The Master of Laws program offers extensive coverage of commercial law allowing students to complement their professional expertise and enhance their career pathway. Lawyers and other professionals will deepen their understanding of many aspects of law in key areas.
All LLB/BL graduates are eligible for admission subject to the rules framed by the Government of Andhra Pradesh form time to time
Duration of the Course
- Minimum : Two Academic Years from the year of joining the course
- Maximum Duration for the completion of the course : The Candidate shall have to complete the course within Five academic years from the year of joining the course for securing FIRST Class or SECOND Class.
- Re-registration Facility : Candidates who could not complete the course within the period of FIVE years from the year of joining the course are permitted to avail the facility of ‘Re-registration’ on payment of prescribed fee for two more years, beyond the maximum duration of FIVE years prescribed above. Such faciltity is provided only either for completion of the course by appearing for back log papers or for the improvement of percentage only (like those who wish to improve their percentage from 50 to 55 or to 60 percent), but not for the award of higher class like third class to second class or second class to first class. Irrespective of percentage of marks secured during the re-registration period, such candidates will be awarded either second or third class for which he/she is eligible as per the percentage of marks secured within the maximum duration of the FIVE years period permitted for the course.
Medium of Instruction
English Medium Only
The pass, class, grace rules approved for the award of LLM Degree offered by ANU to students under the regular mode will be applicable to the students opting ‘Online Mode’
|Research Methodology (Compulsory Paper)|
|General Theory and Principles of Tort Liability -I|
|Law of Crimes|
|Jurisprudence (Compulsory Paper)|
|General Theory and Principles of Tort Liability -II|
|Criminal Procedure Code|
|Law of Negligence and Damages|
|Criminology and Penology|