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Law Admission in India


Indian Law Institute (ILI) Courses Admission 2017-2018

Indian law institute, located in Delhi was established in 1956. The university focuses on promoting legal research. From the year 2004, it is considered as deemed university.

The university library has 75,000 books and is considered as one of the best law libraries in India. Some of the services offered are :

- Indexing of Indian Legal Periodicals
- Indexing of Indian Legislation
- Newspapers Clippings Service
- Internet Service
- Documentation and Bibliographical Services

Library is open throughout the year so as to prove advantageous to the students. The library is closed on National and Gazetted holidays. It offers online library catalogue for external use and OPAC system for internal use.

Courses offered are:
- LL.M. - 2 year Course
- LL.M. (Evening) - 3 year Course
- Post Graduate Diploma in Specialized branches of Law (Evening Classes)
(i) Alternative Dispute Resolution
(ii) Corporate Laws and Management
(iii) Cyber Law
(iv) Environmental Law and Management
(v) Human Rights Law
(vi) Intellectual Property Rights Law
(vii) International Trade Law
(viii) Labour Law
(ix) Securities & Banking Law
(x) Tax Law

The admission is based on common entrance test (CAT) organised by the university. Graduate Degree from a well known university is required to apply for post graduate diploma courses. A law degree or M.A. in Social Science is required in order to apply For PG Diploma in Labour Law.

The main objective of the Indian Law Institute is to promote the science of law. The university has put in efforts in reforming the administration of justice, in order to meet the needs required for development of the country. The university is known as the premier centre of national & international legal research and studies. The institute also maintains a good rapport with other institutions and organisations in order to promote its development.




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