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B.A.LL.B (Hons.) Study Programme

To bridge the gap between legal theory and praxis, an understanding of the social sciences is essential. Law is after all a profession that works in a socio-political context, and therefore for a legal practitioner training in the liberal arts is a prerequisite. Glocal Law School offers a five year-integrated B.A.LL.B programme that combines training in law with knowledge of the social sciences. The liberal arts component of the B.A.LL.B program includes five arts subjects (political science, sociology, economics, history and English), which are supplemented by a range of law courses; and together they provide a broad based multidisciplinary foundation to the curricula.

DURATION: B.A.LL.B is a full time five year integrated study programme

ELIGIBILITY: Minimum 45% marks in case of general category, 42% marks in case of OBC and 40% marks in case of SC/ST in 10+2 or equivalent examination.

INTAKE: 60 Seats

Glocal Law School has pioneered several distinctive models in its study programmes of B.A.LL.B and B.B.A.LL.B. These are as follows:

1. Minor Conjoint Programme: GLS offers unique minor conjoint programmes for the benefit of its students. The minor conjoint programme for the B.A.LL.B requires students to complete 12 minor compulsory papers from among four minor liberal study areas, along with compulsory law courses in the initial three semesters. The liberal arts courses include Political Science, Sociology, Economics and English. Similarly, B.B.A.LL.B students will be required to complete 12 minor compulsory courses from among four business study areas which include Management, Finance, and Business Economics.

2. Conjoint Double Honours Programme: To our knowledge GLS is the only law university which offers the conjoint double honours programme. In this programme, B.A.LL.B students can choose advanced coursework for honours from among any of the following study areas of Political Science, Sociology, and Economics. Similarly, B.B.A.LL.B students can also choose honours course from among any of the following study areas of Management and Finance. All double-honours students are required to take three papers from the honours course he/she choose to study in fourth to sixth semester.

3. Cross-disciplinary Triple Conjoint Programme: Contrary to the conventional interdisciplinary approach, GLS provides its students with a cross-interdisciplinary triple conjoint programme. In this distinctive programme, students of both B.A.LL.B and B.B.A.LL.B can choose cross-disciplinary options from managerial studies and liberal arts along with law as major. Which means students of the B.A.LL.B can pick minor courses from Managerial Studies and vice-versa.

4. Specialisation in Areas of Law (Undergraduate Level): School also proposes to offer specialization at undergraduate level in Corporate Laws, Intellectual Property Laws, Taxation Laws, Criminal Laws, Constitutional Law and International Trade Law.







Law and Language


Managerial Economics

Legal Methods

Architecture of Social Life

Principles and Practices of Management

Law of Tort

Introduction to Politics

Principles and Practices of Financial Accounting


Law, Literature & Film


Fundamentals of Marketing Management

Fundamentals of Contract Law

Contemporary Social Issues & Debates

Managerial Psychology

Legal History

Classical Political Discourse

Cost and Management Accounting


Specific Contracts

Economic Development and Planning

Strategic Management

Civil Liberties

Sociology of Social Transformation

Human Resource Management

Penal Law I

Global Politics and Governance

Corporate Accounting


Family Law I

Management Studies I

Liberal Arts I

Constitutional Governance

Economics Hons. I/Political Science Hons. I/ Sociology Hons. I

Management Hons. I/ Finance Hons. I

Corporate Law I

Penal Law II

Law of Evidence


Penal Law II (Specific Offences)

Management Studies II

Liberal Arts II

Administrative Law

Economics Hons. II/Political Science Hons. II/Sociology Hons. II

Management Hons. II/ Finance Hons. II

Corporate Law II

Penal Law III (Code of Criminal Procedure )

Private International Law


Interpretation of Statutes

Management Studies III

Liberal Arts III

Civil Procedure Code

Economics Hons. III/Political Science Hons. III/Sociology Hons. III

Management Hons. III/ Finance Hons. III

Property Law

Environmental Law

Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing





Taxation Law

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Professional Ethics

Seminar Course II

Competition Law

Human Rights Law

Advocacy & Trial Court Internship

Seminar Course III

Labour Law

Cyber Law

Moot Court

Seminar Course IV

Intellectual Property Rights

Banking & Insurance Law

Hons. Specialization IV

Seminar Course V

Land Laws

Hons. Specialization II

Hons. Specialization V

Seminar Court VI

Hons. Specialization I

Hons. Specialization III

Seminar Course I