Being one of the oldest professions, law has come a long way from an apprenticeship to the multi-faceted mission It is today. There is no aspect of life today that law doesn’t visit. It is one calling which accompanies a person from cradle to grave and beyond! Naturally, legal education is accorded utmost priority globally.
We, at the Faculty of Law, PES University, are aware of the glory and responsibility of legal profession and have finetuned the nuances of legal education to suit the necessities of the modern-day litigation, corporate and intellectual property world. The curriculum is designed in consultation with the principal stake-holders, viz., students and the industry. We offer honours programs with specializations in the areas of corporate law and intellectual property law inter alia.
We are also taking initiatives to address the legal needs of the scientific community and we are wholeheartedly backed by the strong engineering and technological faculty of our university in this regard. In short, we are preparing our students not only for the present times, but for the intellectually conceivable future that may be dominated by AI and such other innovations.
The curriculum for the undergraduate and post graduate program is designed keeping in mind the contemporary requirements in the legal arena. Courses are imparted through integrating an optimal blend of teachings in Indian laws as well as International laws to make sure that our students are globally employable in this globalised world. The programme has been innovatively designed to cater to the growing challenges and complexities of the dynamic legal and business environment of India and abroad. To deliver the same, the curriculum has incorporated Seminar Courses and elective courses.
If a student is among the top 20% of his/her class (section) in terms of CGPA for a particular academic year, then he/she will get a tuition fee waiver of 30% for the next academic year of study.
If a student secures a CGPA of 7.5 and above for a particular year, then he/she would receive cash prize money as a distinction award.
High Courts, Legislative Assembly, Guided visit of the Supreme Court, Parliament, Central Jail and Tribunals etc…