Admission Open 2024

FS School of Law


Law as a profession, and, legal education as a discipline, have become a popular choice among students in India owing to the expanding scope of legal practice and its applications. Law professionals play additional roles as Policy Planners, Business Advisors, Negotiators among interest groups, experts in articulation and communication of ideas, Mediators, Advocacy Experts, Lobbyist, Law Reformers, Interest groups for marginalised communities, and so on, in the dynamic world.


After completing this programme, graduates of the program are able to

  • Demonstrate a basic understanding of the Indian legal system.
  • Exhibit proficiency in legal analysis, legal reasoning, and legal practice skills.
  • Demonstrate acquaintance and knowledge of the substantive and procedural law.
  • Display capability in legal research and written and oral communication in the legal context/regarding legal matters.
  • Have ability to draft common legal documents and organise legal analysis and argument.
Key Highlights
  • A meticulously designed curriculum with contributions from top professionals and academic bodies to nurture industry ready employable workforce.
  • A multicultural environment to our students from different nations and continents giving them the opportunity to interact and learn from their peers and to make long term professional associations.
  • 100% placement assistance in leading law firms, corporate houses, NGOs, and can also make their career as a Professor / Judge / Law Officers in academics, judicial services & public offices respectively.
  • Intra and inter- school academic competitions on a weekly basis. These competitions include moot-court competitions, debate competitions, extempore competitions, legal role play competitions, research paper presentations, Legal Quizzes, etc.
  • Guest lectures by eminent personalities from the legal fraternity as well as organise workshops and seminars on a monthly basis along with organising organizing periodical visits to the Parliament, Law Commission of India, Supreme Court of India etc.
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Alumni Base


Cultivation of mind should be the ultimate aim of human existence

(Dr. B. R. Ambedkar)

Studying law involves understanding legal theory and applying this to real life circumstances. There are several different strands such as criminal law, public law and company law as well as legal issues around topics like human rights and the environment.