The basic objective of Faculty of Law is to produce medium and high level legal manpower to fulfil the demand in all sectors including the legal profession and academics.
The faculty offers four academic programmes:
•B.A.LL.B (Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law)
•LL.B (Bachelor of Law)
•LL.M (Master of Law)
•Ph.D. ( Doctor of Philosophy)
Among these programmes, LL.B is offered in the following six campuses: Mahendra Multiple Campus (Dharan), Mahendra Bindeswori Multiple Campus (Rajbiraj), Nepal Law Campus (Kathmandu), Butwal Multiple Campus (Butwal), Prithvi Narayan Multiple Campus (Pokhara) and Mahendra Multiple Campus (Nepalgunj). B.A.LL. has been offered in Nepal Law Campus, Kathmandu from 2010 B.S. and in Prithvi Narayan Campus; Pokhara from 2011. LL.M programme is running in the Nepal Law Campus. A three year LL.M. Degree programme is likely to come into operation in the Nepal Law Campus from this Year. The Ofﬁce of the Dean, Faculty of Law is conducting Ph.D. programme. The Faculty is preparing to introduce B.A.LL.B. Programme in some other constituent campuses of Tribhuvan University.
The prerequisite for admission to LL.B. is Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline and for B.A.LL.B. is the intermediate or equivalent degree recognized by T.U.
The faculty organizes the following programmes:
Regular interaction programmes for practicing lawyers, legal officers of the government agencies and the law teachers
Mini research programmes for the teachers and students
Human Rights Centre and Environmental Law Centre at the Faculty conducts seminars, talk Programmes and research activities in the respective areas. The Clinical Law centre is also in operation. Both, the Human Rights Centre and the Environmental Law Centre have artnership with different universities and academic Centres of UK, USA and Canada.
Bi-annual research journal entitled Nepal Law Review is the partonship of the Dean, Faculty of Law.
Prof. Dr.Bidya Kishor Roy
Faculty of Law
Exhibition Road, Kathmandu, Nepal
Phone: (977-1) 4226586
Fax: (977-1) 4230516