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Human Rights Law

LLM Human Rights Law

The expression "Human rights" refers to the crucial privileges, like fundamental rights of freedom and speech, of each individual living on this earth. This ensures a man of his bona fide rights. One can oppose or struggle against any discrimination experienced in any capacity. Episodes like racial bias and partiality due to one's caste and religion were very general a few years back. Such social facts have triggered a gigantic aptitude for the specialization into the relevant stream among the law aspirants and numerous students have joined LLM in Human Rights Law. Nowadays, the attorneys, litigators, administrators, counselors and judges in various courts worldwide assume an LLM in Human Rights Law as a sophisticated feature of their legal career.

Being a prime necessity of the time, DBU offers LLM in Human Rights Law as per the norms and standards set by the Bar Council of India and various international organizations working for human rights. So, by maintaining the fundamentals of universal treaties, the curriculum instilled at DBU ensures the essential privileges of individuals all around. The commendable personalities having international recognition drain their academic and professional experiences into the students in the guise of dignitary faculty. These factors blend together and equip the aspirants with an excellent career as a lawyer in international courts, NGO’s working for human rights, renowned human rights organizations and worldwide associations.
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Postgraduate

LLM Human Rights Law

Eligibility: LLB/ BA (LLB) with minimum 50% Marks
Duration: 3 Years
Full Time

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