List of corporate associations for placement drive and tie ups

Faculty of Law has signed MoUs with the following Professional Associations/Institutions:

  1. Indian National Bar Association, New Delhi
  2. CUTS Institute for Regulation & Competition, New Delhi

Job prospects after BA/BBA LLB courses

BA LL.B (Honor’s); BBA LLB (Honor’s) & LLB (Honor’s)

Apart from entering into legal practice as a litigating lawyer, law graduates today have the option to join the legal profession and work as a Law Officer/Legal Advisor/Legal Executive in various Government and Private Institutions. Large corporate houses, multinational corporations, Banks, Insurance Companies, LPOs and NGOs are recruiting law graduates directly from the campuses and therefore, legal professionals are in high demand at very handsome remuneration packages. Many Young Lawyers wish to join the very prestigious Judicial Service or Civil Services.

Description about corporate and industrial visit programs.

SGT Law School believes in experiential and clinical legal education and follows some of the most advanced practical pedagogical techniques for imparting legal instructions. Visits to various offices/institutions such as Courts, Parliament, Prison, Police station etc. are an essential part of our experiential learning program.

Description on Industry Oriented course Oriented curriculum

SGT University is one of the few law schools which offer a trimester pattern in which a student gets opportunity of internship thrice in a year. It makes the student ready for the profession after completion of 15 internships at the end of 5 year degree programme. Students at SGT University Faculty of Law will have practical experience of working with lawyers in courts for a duration of 1 year and 3 months during the 5 year study period. This will help them to become practice ready lawyers unlike students from other law schools, where they get experience in court room only after completing their graduation in law.

Special Add-on courses divided in Semester/Years

The Faculty of Law follows a cafeteria approach in selecting courses of specialization. One can select specialization in Corporate Law or International Trade Law or Constitutional Law or Criminal Law depending upon ones  wish and career options. In the final year, students are offered  the following special add-on courses like:

US Legal System, European Union Law, English Legal System, and one Foreign Language (French/German)