Duration of Course 5 years (10 Semesters)


Seats 100 Seats

  • To bridge the gap between legal theory and economic practice - an in-depth understanding of trade and commerce is the key.
  •  course includes subjects like Accounts, Finance, Economics, and language, which are supplemented by a range of law courses
  • Provides a broad-based multidisciplinary foundation to the curriculum


Semester I Semester II


  • General English
  • Law of Contracts I
  • Legal Method &  Legal Reasoning
  • Computer Fundamentals & its Applications
  • Business Mathematics
  • Business Organization
  • Fundamentals of Moot Court


  • Legal Language & Legal Writing
  • History II (History of Courts, Legislature & Legal Profession of India
  • Law of Contracts II
  • Business Economics I (Micro)
  • Torts & Consumer protection Act
  • Quantitative Techniques for Decision Making
  • Language Lab
  • Trial Advocacy
Semester III Semester IV


  • Family Law I
  • Constitutional Law I
  • Business Economics II (Macro)
  • Financial Accounting
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Client counseling

Open Elective -(Any Two)

  • Consumer Behavior & Market Research
  • Operations & Materials Management
  • International Finance & Risk Management
  • Business Policy & Strategy
  • Project Finance


  • Jurisprudence
  • Family Law II
  • Civil Procedure Code & Law of Limitation
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Marketing Management
  • Constitutional Law II

Open Elective -2 (Any One)

  • French
  • Arabic
  • Spanish
Semester V Semester VI


  • Law of Crimes (IPC)
  • Company Law I
  • Administrative Law
  • Property Law including Transfer of Property Act & Easement Act
  • Taxation Law
  • Principles of Auditing
  • Fundamentals of Investment Management
  • Civil Drafting


  • Law of Evidence
  • Company Law-2
  • Human Rights & International Law
  • Criminal Procedure Court, JJ Act & Prohibition of Offenders Act
  • Cost Accounting
  • Industrial  Visit
  • Criminal Drafting

Open Elective -4 (Any One)

  • Banking & Negotiable Instruments Law
  • Insurance Law
  • Maritime Law
Semester VII Semester VIII


  • Interpretation of Statutes
  • Labour Law I
  • Environmental Law
  • Income Tax Law and Practice (Hons-1)
  • Central Excise (Hons-II)
  • Private International Law

Open Elective 

  • Workshop on any one
  • Mediation 
  • International Arbitration
  • Negotiation and Drafting International Commercial Contracts  

Open Elective - 2  

  • Law Relating to Women & Children
  • Media Law, 3.Medical Law
  • Artificial Intelligence & Law
  • International Humanitarian Law
  • Comparative Public Law 
  • Infrastructure Law
  • Law and Governance
  • Minorities Law
  • Criminology and Criminal Justice Administration


  • Intellectual Property Right
  • Labour Law II
  • Customs and Services Tax (Hons. III)
  • Wealth Tax and Direct Tax Planning (Hons. IV)
  • Arbitration, Conciliation & ADR Mechanisms
  •  Drafting Conveyance
    Open Elective-3 
  • Drafting Conveyance
  • Law and Economics
  • Climate Change & Law
  • Water Law  
  • Housing Law
  • Law of the Global Commons (Antarctic, High Seas, Outer Space)
  • Internet Security Law
  • Patenting of Life forms
  • WTO and Law
  • Corporate Crimes
  • Victimology
Semester IX Semester X


  • Professional Ethics, Accountancy for lawyers & Bar Bench Relation
  • Right to Information
  • Competition Law
  • Pleading, Drafting and Conveyance
  • VAT/Sales Tax Law and GST
  • Corporate Tax Planning and DTC (Hons. VI)
  • Information Technology LawDissertation
    Program Elective- Seminar-3
  • Comparative Tax Law
  • General Anti Avoidance Rule
  • Taxation of Corporate Entities
  • Tax: Constitutional Provisions and Fiscal Relation between Center and States
  • The role of taxation in good governance and policy


  • International Trade Law
  • International Taxation (Hons. VII)
  • Adjudication of Tax Related Disputes (Hons. VIII)
  • Moot Court & Internship
  • Dissertation II

Program Elective- Seminar-4

  • Advance Ruling, Settlement Commission and Appellate Procedure: Direct and Indirect Taxes
  • Promissory Estoppel in Fiscal Laws
  • Double Taxation Avoidance Agreements
  • Transfer Pricing
  • Taxation of Non – Resident entities


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  • State Bar Councils
  • Indian and Foreign Law Firms
  • Multi National Companies
  • Legal Cells of Private and Public Sector Companies
  • Legal Department of Foreign Companies
  • Global Audit and Compliance Firms
  • Consulting Firms
  • Minimum 50% Marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th)

LLB admissions through UL-SAT (up to 80% of seats)

The UPES ULSAT 2018 is scheduled on 5th May 2018 (offline) and 11th-13th May 2018 (online). The last date to apply for this exam is 20th April 2018.

LAW Programs through Board Merit/CLAT Merit/LSAT India Merit

Please note that you should meet the eligibility criteria to participate in the GDPI process.

CLAT Merit/LSAT India Merit:

For BA LLB (Hons.)/BBA LLB (Hons.)/B.Com LLB (Hons.): Candidates will be exempted from the UPES Law Studies Aptitude Test and will be invited directly for GD and Interview if they meet the following criteria –

  • Minimum 50% Marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th)
  • CLAT ranking up to 10000/LSAT India score of 60% or above

For B.Tech LLB (Hons.): Candidates will be exempted from UPES-EAT and admissions through merit ranking if they meet the following criteria –

  • Minimum 50% Marks in Higher & Senior Secondary (10th & 12th)
  • Minimum 50% Marks in PCM at Senior Secondary Level (12th)
  • CLAT ranking up to 10000/LSAT India score of 60% or above

Board Merit:

For BA LLB (Hons.)/BBA LLB (Hons.)/B.Com LLB (Hons.): Candidates are exempted from the UPES Law Studies Aptitude Test (ULSAT) and will be invited directly for GD and Interview if they meet the following criteria –

  • Minimum 85% marks in 10th and 12th best of five subjects (English being compulsory)

For B. Tech LLB (Hons.): Candidates are exempted from UPES-EAT and will be admitted through merit ranking if they meet the following criteria –

  • Minimum 70% marks in 10th and 12th (PCM).

Age Criteria

Only candidates whose date of birth falls on or after October 1, 1996, are eligible to apply for admission. The DoB that’s recorded in the Secondary Education Board/University Certificate will be assumed to be authentic.

Up to 20% of the available seats shall be filled through the Board Merit/CLAT/LSAT India Category. If any seat remains vacant, then UPES has the right to fill these seats through the UPES Entrance Exam.

Candidates placed in compartment are not eligible for admission to any program of study in the University.