The LL.M. Pathway collaboration provides a unique opportunity to JGLS students to secure an LL.M. degree with our partner institutions upon completion of their final year of study at JGLS. The programmes are designed to cater to students with an academic bent of mind who are interested in pursuing higher education opportunities at some of the best institutions around the world. The selected students spend their final year of study at the partner institution to pursue the Masters of Law (LL.M.) programme. This collaboration allows for an overall reduction of one year in securing both the degrees (B.A. LL.B./B.B.A. LL.B./LL.B. and LL.M.) without compromising on the quality of education. The LL.M. Pathway programmes are highly coveted among JGLS students and have provided avenues for postgraduate education for many of our students.
King’s College, London, England: JGLS students have the opportunity to choose from the various specializations offered at Dickson Poon School of Law, such as Competition Law, European Law, Intellectual Property and Information Law, International Business Law, International Financial Law, International Dispute Resolution, International Tax Law, and Transnational Law.
Monash University, Melbourne, Australia: The Faculty of Law at Monash University offers a range of specializations including Commercial and Corporate Law, Criminal Law and Forensics, Dispute Resolution, Global Society and Human Rights, Health Law and Community, Labour and Employment Law, Public Sector Governance and Regulation, Technology and Innovation, and Transnational Economic Regulation. The JGLS students nominated for this programme have the option to pursue any of these specializations.
Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, England: JGLS students have the opportunity to choose from the various specializations offered at the School of Law in Nottingham Trent University. These specializations include Sports Law, Intellectual Property Law, Corporate and Insolvency Law, Health Law and Ethics, Human Rights and Justice, International Trade and Commercial Law, Oil, Gas and Mining Law, and International Financial Law.
Southampton University, Southampton, England: The JGLS students selected for this programme have the option to choose from the following specializations Commercial and Corporate Law, Maritime Law and International and Human Rights Law.
Instituto Superior de Derecho y Economía (ISDE), Madrid, Spain: JGLS students have the opportunity to pursue ISDE’s highly specialized Master’s degree in International Sports Law.
The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, Massachusetts: The JGLS students nominated for this programme have the opportunity to pursue the prestigious International Law LL.M. programme. This programmes does not provide eligibility to appear for the Bar Examination in United States of America.
University of Dayton, School of Law, Ohio: JGLS students have the opportunity to pursue the LL.M. programme in American and Transnational Law through online mode.
Minimum Eligibility Criteria
In order to apply for the Dual Degree programme, a student should meet the given eligibility criteria:
Students must be in their –
Fourth year of study of the five-year B.A. LL.B. or B.B.A. LL.B. programme (or)
Second year of study of the three-year LL.B. programme
Students must have good academic standing.
Students must not have had any disciplinary action, past or pending, during their course of study at JGLS.