MBA (Law)

A Gen-Next program, bridging the gap between Management and Law

2 - Year full time program, in association with Kirit P. Mehta School of Law

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Introduction to the Program

Law and business are more interconnected than ever. As we move forward, lawyers will need to understand corporate finance, management, marketing, and or accounting practices to better serve their clients. School of Business Management, Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies’ MBA(Law) Program is the first program of its kind in the nation that bridges the knowledge gap by bringing management and law together. It equips its students for success, whether they aspire for leadership in business and know the value of legal expertise, or whether they’re primarily interested in a career in law but seek a solid foundation in management.


Distinguished faculty members from diverse academias and industries will deliver lectures. The methods of learning would comprise of presentations, discussions, and case studies to facilitate application oriented theories. Students will also be benefitted by working on assigned projects and collective / shared learning from writing papers and short presentations on assigned projects covering the course content.

Why Join

Graduates from this program will be professionally equipped with

Skills to examine legal aspects while executing essential business decisions.

Ability to provide augmented solutions from business and legal perspectives.

Ability to troubleshoot dangerous and volatile problems with practicality and precision.

Extensive knowledge from diverse facets of management.

Sharpened management skills.

Program Structure

The program has been scheduled with six trimesters. These semesters are divided into two years of three trimesters each and one eight-week Summer Internship. Out of total thirty-eight courses, sixteen are related to Law and twenty-two are related to Management. The MBA program is worth 144 credits plus 6 credits for a Research Paper (200 credits in total).


The following students will be eligible to join the two-year degree program:
- Graduates with three or five year LLB degree programs from recognized Universities;
- Qualified Chartered Accountants/ Cost Accountants/ Company Secretaries.
Prospective candidates are admitted through NMAT and/or an intensive personal interview. This interview will be preceded by a written test for a total of 100 marks and will include, Objective questions of 75 marks and an essay of 25 marks.
The objective questions will be in the following areas:
1. Logical Reasoning: 25 Marks
2. Legal Reasoning: 25 Marks
3. English Language: 25 Marks
Successful candidates passing through this process will be admitted to the two-year full-time MBA (Law) Program.

Role of MBA (Law) Graduates

Fees Structure

INR 7 Lakhs p.a.(subject to revision)


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