A list of NLUs along with LLM specializations they offer.

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It is a tough choice for some to decide on a specific specialization to choose for LLM once you are done with your LLB degree.

But once you decide on it you might again have a hard time choosing the college for further studies.

For your convenience, we have compiled a list of NLUs along with LLM specializations they offer.

1. NLSIU Bangalore

50 seats

  • Business Law
  • Human Rights Law

2. NALSAR Hyderabad

42 seats

  • IPR
  • Trade Law
  • Corporate and Commercial Law
  • International Law
  • Personal Laws

3. NLIU Bhopal

25 seats

  • Human Rights Law
  • IPR
  • Business Law
  • Constitutional and Administrative Law
  • Criminal Law

4. NUJS Kolkata

40 seats

  • Corporate and Commercial Law
  • International and Comparative Law

5. NLU Jodhpur

80 seats

  • Corporate Law
  • IPRs

6. HNLU Raipur

47 seats

  • Corporate Law
  • IPRs
  • Environment Law

7. GNLU Gujarat

52 seats

  • Corporate and Business Law
  • International Comparative Law
  • IPRs
  • Constitutional and Administrative Law
  • Criminal and Security Law
  • Public Policy Law and Governance

8. RMLNLU Lucknow

20 seats

  • Constitutional and Administrative Law
  • Business Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Environmental Law
  • International Law
  • Labour Law
  • Jurisprudence
  • IPRs
  • Human Rights Law

9. RGNUL Patiala

38 seats

  • Business Law
  • Constitutional Law
  • Criminal Law
  • International Law

10. NUALS Kochi

21 seats

  • International Trade Law
  • Constitutional and Administrative Law

11. NLU Odisha

50 seats

  • Corporate and Commercial Law
  • Constitutional and Administrative Law

12. NLU Ranchi

10 seats

  • Business Law
  • IPRs
  • International Trade Law
  • Law, Science and Technology

13. NLU Assam

10 seats

  • Corporate and Commercial Law
  • IPRs
  • International Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Constitutional Law
  • Personal Laws

14. HPNLU Shimla

20 seats

  • International and Comparative Law
  • Constitutional and Administrative Law
  • Corporate and Commercial Law
  • Criminal and Security Law
  • Family and Social Security Law
  • Legal Pedagogy and Research

 

Hope you found this article helpful.

 

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