3-Year LL.B. (Hons.) Programme
This postgraduate professional degree programme is open to graduates from all disciplines, and qualifies you to practice law.Apply here
Master’s Programme in Public Policy
This two-year postgraduate programme is open to graduates from all disciplines, with a focus on law as an interface between inclusive sustainable development and public policy.Apply here
The Ph.D (Law) programme offers candidates an opportunity to contribute to the academic field in their chosen areas of study. Candidates are also provided an opportunity to teach or participate in ongoing research at NLSIU, in areas related to their dissertation.Apply here
The Interdisciplinary Ph.D programme in NLSIU involves research across disciplines to arrive at a more comprehensive perspective and solution for a particular problem. Candidates are also provided the opportunity to teach in areas related to their research.Apply here
5-Year BA., LL.B. (Hons.) Programme
The five-year integrated Undergraduate B.A. LL.B (Hons) Degree Programme is NLSIU’s flagship degree that offers students training in a range of legal and non-legal subjects.
Admission to the B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) Degree Programme is purely on the basis of merit as assessed through the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) administered by the Consortium of NLUs.
NLSIU offers a one-year postgraduate degree in law (Master of Laws), organized around three trimesters every academic year.
Admission to the LLM programme is through the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) administered by the Consortium of NLUs.
Financial Aid for Students
The University is committed to supporting every student admitted to an academic programme to continue their studies irrespective of financial constraints. Financial Aid at the University is of three main types:
- University Aid which is administered and funded by University managed funds
- External Aid which is administered by the University but funded by third parties
- Third-Party Aid that is facilitated by the University but administered and funded by third parties