Faculty of Law

About Department

IES University, Faculty of Law (FOL) is a dynamic and progressive Law Department situated in the clean and green environment of Bhopal, M.P. (Heart of India). Faculty of Law (FOL) is considered to be one of the most prestigious Law Department in the Capital of Madhya Pradesh, offering BCI approved Five Year B.A. LL.B. (Hons.),  LL.M. (Criminal Law, Constitution Law, Human Rights, Business Law) and   Ph.D. Programmes.

To emerge as a leading Department of law in pursuit of academic excellence, innovation and nurturing entrepreneurship.

1. To prepare students as legal professional through transformative legal educational and practical knowledge and experience. 2. To encourage global outlook of the students by providing enriched legal educational initiatives. 3. To promote research, innovations and entrepreneurship in legal field. 4. To inculcate ethical and moral values among the budding lawyers, judges and legal professionals and motivate them to serve the society.

  • • Excellence: Commitment to innovation and continuous learning and to ensure we keep striving for the best outcomes in all facets of life.
  • • Ethical Conduct: Integrity, fairness, honesty and transparency in all actions.
  • • Global Outlook: Welcoming and encouraging diverse ideas, beliefs, and cultures.
  • • Promote Leadership: Believing that leaders create leadership skills in others, thus igniting a virtuous cycle of growth.
  • • Collaboration and Inclusiveness: Developing a symbiotic community of faculty, students, alumni, industry, government bodies and other Universities/Centers of learning.

  • Qualified and Experienced Faculty

  • Focus on experiential learning - Guest Lectures, Visits, Internship, Workshop, Seminars etc.

  • Faculty of Law adopts a multidisciplinary approach.

  • Cultural Diversity- Students from different states of country.

  • Regular Interaction with top global law professional and distinguished legal luminaries.

  • Faculty of Law provides Moot Court Facility, Debates, Quizzes, Guest lectures, Seminars, Conferences, Case Study, Mentoring, Summer internship etc. for the students.

  • Community Connect, Legal Aid Clinic

Courses Offered

Faculty of Law at IES University offers undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral degrees in different disciplines. These programs aim to inculcate curiosity, a sense of responsibility towards society and self-growth among students. The curriculum offered is designed under the guidance of Law Professors and judiciary officials to ensure that students are equipped with in-demand skills and knowledge to emerge victorious in this competitive environment.


  • BA.LL.B. (Hons.)


  • LL.M


  • Ph.D. in Law

Educational Objective of BA. LL.B. (Hons.) Programme

  • After completion of BA. LL.B. (Hons.) students shall have good knowledge of BA subjects and law subjects. Emphasis has been laid on soft skills development and legal training by mandatory internship, participation in moot court competitions, Guest Lectures, Seminars, Visit to- Parliament, Supreme Courts and other Courts, Jail, Juvenile Homes, Police Station etc.

Professional Objective of BA. LL.B. (Hons.) Programme

  • After completion of the BA. LL.B. Programme (Hons.) student can enroll as an Advocate, Join Law Firms, Prepare for various competitive examinations including State Judicial Services, Pursue Higher studies, etc. These are most appropriate degree programmes for the students who aspire to become social conscious lawyers, judges, Corporate Practitioner, legal managers, legal consultant, legal advisors in their career.

Educational Objective of LL.M. Programme 

  • After completion of One Year LL.M. Programme students shall have specialisation in Criminal and Corporate laws with research skills.

Professional Objective of LL.M. Programme

  • After completion of One Year LL.M. student can pursue Ph.D. in Law, Clear UGC NET and join as Faculty, Enroll as Advocate, Join Law Firms, and Prepare for various competitive examinations.

Teaching – Learning & Evaluation

Innovative Teaching -Learning methods

  • Case law based interactive classes
  • Use of Multi Media teaching aids including video lectures and movie screening
  • Debates, Quizzes, Mock Parliament
  • Regular Moot Courts
  • Class room presentations and home assignments, projects

Experiential Learning

  • Supreme Court, High Court and District Court, Consumer Courts and Prison visits
  • Parliament Visits
  • Community Connect and Free Legal Awareness Camps


  • Continuous Assessment: Class Test, Assignments, Oral Presentations etc.
  • Mid Term, End Term Examinations
  • Seminar Course report, Internship Viva
  • Dissertation evaluation through anti plagiarism software's.