BBA LL.B Hons.

BBA LL.B Hons.

Business and Corporate sector has augmented the Indian economy in last few years. Public Private Partnership model, leverage to business startups, ease of doing business and smart city projects have acted as catalyst in improving the economic growth of the country at a Global Platform.

UWSL offers integrated BBA. LL.B (Hons.) programme which contributes to the broader facet of education combining the subjects of Management Studies and Law. Students are exposed to knowledge in the field of Law, Business, IT, Banking, Finance, Management, Human Resource, Corporate Governance, Investment and Competition.

In order to fulfill the diverse objects for ushering Indian Economy, interdisciplinary learning is inevitable. The combination of Law and Business studies provide deep insight into the subject of business management, commerce, economics and law. Persistent economic growth requires good policy makers, addressing infrastructure need, consumer base, technology and the most important human capital to cater to the needs of the society and economy.

The paradigm for choosing a career in law is changing. Opportunities in the market also have undergone a proportionate change. Law graduates will attain the acumen required to serve the society essentially in diverse fields such as Court practice, corporate and media houses, government institutions, academia, public service, policy making, PSU, NGO and other non-traditional careers.

  • Class XII students appeared / waiting for final results.
  • As per Karnavati University and/or Bar Council of India rules and regulations.

Course Structure of B.B.A.-LL.B. (Hons.) (5yrs Integrated Programme)

  • General English
  • Business Environment
  • Principles of Management
  • Economics – I
  • Legal Methods
  • Law of Torts
  • Leadership Development Lab
  • Legal Language
  • Marketing Management
  • Infrastructural Financial Markets
  • Economics -II
  • Constitutional Law-I
  • Law of Contract - I
  • Organizational Behaviour
  • Human Resource Management
  • Accounting for lawyer
  • Law of Crimes - I (IPC)
  • Constitutional Law-II
  • Law of Contract -II
  • Strategic Management
  • Entrepreneurship and Managing Small Businesses
  • Business Ethics and Corporate Governanace
  • Family Law - I
  • Jurisprudence
  • Environmental Law
  • Code of Civil Procedure
  • Administrative Law
  • Labour Law - I
  • Family Law - II
  • Alternate Dispute Resolution
  • Drafting, Pleading And Conveyancing
  • Law of Crimes - II (Criminal Procedure Code)
  • Public International Law
  • Labour Law - II
  • Law of Evidence
  • Elective - 1
  • Company Law
  • Honours 1
  • Honours 2
  • Elective 2
  • Elective 3
  • Transfer of Property Law
  • Principles of Taxation Law
  • Honours 3
  • Honours 4
  • Elective 4
  • Mediation
  • Honours 5
  • Honours 6
  • Elective 5
  • Elective 6
  • Professional Ethics & Professional Accounting system
  • Moot Court and Internship
  • Honours 7
  • Honours 8
  • Dissertation

Subjects of Specialisations*

  • Criminology
  • Penology & Victimology
  • Comparative Criminal Procedure
  • Prison Administration
  • Crime against Women & Children
  • IT Offences
  • Forensic Science
  • International Criminal Law
  • Securities & Investment Law
  • Mergers & Amalgamation
  • Competition Law
  • Insolvency & Bankruptcy Law
  • Infrastructure Law
  • Transportation Law & Carriage Law
  • Corporate Governance
  • Banking & Insurance Law
  • International Commercial Law
  • Air & Space Law
  • Humanitarian & Refugee Law
  • Law of Sea & Maritime Law
  • International Environmental Law
  • International Human Rights
  • International Criminal Law
  • International Organization
  • Copyright and Drafting
  • IP and Artificial Intelligence
  • Patent Drafting
  • Trademark Drafting and Procedure
  • Traditional Knowledge, Biodiversity and Farmers' Rights
  • Comparative Law and IP
  • Geographical Indications of Goods
  • IP Valuation and Transaction Management

*Note: The offering of specializations are subject to minimum 25 students enrolling in the same.  

List of Elective Courses*

  • Interpretation of Statutes
  • Competition Law
  • E- Commerce Law
  • Human Rights Law
  • Conflict of Laws
  • Information & Technology Law
  • Insurance Law
  • International Trade Law
  • Banking And Negotiable Instruments Law
  • Sports Law
  • Animal Protection Law
  • AI Data Privacy and Cyber Law
  • Block chain and Digital Currency Laws and Regulations
  • Energy Laws
  • Foreign Exchange and Management Laws
  • Health Law
  • International Humanitarian Law
  • Law and Education
  • Law and policy for LGBTQ+
  • Aviation Law
  • Law Science and Technology
  • Media Law
  • Social Justice Law in India and US
  • Air and Space Law

Note: The offering of elective courses are subject to minimum 25 students enrolling in the same.  

Skill Enhancement Courses

  • Professional Development Skills
  • IT Skills
  • Foundation English - Basic Drafting
  • Analytical & Critical Thinking Skills
  • Research Skills
  • Drafting of Contract
  • Client Counseling Skills
  • Debating Skills
  • Trial Advocacy Skills
  • Professional Networking Skills
  • Tally
  • Negotiation, Decision & Influencing Skills
  • C.V. Writing & Mock- Interviews

List of Honours Courses*

Honours 1
  • Law And Economics (Business Law Group I)
  • Forensic Science (Criminal Law Group II)
  • Copyright & Drafting (IPR Law Group III)
  • Honours 2
  • Law of Mergers & Acquisition (Business Law Group I)
  • Penology And Victimology (Criminal Law Group II)
  • IP And Artificial Intelligence (IPR Law Group III)
  • Honours 3
  • Corporate Governance (Business Law Group I)
  • Comparative Criminal Procedure (Criminal Law Group II)
  • Patent Drafting (IPR Law Group III)
  • Honours 4
  • International Investment Law (Business Law Group I)
  • Juvenile Justice (Criminal Law Group II)
  • Trademark Drafting And Procedure (IPR Law Group III)
  • Honours 5
  • Law on Securities Regulation (Business Law Group I)
  • International Criminal Law (Criminal Law Group II)
  • Traditional Knowledge, Biodiversity And Framers' Rights (IPR Law Group III)
  • Honours 6
  • Infrastructure Law (Business Law Group I)
  • Women And Criminal Law (Criminal Law Group II)
  • Comparative Law And Ip (IPR Law Group III)
  • Honours 7
  • Law of Bankruptcy And Insolvency (Business Law Group I)
  • Corporate Offences (Criminal Law Group II)
  • Law relating to geographical Indications(IPR Law Group III)
  • Honours 8
  • Commercial Transactions And Litigations (Business Law Group I)
  • Transactional Organized Crimes (Criminal Law Group II)
  • Trade Secret and Technology transfer (IPR Law Group III)

    Through focused learning opportunities, our students dwell in the realm of impactful ideas, both inside and outside classroom. We are committed to our practical approach and therefore, provide hands-on learning experience to our students. The pedagogy at Unitedworld School of Law seeks to create leaders in the Indian legal system and society. Here, the student of B.B.A.-LL.B. (Hons.) Integrated Programme is exposed to a variety of learning methods, be it research and case studies method, or debate and moot court or through internship at law firm. As students, they can decide their own academic gradient, based on their interest and appetite for a challenge. In addition to classroom teaching, we involve our students in various research and extension programmes, including Internships at the end of each semester, for better understanding of the subject matter. Throughout the span of five years, our students get exposure to various National and International Conferences, Workshops, Seminars, Moot Court Competitions, Mock Trials, Trial Advocacy, Parliamentary Debate Competitions, Empirical Research Studies, Internships at prominent offices of advocates and corporate sectors.

    Here at UWSL each student is made to participate in Moot Court and Mock Trials for the development of oral advocacy skills through a realistic appellate advocacy experience. The Moot Court Committee here engages the students in learning and analyzing legal issues, with its larger purpose being to teach their students the practical side of practicing law. The students are made to analyze a detailed hypothetical fact scenario which raises legal issues. It is the deliberation and contention of such legal issues supported by real time case laws that help in honing their argumentative and logical reasoning capacity. Another important part of the moot court process is to teach students to overcome legal authority viz., statutes, regulations, and cases that cuts against their position. Drafting of legal documents is another important aspect that is catered to by the Moot Court Committee. Regular court visits and case law analysis in classroom environment are key elements that go hand in hand with regular mock trials and court room exercises. The Moot Court Committee seeks to build top-quality mooters and researchers at the under-graduation level and encourages a hundred percent participation of each student at competitions across the globe. This further stimulates critical thinking and public speaking skills, as well as knowledge of legal practices and procedures prevalent across the globe.

    Competition is a by-product of productive work, not its goal. Same way, awards are there to recognize the efforts we put in towards achieving excellence but it shouldn’t be our only goal. We measure our progress by the success stories of our students and their achievements become our milestones.

    Take a look at some of the prestigious awards that UWSL won within a short span of time.

    Unitedworld School of Law (UWSL) received the “Emerging Law Institute of India” Award
    Top-10 Promising Law Colleges in India – 2017
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