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HSNC University launches D. M. Harish School of Law

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HSNC University, Mumbai has launched its law school by the name of D. M. Harish School of Law (DMHSL). The law school is approved by the Bar Council of India and will offer five-year B.A. LL.B., five-year B.B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) and three-year LL.B. courses to begin with. The courses go live from December 2021. The interested candidates can apply for their preferred course via: www.hsncu.com

DMHSL, Dr. Niranjan Hiranandani, Provost – HSNC University, said, “The new age law school will be a benchmark with regards to pedagogies that will hone the aspiring legal minds into world best attorneys. The clinical education in the law school will impart structured learning experience to the students that qualifies them to serve the society in better ways. The legal issues are far more complex today, making good law schools more important than ever. Law schools ensure that all students are taught foundation, substantive and procedural law.”

DMHSL will conduct its own entrance test HLAT (HSNCU Law Aptitude Test) for candidates who wish to enroll for courses at the school. Besides, to ascertain merit of students who may not appear for HLAT, DMHSL will also consider the marks of other entrance examinations like CLAT, MHCET, SLAT, LSAT, AILET, NMIMS. For students who have appeared for other Law Entrance exams in 2021, DMHSL gives an exemption from appearing for HLAT.  

Further explaining the diversity and academic trails at DMHSL, Dr. Hemlata Bagla, Vice-Chancellor of HSNC University, stated, “At D. M. Harish School of Law, students will get an opportunity to convert experiments into ‘benchmark’ in legal world and endure economic, social, political and judicial scrutiny. Keeping in mind the same, we currently offer three major programs to aspirants which have been structured strategically to ensure students an access to a diverse range of fields and empower them to add their outlook to a greater legal community.”

It may be mentioned that law courses apart from traditional legal professional roles, also offers opportunities of International lawyers, corporate lawyers, diplomats, policy advisors, legal advisor, etc.


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