3 Year LLB Degree Course Syllabus Mumbai University

3 Year LLB Degree Course Syllabus Mumbai University

3 Year LLB Degree Course Syllabus Mumbai University

Syllabus for Mumbai University’s 3 Year LL.B. Degree Course done after graduation.

First Semester

Labour Laws (100 Marks)
Contracts – I: Contract Act – Ss. 1 – 75 (60 Marks) & Specific Relief Act (40 Marks) (100 Marks)
Law of Torts (70 Marks) & Consumer Protection (30 Marks) (100 Marks)
Legal Language including Legal Writing & General English (100 Marks)

Second Semester

Law of Crimes: I.P.C. (70 Marks) & Criminal Jurisprudence (30 Marks) (100 Marks)
Constitutional Law (100 Marks)
Family Law – I (100 Marks)
Environmental Laws (100 Marks)
Practical Training – I (100 Marks)

Third Semester

Administrative Law (100 Marks)
Family Law – II (100 Marks)
Property Law (100 Marks)
Company Law (100 Marks)

Fourth Semester

Jurisprudence: Legal Theory (100 Marks)
Contract – II: Indian Contract Act Sec. 124-238 (40 Marks),
Indian Partnership Act (30 Marks)
Sale of Goods Act (30 Marks)
(100 Marks)
Land Laws (Maharashtra) (100 Marks)
Optional Paper: any one of the following

  1. Criminology
  2. Taxation Laws
  3. Law of Insolvency
(100 Marks)
Practical Training – II (100 Marks)

Fifth Semester

Civil Procedure Code (85 Marks) Limitation Act (15 Marks) (100 Marks)
Criminal Procedure Code (70 Marks)
Juvenile Justice Act (15 Marks)
Probation of Offenders Act (15 Marks)
(100 Marks)
Interpretation of Statutes (100 Marks)
Public International Law & Human Rights (50 Marks each) (100 Marks)

Sixth Semester

Alternate Dispute Resolution (100 Marks)
Law of Evidence (100 Marks)
Optional Papers: any two of the following
1. Banking & Negotiable Instruments Act
2. Law of Insurance
3. Intellectual Property Law
4. Conflict of Laws
5. Law Relating to Women & Children
6. Law and Medicine
(100 Marks)
(100 Marks)
(100 Marks)
(100 Marks)
(100 Marks)
(100 Marks)
Practical Training – III – Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing (100 Marks)
Practical Training – IV (100 Marks)

7 thoughts on “3 Year LLB Degree Course Syllabus Mumbai University

  1. Akash

    the syllabus for optional subject for s.y. llb of subject taxation seems not available on the website, kindly guide me with the same.
    thank you

  2. BHARAT L SHAH

    I appeared in Ist LLB exam, but due to circumstances I could not appeared for university exam in the year 1980. I have my exam sit number. Today, I am senior citizen, having wish to pass law exams upto three years. I am ex student of K C Law college at Mumbai. Please advice me whether I can appear in new syllabuls of three years course. Regards. Bharat L Shah.

  3. Avadhut Atmaram Naik

    I passed 1st year llb in 1982 of Bombay University through GRKare Law CollegeGoa and answered 2nd year unsuccessfully.I am 63 years old and I wish to complete the course. Please guide me.Avadhut Naik Goa.

  4. Jose

    I am working as an Assistant Commissioner of Income Tax, I had given my Second year LLB exams in April 89 and in October 89. I had the following Subjects.

    1. Legal Theory and Comparative Theory.
    2. Hindu law.
    3. Property Law.
    4. Taxation.
    5. Law of Partnerships etc.
    6. Company Law.

    In the April 1989 exams I cleared two subjects i.e Property Law and Law of partnerships etc.
    I would like to complete my 2nd year LLB by writting or the remaining subjects. I am informed that there is a new syllabus. Kindly inform me the procedure for writting the Exams in October 2015 and the subjects that I will have to appear.

  5. Isha

    As I hv not appeared for 3rd sem llb exams(3years) in May2015… Can I appear for 4th sem exams as are going to be held on August 2015.?? As I have submitted my exam form for 4th sem examination …plzz reply me

  6. ravee desai

    Mr Jose.
    You will have to approach your college and directly fill up an examination form for 3rd and 4 th semester and then you can appear for your exams. You will have to give exam as per new syllabus. As per my knowledge you might not get exemptions of old syllabus.

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