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Symbiosis Law School: Why Choose To Study Law at SLS Pune

Aspiring law students can apply for the BA LLB (Hons) or the BBA LLB (Hons) full-time programme by appearing for the SLAT conducted by SLS
Aspiring law students can apply for the BA LLB (Hons) or the BBA LLB (Hons) full-time programme by appearing for the SLAT conducted by SLS

Law is the big thing, next only to politics, impacting people’s lives.

dc:The study of law is directly related to understanding the levels of power in a society and the way society is governed. Law, unlike many other professions, reaches directly into everyone’s lives. Studying law gives an opportunity to a person who holds a strong sense of justice and wants to bring positive reform to the society, to work out the defects in the system and to work constructively towards progress. Legal profession is the only profession mentioned in the Constitution of India under the Article 22. The study of this field gives one the chance to sharpen one’s mind, develop skills and explore the multitudinous facets of human life. A strong academic program in law should enable one to develop skills of both abstract thinking as well as practical problem-solving.

Such sound academic programs are provided by Symbiosis Law School (SLS), Pune, that stands for excellence in legal education. The institute aims to transform aspiring law students into successful lawyers who possess intellectual strength as well as professional skills and competencies that would help them flourish across various professional settings. SLS Pune has consistently been ranked since 2000 amongst the top 10 law schools in India, by the India-Today Nielsen and The Week Survey.

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The curriculum and pedagogy at SLS Pune are devised keeping in mind the latest quality initiatives in legal education not only in India but across the globe. SLS Pune employs engaging, innovative teaching & learning methods like having moot court sessions that enable students to practice their written as well as advocacy skills. Mooting is beneficial for students in building legal insight along with qualities of professionalism while getting necessary feedback in a supportive and healthy environment. While SLS Pune recognizes that analytical skills are necessary in the making of a good lawyer, their curriculum is also focused on developing other essential skills like communication, capability of unbiased judgments, research and people skills that one needs to become a good lawyer. Equipped with world-class infrastructure, techno-driven learning & international experienced faculty.

SLS offers BA LLB (Hons) and BBA LLB (Hons) programme to aspiring law applicants. Both are 5 years full-time programme.

The BA LLB (Hons) programme is designed to turn students into socially sensitive sentinels of justice, to excel in the corporate sector and litigation fields with a strong sense of governance system.

The BBA LLB (Hons) programme aims to impart exhaustive knowledge to students not merely to withstand but also to excel in the increasingly competitive corporate and litigation fields with organizational outlook.

With its rigorous academic program and holistic approach to educating future lawyers, SLS Pune is the place to be for young aspirants looking to build a career in this noble field. To be a part of one of the best law institutes in the country, you are required to appear for SLAT (Symbiosis Law Admission Test). SLAT, is a common, mandatory online examination for law applicants.

The examination will be conducted on the 5th of May from 9.30 am to 12 noon, this year for which registration closes on 14th April by 12 midnight.

Click here to apply now.

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