The School of Law aims to open new vistas in the arena of law, legal studies, theoretical and clinical legal research through relentless engagement in developing legal theory and practice, academic potential, critical analytical ability, synergizing law, advocacy, counseling and mediation skills so as to fully equip the students with learning which is intellectually stimulating, socially vital and professionally enriching.

The School of Law will adopt multidisciplinary approach towards law and legal studies and will develop a positive attitude in students to make them realize that the lawyers are an integral part of the system of adjudication, determination of policies and setting up of standards for regulation of various activities through relevant institutions. It, therefore, trains them for placements in judicial and quasi-judicial bodies, regulatory authorities, commissions, voluntary organizations and other sectors.

The GD Goenka School of Law offers 3- Year LL.B. (Hons.) Program and 5-Year Integrated B.A./BBA/B.Com LL.B. (Hons.). These programs will have the distinct objective of equipping the students with knowledge, skills and attitude so as to make them capable of successfully meeting the present requirements and future challenges in business and profession. The courses are intended to impart intensive knowledge and training in the management subjects as well as Law subjects and help students to acquire wider perspectives both for managerial responsibilities and professional application.

The LLM One Year Program provides candidates with the opportunity to equip themselves for active and effective participation, as professionals, in legal counseling, advocacy and decision-making. Whether the context be courtroom or legislative hearing, attorney’s office or corporate board room, state agency, community center or international conference table, our graduates are prepared.

Techniques of instruction include the lectures, problem-based learning, seminars, informal small group discussions, moot court competitions, individually supervised field and library research projects, and a variety of experiential methods. “Clinical” components, in the form of case law, real or simulated lawyers’ tasks, are an essential part of the program.