National Law University Delhi
(Accredited in 'A' grade with a score 3.59 on a four point scale by NAAC) 

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LL.M. (Professional)

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«September 2022»

Research Centres

Centre for Business and Financial Laws

Centre for Communication Governance

Centre for Comparative Law

Centre For Corporate Law And Governance

Centre for Constitutional Law, Policy and Governance

Centre for Criminology and Victimology
Center For Comparative Studies in Personal Laws

Project 39A
Centre for Environmental Law, Policy and Research (CELPR)

Centre for Innovation, Intellectual Property and Competition (CIIPC)

Center for Human Rights and Subaltern Studies

Center for Law, Justice and Development

Centre for Transparency and Accountability in Governance

Centre for Transnational Commercial Law

Centre for Linguistic Justice and Endangered Languages

Centre for Tax Laws

Centre for Studies in Disability and Law

Centre for Criminal Justice Administration and Human Rights

Centre for Cyber Laws

Centre for Alternate Dispute Resolution

Centre for Law & Urban Development

Chair on Consumer Law

Centre for Labour Law Research and Advocacy

Vice-Chancellor’s Message

Vice-Chancellor’s Message

National Law University Delhi has played a vital role and has had a significant influence in transforming legal education in India since its establishment. However, access to quality legal education in India is still limited, and we at NLU Delhi are working towards making legal education more accessible, diverse, equitable and inclusive. We aim to shape students as socially conscious, emotionally intelligent and empathetic lawyers and work towards community service, nation building and strengthening democracy, and provide access to justice to all.

Registrar's Message

Registrar's Message

Lawyers play an integral part in the social transformation and economic development of a nation. As a premier law school committed to training future generations of lawyers, National Law University, Delhi has endeavoured to provide clinical and interdisciplinary legal education having interface with finance, technology, business and provide necessary skills to students in this regard. Such holistic education along with research capacity building of students at robust research centres in the university prepares students to meaningfully contribute to sustainable development.