Vision

The vision of School of Law is to be ranked amongst some of the best law schools in India and the most preferred private university destination for law aspirants. School of Law at The NorthCap University provides the highest quality professional law courses in Gurgaon to equip the students for a transnational practice and to face the challenges posed by the internationalization of legal profession.

Mission

  • Our law school in Haryana aims to achieve excellence in legal education through interactive teaching-learning process, clinical opportunities, exposure to the legal profession through internships and externships.
  • To provide industry ready curricula and innumerable opportunities to interact with the stalwarts in the legal profession. We are known as one of the best Law colleges in Delhi NCR for offering most professional legal education.
  • As the best college for law in India, we groom the skills, knowledge and values of all the students to make them not only a competent legal professional but also complete human being.
  • Integration of the study of Law with Management subjects not only assists in developing our law students to excel as Lawyers but also as great managers.

School Highlights

Programmes Offered

BBA–LLB (Hons.)
Duration : 5 years

Master of Laws (LLM)
Duration : 1 year
Ph.D.
Duration : Minimum 3 years (Full Time) and Minimum 4 years (Part Time)

Area of Research:

  • Human Rights
  • International Law

HOD's Message

Dr. Praveen Kr. Lohchab
Officiating Head of the Department

The legal profession has come a long way from the stereotypical old fashioned lawyer, who was obsessed with legal precedents and nursed a blatant contempt for his client. The lawyer of today is not only a lawyer, but also a business person juggling the demands of increasingly competitive practice. The make-up of legal practice has changed considerably in the last 20 years. The number of practicing lawyers has risen sharply. Women now make up a major chunk of lawyers practicing in Courts as well as working for corporate law firms.

The result of this rapid change in the legal space is that there will be a greater degree of legal specialization than we see today. Already highly stratified, we’ll see sub-specialties within specialties, and specialties within those specialties. The law will become so stratified that a hundred thousand professions will emerge in the profession of law.

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