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  • To impart knowledge and understanding of general concepts of law
  • To inculcate skills useful to analyze various socio-legal problems and to find out solutions for such problems
  • To spread awareness as to the rights and duties of a citizen to contribute to the growth of nation
  • To develop overall personality of a student so as to transform him/her into a capable professional.

About the Course : To adapt to the needs of contemporary law education, University of Mumbai has introduced the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) from Academic Year 2019-2020. For details of CBCS and evaluation, please refer mu.ac.in (University of Mumbai website)

LLB first year

Semester I
Sr. No.SubjectCredit
1Labour Laws4
2Contract- I4
3Torts and Consumer Protection Laws4
4Legal Language including Legal Writing and General English4
5Practical Training -I4
Semester II
Sr. No.SubjectCredit
1Law of Crimes4
2Constitutional Law4
3Family Law- I4
4Environmental Laws4
5DPC- I4
LLB Second Year

Semester III
Sr. No.SubjectCredit
1Administrative Law4
2Family Law- II4
3Transfer of Property Act and Easement Act4
4Company Law4
5Practical Training-II4
Semester IV
Sr. No.SubjectCredit
3Land Laws4
4Optional paper- Criminology and Correctional Administration4
LLB Third Year

Semester V
Sr. No.Subject
1Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act4
2Criminal Procedure Code, Juvenile Justice Act and Probation of Offenders Act4
3Interpretation of Statutes4
4Public International Law and Human Rights4
5Practical Training- III4
Semester VI
Sr. No.Subject
1Alternate Dispute Resolutions System5
2Law of Evidence5
3Optional papers: (Choose any 2)5
(i) Law and Medicine
(ii) Intellectual Property Law
(iii) Law relating to women & children


Admission Procedure

Admissions to the First Year of Three Years Law Programme are granted on the basis of Maharashtra Law Common Entrance Test (CET) score. Please note that CET is mandatory for the admissions to the Three Years Law Programme at New Law College. To appear for CET, there are basic qualifying criteria which need to be fulfilled by the students. Please visit the website of CET Cell, Mumbai – www.mahacet.org from time to time for updated information and other details. New Law College does not have seats in management quota. All the admissions to New Law College for the Three Years Law Programme are granted by the CET Cell, Mumbai on the basis of CET score through Centralised Admission Process (CAP). The College does not conduct any separate entrance examination. Also note that there is no separate registration form to be filled for admission to New Law College. For admissions under NRI/PIO/SAARC categories, please refer separate rules of CET Cell.

  • School leaving certificate / Transfer Certificate.
  • Address proof
  • Three Passport size photos
Admission fees

Admission fees shall be charged by New Law College as prescribed by Mumbai University.

Frequently Asked Questions - FAQs

Is the LLB Program a full-time program?

Yes, LLB is a 3-year full-time program.

Can I work alongside my study?

Since the LLB Program is a fulltime program, students are expected to attend college every day. Students may if they wish, join a part time job without missing on the academics and co-curricular activities of the college.

Is a student allowed Internship during the program?


Is it necessary to Submit assignments


Is Passing in every Head compulsory?


Can I change the college once I have secured admission in New Law College?

Yes. Once students have secured admission in New Law College, students can go to any other aided law college only. Kindly refer to appropriate circular for more details visit. mu.ac.in Subject to MU rules

Can students from other law colleges secure admission in New Law College?

Students from aided law colleges can secure admission in New Law College. Students from un-aided law colleges can not secure admission in New Law College.