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Course Profile: DU LLB, Faculty of Law

Everything that you need to know about the 3 years post-graduate DU LLB course offered by Faculty of Law, University of Delhi.

What Does the Course Structure Look Like?

The Delhi University Bachelor of Law (DU LLB) course is a 3-year post-graduate degree course. It ranges over three years and comprises of six semesters with 24 core papers in total.

The core papers are listed below:

  • Semester 1
    • Jurisprudence I
    • Law of Contract
    • Law of Torts
    • Law of Crimes I: Indian Penal Code
    • Family Law I
  • Semester 2
    • Law of Evidence
    • Family Law II
    • Law of Crimes II: Code of Criminal Procedure
    • Property Law
    • Public International Law
  • Semester 3
    • Constitutional Law I
    • Code of Civil Procedure and Limitation Act
    • Special Contract
    • Moot Court Mock Trial and Internship
  • Semester 4
    • Constitutional Law II
    • Administrative Law
    • Alternate Dispute Resolution
    • Labour Law
  • Semester 5
    • Company Law
    • Drafting Pleadings and Conveyance
    • Industrial Law
  • Semester 6
    • Professional Ethics and Accounting System
    • Environmental Law
    • Principles of Taxation Law


  • Advocacy
  • Government Services
  • Judiciary
  • Teaching
  • Higher Education/Studies
  • Legal Analyst among others

What Do the Current DU LLB Students Have To Say?

My experience of CLC has been very similar to my undergrad which is also from DU. The curriculum is designed in a manner where the emphasis on the case-law method of learning is foremost. The course structure is also much more rigorous compared to a liberal arts undergrad from DU. I think the centre tries to pull all stops to ensure that it can provide for things within the limited resources that it has.

DU definitely lags behind law schools like JGLS or Top Tier NLUs, our infrastructure, our faculty, our course structure, access to mooting is no match to them. I however still feel that there is only as much one can ask for when paying Rs 7000 in a year as your cumulative fee. I think overall it is a decent bargain if someone wants to litigate in the future and is a serious candidate.

Shivansh Agarwal, 3rd year student, Campus Law Center, DU

Famous Alumni:

  • O.P Verma, former governor of Punjab and Haryana
  • Madan Mohan Puncchi, former Chief Justice of India
  • Arun Jaitley, former Finance Minister, Government of India
  • Meira Kumar, former speaker of Lok Sabha

Colleges Offering LLB:

No college of DU offers a BA and L.L.B integrated course. In Delhi University, only the Faculty of Law offers Law Courses i.e LLB for three-years. The DU LLB course is offered by three different centres under the Faculty of Law. All centres are located at Chhatra Marg, North Campus, DU.

Campus Law Centre – Timing of classes: 8:30 a.m to 3:30 p.m

Law Centre-1 – Timing of classes: 2 p.m to 7 p.m

Law Centre-2 – Timing of classes: 8 a.m to 2 p.m

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