in India
  • Class and the City in Indian Cinema
  • Capitalism and Cosmology in Modern India
  • Competition Law in Digital Markets
  • Queering Kinship
  • Conflict of Laws
  • Law of Equity and Trusts
  • Leveraging Psychology to Better Understanding Society and Self
  • People in Young Adulthood: Challenges and Opportunities
  • Public Speaking and Critical Reasoning
  • International Environmental Law
  • International Law of Outer Space
  • Poorly Paid and Never Done”: Womens’ Work in the Indian Economy
  • India and the International Court of Justice
  • Law and Practice of the United Nations
  • International Criminal Law
  • Technology, Politics, and Society
  • International Trade and Development
  • Human Rights and World Order
  • Negotiation and Mediation
  • Negotiation and Mediation
  • International Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief in Complex Security Environments
  • Patent Law
  • International Investment Law and Arbitration
  • Religion and International Law: Faultlines and Contestations
  • Sherlock Holmes: Detective Fiction, British Empire and India
  • Caste, Gender, and Class: Power and Resistance to Power
  • Special Problems in International Law
  • Comparative Environmental Law: Practice Across Cultures
  • Comparative Maritime Law
  • Climate change law and policy – the rise of regional solutions
  • Industrial & Organizational Psychology of Family Business
  • Service Design Concepts for Law Students
  • Genocide: A 20th Century Problem?
  • Islamic Family Law and Gender: Contestation and Possibilities
  • 9/11, 26/11, and 7/7: “Carving” Islam in United States, United Kingdom, and India
  • Transrights Clinic
  • Criminal Justice and Rights of persons in Custody
  • Introduction to Modern Sports Law Business and Policy
  • A Bigger Toolbox for Maximum Lawyering
  • Cross-cultural understandings of Justice
  • Political Economy of India after Independence—Class and Caste in Politics and Economic Reform
  • IBC 2016
  • Condemned and Forgotten: India’s Carceral State and the Case for Abolition
  • Transitional Justice
  • Follow the Rules
  • Farmers Protests: Political Economy of Agrarian Change in North India
  • Global Governance, Sustainable Development and Corporate Engagement
  • Violence, Memory, and Justice
  • Law and Sex Work: Discourses, Dilemmas, Double-binds
  • Law, Politics and Society
  • Planetary Sociology: An Introduction to the Anthropocene
  • Climate Change as a Problem of International Law and Politics
  • Sound Anthropology of South Asia
  • TRIPS Agreement and Global Intellectual Property Rights – Key Aspects and Major Themes
  • Copyright Issues in Entertainment Law
  • Insolvency and Bankruptcy in India – A Case Study
  • Philosophical/Conceptual understanding of legal commodification and its consequences”

Note: These courses are subject to availability of faculty and may change from time to time.