1. Instilling professionalism
To equip with knowledge, passion and drive to excel as leaders in the legal profession, judiciary, public service, non-profit & non-governmental organizations, entrepreneurships, and corporate entities through internship programmes.
2. Effective communication
Graduates are able to communicate effectively to various stakeholders and practice their profession with high regard to societal needs, diversity, constraints in the professional workplace and ethical responsibilities.
3. Understanding the legal system
Students are able to understand the Indian legal system and various principles and theories which the system is based on.
4. Ability to use various legal tools and techniques through classroom and moot court exercises.
Students are able to understand and use precedents to construct legal arguments.
They are also able to read, understand and interpret statutes and other enacted rules to solve legal problems or construct legal knowledge.
Predict the probable judicial interpretation of simulated legal disputes.
Learning techniques of persuasive written advocacy.
Access to various online legal databases like West Law and Manupatra subscribed by the University to upgrade to higher learning and research activities.
5. Active participation in professional training
Students develop the skills to actively participate, as professionals, in legal counselling, advocacy and decision-making through legal aid clinic, workshops, seminars and internship programmes.
6. Dealing with contemporary issues
The students are able to recognize the need for identifying contemporary issues due to changing scenario by participating in classroom debates, special lectures and moot court exercises on latest cases.