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Welcome to Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi

At a Glance

About
About the Faculty

The Faculty of Law was established in 1924 by the University of Delhi and is an accredited legal institution by the Bar Council of India for its LL.B. degree. The Faculty of Law has a single department – the Department of law that conducts LL.B. Classes; whereas LL.M. and Ph.D. are taken care of by the faculty of law. The two-year LL.B. Course was converted into three year (six semesters) Course. With Prof. Upendra Baxi joining the Faculty of Law in 1975, it became the hub of the social-legal approach to the study of law promoting understanding of law in the context of society and the interplay of law and society.

Study
Study

The Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) Degree Course was initially treated as a two-year part-time Course and the teaching was conducted in the morning with ten teachers. With the enactment of the Advocates Act, 1961, the Certificate of Proficiency (Law) Course was abolished. In 1944, one year Master of Laws (LL.M.) was introduced. The LL.M. Course was made a full-time two-year Course in the year 1947. Students taking admission in LL.M. (2 years) course are required to file an affidavit declaring that they are not engaged in any trade, profession, business, or employment. LL.M. ( 3 Year ) was introduced to enable working persons to acquire the LL.M.