Faculty of Legal Studies - M.Phil / Ph.D Programme

The study of law at South Asian University aims at an analytical understanding of the subjects, systems, theories and institutions in this field. Towards this end, the Faculty of Legal Studies has introduced the LL.M Programme with an emphasis on international law. It is widely known that international law has become the common language of relations between states and other subjects. Keeping this in view, the Programme is sensitive to the perspective of South Asian countries. It is believed that the countries of the South Asian region would be able to explore new areas of cooperation if the study of their common legal problems is pursued with greater commitment. To be able to build a strong foundation for future research abilities of students in the region, the Faculty focuses on some important areas of international law as part of the LL.M course structure.


M.A. (International Relations)

Among the courses offered by the Faculty are: General Principles of International Law, International Trade Law, Law of International Organisations, International Human Rights Law, International Humanitarian, International Criminal Law, Law of the Sea, Private International Law, Intellectual Property Law, and Legal Theory and Jurisprudence. The Faculty equally emphasises on developing an interdisciplinary approach to the study of law in general and international law in particular. Further, the Faculty offers some innovative courses such as Comparative Constitutional Law of South Asian countries.


Apart from traditional pedagogic methods of teaching, the Faculty adopts seminar methods, wherein weekly legal discourses are organised. Eminent law scholars from India and abroad are invited to interact with faculty and students. The Faculty also organises discussions on contemporary legal problems, through joint seminars with other institutions. Further, the Faculty intends to engage the available human resources in the region and other parts of the world to contribute towards establishing centres of excellence in the field of international law and other important fields of law.

Course Structure


  1. S.No.CourseCredits

SEMESTER I

  1. 1Advanced International Legal Issues (Compulsory)4
  2. 2International Economic Law (Compulsory)4
  3. 3Any Optional Offered to LLM4

SEMESTER II

  1. 1Research Methodology and Legal Writing (Compulsory)4
  2. 2 Any Optional offered to LLM4
  3. 3Seminar Presentation1
  4. 4Seminar Paper1

SEMESTER IV

 
  1. 1Dissertation 8

Note: The course outline is tentative, and subject to modifications from time to time.

 

 

 

M.Phil / PhD Programme (Time Table)

Monsoon Semester - I (Room No.316)

 

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

09.00 am-11.00 am

 

  International Economic Law (SRG/PR)   International Economic Law (SRG/PR)

11.00 am-01.00 pm

       

*

2.00 pm-4.00 pm

Advanced International Legal Issues (PR) Advanced International Legal Issues (PR)    

 

Ravindra Pratap - RP, Prabhash Ranjan - PR

Sai Ramani Garimella -SRG

Note: students can choose any optional course from LLM 3rd Semester

 

Contactable Hours of the Faculty
Dr.Ravindra Pratap Monday to Friday 4:30-5:30 PM
Dr. Nafees Ahmad Thursday 2-4 PM
Dr. Stellina Jolly Tuesday 1-3 PM
Dr. Garimeela Sai Ramani Tuesday 1-3 PM
Dr. Srinivas Burra

   -ICL

   -LS

   -RMLW

 

Friday

Monday

Tuesday

 

3-5 PM

3-5 PM

3-5 PM

Dr. Prabhash Ranjan Friday 2-4 PM

  • AKR Gobinath

    AKR Gobinath
    Assistant Professor
    PhD (Indian Institute of Technology Chennai, 2008)

  • Amit Banerjee

    Amit Banerjee
    Assistant Professor
    PhD (National Tsing-Hua University, Taiwan, 2009)

  • Ananda Mustafiz

    Ananda Mustafiz
    Assistant Professor
    PhD (International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, New Delhi, 2010)

  • Anirban Dasgupta

    Anirban Dasgupta
    Associate Professor
    PhD (University of California, 2006)

  • Ankur Datta

    Ankur Datta
    Assistant Professor
    PhD (London School of Economics, 2011)

  • Arup Mitra

    Arup Mitra
    Professor & Dean
    Post Doctorate (Northwestern University, Evanston, USA, 1995)

  • Bijoy Chand Chatterjee

    Bijoy Chand Chatterjee
    Assistant Professor & DST Inspire Faculty
    PhD (Tezpur University, 2014)

  • Binoy Goswami

    Binoy Goswami
    Assistant Professor
    PhD (Gauhati University, 2013)

  • Chudamani Basnet

    Chudamani Basnet
    Assistant Professor
    PhD (University of Georgia, 2010)

  • Danish Lohani  Q. M

    Danish Lohani Q. M
    Associate Professor
    PhD (Aligarh Muslim University, 2009)

  • Debdatta Saha

    Debdatta Saha
    Assistant Professor
    PhD (Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi, 2013)

  • Deepa Sinha

    Deepa Sinha
    Professor
    PhD (University of Delhi, 2007)

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