This graduate entry programme is aimed at non-law graduates who wish to obtain a qualifying law degree for professional purposes and who already hold a first degree. The programme offers an exciting combination of high quality teaching, specialist facilities and real-world learning opportunities. Students gain all the skills and hands-on experience they need to take the first steps into a rewarding legal career.

Eligibility and admission

Passed Bachelor's degree in any stream with 50% aggregate marks.


Bar Council of India (BCI)

Curriculum highlights

  • Criminal Law
  • Labour Law
  • Constitution Law
  • Semester I

    • Jurisprudence
    • Constitutional Law –I
    • Law of Contract
    • Family Law- I
    • Law of Torts including Motor Vehicle Accidents and Consumer Protection Laws

    Semester II

    • Environmental Law
    • Constitutional Law –II
    • Special Contracts
    • Family Law- II
    • Public International Law

    Semester III

    • Law of Crimes-I (Penal Law)
    • Property Law
    • Labor & Industrial Law-I
    • Principles of Taxation Law (Direct Taxation)
    • Administrative Law

    Semester IV

    • Law of Crimes-II (Code of Criminal Procedure)
    • Company Law
    • Labor & Industrial Law-II
    • Professional Ethics & Professional Accounting System

    Semester V

    • Code of Civil Procedure
    • Law of Evidence
    • Law of Limitation, Registration and Court Fees
    • Information Technology Law

    Semester VI

    • Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing
    • Alternative Disputes Resolution and Legal Aid
    • Land Laws including Tenure & Tenancy System
    • Moot-Court and Seminar

    Students are taught by renowned lecturers, meaning the education is cutting-edge, innovative and stimulating.

    RIMT creates ‘work-ready’ graduates - industry aware, motivated and enterprising. Only Law graduates can adorn the offices in all the three organs of the Government; namely the Legislature, Executive and the Judiciary. Other graduates may occupy the high offices of Legislature and Executive, but not in the Judiciary. This is precisely the reason why a Law degree can open the door to a wide variety of careers, which other degrees might not. The Bar Council of India regulates legal education in India. But a Law degree alone is not enough to become a practicing lawyer. After completing Law School, one must pass the All India Bar Exam (AIBE).Eligible persons are admitted as advocates on the rolls of the State Bar Councils. Those admitted as advocates by any State Bar Council are eligible for a Certificate of Enrolment.

    Program Fee (Per Semester) Amount
    Semester Fee 39500

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    Start On 2016-04-27
    Duration 3M 2H
    Level Beginner
    Instution Adafa academia
    Branch Oxford street
    Seat available 56
    Price £200.00