The Primary Requisite for admission in the Five Year Law Course shall be appearing in CET Examination. The Candidate must have passed the H.S.C (10+2) examination, conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, with minimum 45% marks or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto by the University of Mumbai with the minimum prescribed marks is eligible for admission to the first year of the pre law course. The above percentage shall be relaxed by 5% for the candidates belonging to the reserved categories. Therefore, the minimum percentage, which a student from the Reserved Category requires, to be eligible for admission is 40%

THE CURRICULUM IS THE UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI Important : No candidate shall be allowed to appear for the First LL.B. (Sem - II) / Second LL.B. (Semester - IV) and LL.B. Degree (Semester - VI) examinations unless he/she passes in Practical Training Paper.


1st Year (5 Year Course)

Semester – I Semester – II
1. English I       1. History
2. Logic I                                        2. Political Science
3. Economics 3. Legal Writing and Legal Language

Second Year (5 Year Course)

Semester – III Semester – IV
1. Political Science II 1. English II
2. Sociology 2. Logic II
3. History of Courts 3. Political Science III

Third Year (5 Year Course)

Semester – V/I Semester – VI/II
1. Labour Laws 1. Law of Crimes                            
2. Contract I 2. Constitutional Law
3. Tort & Consumer Protection Laws 3. Family Law - I
4. Legal Language including Legal Writing & General English 4. Environmental Laws
5. Practical Training - I

Fourth Year (5 Year Course)

Semester – VII/III Semester – VIII/IV
1. Administrative Laws 1. Jurisprudence
2. Family Law – II 2. Contract - II
3. Transfer of Property and Easement Act 3. Land Laws
4. Company Law 4. Any one from the following:
a) Criminology and Correctional Administration
b) Taxation Laws
c) Bankruptcy Laws
5. Practical Training – II

Fifth Year (5 Year Course)

Semester – IX/V Semester – X/VI
1. Civil Procedure Code & Limitation Act 1. Alternate Dispute Resolution System
2. Criminal Procedure Code, Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 & Probation of Of- fenders Act 2. Law of Evidence
3. Interpretation of Statutes 3 & 4 Optional Papers: (Any two from the following)
a) Banking Laws & Negotiable Instruments Act
b) Law of Insurance
c) Intellectual Property Law
d) Conflict of Laws
e) Law relating to Women & Children
f) Law & Medicine
4. Public International Law & Human Rights 5. Practical Training – III