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1. Overview

National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR) is one of the best  institution for legal studies located in Hyderabad. It was setup in the year 1998 and are among the topmost law colleges of India. Most of the top notch Counsels and Legal Practitioners are alumina of this great institution.

S.NoCoursesOffered ExamTotal FeeDuration
1B.A,LL.B (Hons.)CLAT11.10 lakhs 5 Years
2 LL.M in Legal Pedagogy and ResearchCLAT1.75 lakhs 1 Year
3Post Graduate Diploma In Aviation Law and Air Transport ManagementCLATTotal fees 50,0001 Year
4Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber LawCLAT1 year
5PG Diploma courses in Patents Law, Cyber Laws, Media Laws and International Humanitarian Laws using web technologyCLAT2 Years
6LL.M in Corporate and Commercial LawCLAT1.75 lakhs1 Year
7Ph. D. in LawUniversity Admission Test2 Years

2. Courses Offered

2.1 B.A, LL.B (Hons.)
2.2 Postgraduate LL.M
2.3 Ph.D. in Law

3. NALSAR Eligibility

3.1 For B.A,LL.B (Hons.)

The minimum eligibility for joining LLB course by the Entrance exams is that that the student should acquire the cut-off marks in the exam for the Admission on various law colleges.

The LLB Course is found in two different formats: first is the integrated five-year course, which can be pursued by Class 12th pass-outs and second is the three-year LLB course for graduates from any stream. It should be noted that both the courses are almost equal and good. It is just the target aspirants are different. One is after HSC and second is after graduation, thus depending upon the stage you decided to study law.

3.2 For Postgraduate LL.M

Minimum graduation in B.A. LL.B., B.Com LL.B, B.Sc. LL.B, LL.B., B.Tech LL.B., B.L.S. LL.B., BBA LL.B. Candidate must have minimum 55 % marks. Also cleared CLAT.
University has offered optional courses which could lead to specialisations in the following
areas:
(i) Corporate and Commercial laws;
(ii) Criminal Law;
(iii) Environmental Law;
(iv) Family Law;
(v) Intellectual Property;
(vi) International Trade and Business Law;
(vii) Legal Pedagogy and Research and
(viii) Public Law and Legal Theory

3.3For Ph.D. in Law

Candidate has to clear NALSAR University of Law Admission Test

4. Fee Structure

4.1 B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) Program

(Total fees which includes componenets like Hostel, Tution, Admission, Library, Refundable Deposit)

Year 1 INR 2.52 Lakh
Year 2 INR 2.07 Lakh
Year 3 INR 2.12 Lakh
Year 4 INR 2.17 Lakh
Year 5 INR 2.22 Lakh
Total fees INR 11.10 Lakh

4.2 LL.M. Program

(Total fee including refundable deposits)
INR 1.75 lakh

5. Research Centres

NALSAR houses research centres

  1. K. Nambiyar SAARC Law Research Centre
  2. Centre for Air and Space Law
  3. Centre for Land Rights
  4. Centre for Corporate Law and Governance
  5. N.C. Banerjee Centre for Intellectual Property Law Studies
  6. S.P. Chatterjee Centre for Environmental Law Studies
  7. Centre for Proximate and Continuing Education (C-PACE)
  8. Centre for Humanitarian Law and Refugee Law
  9. Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution
  10. Centre for Media Law and Public Policy
  11. Centre for Legal Philosophy and Justice Education
  12. Centre for Tax Laws
  13. Centre for Culture, Law and Society (C-CLS)
  14. Centre for Constitutional Law, Policy & Good Governance
  15. Centre for Criminal Justice Administration and Human Rights
  16. Centre for Disaster Management and Law
  17. Centre for Family Law
  18. Centre for Tribal and Land Rights

6. Published journals

NALSAR publishes the following law journals:

  1. Indian Journal of Air and Space Law ( IJASL)
  2. K. Nambyar SAARC Law Journal
  3. NALSAR Law Review
  4. NALSAR Student Law Review
  5. Journal of Corporate Affairs and Corporate Crimes
  6. Indian Journal of Constitutional Law
  7. Media Law Review
  8. Environmental Law & Practice Review
  9. The Indian Journal Law & Economics
  10. Nalsar ADR Journal
  11. Indian Journal of Intellectual Property Law

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