Department Of Law

 

About

One Degree, A World of Options …

If opportunity does not knock, build a door. Be a Law Graduate from MIU and learn how to build that door.

 

Department of Law at Manarat International University (MIU) started its journey in Summer Semester 2009. It offers the degree of Bachelor of Laws (LL.B. 4 year’s Honours). The Department has been working relentlessly with a view to creating good judges, legal experts, lawyers, good administrators and conscious citizens of tomorrow. From its very inception the Department took different initiatives to unveil the hidden potentials of the learners. Mooting and practicing, conducting scholastic seminars are integral parts of the academic activities of the Law Department. Former Chief Justice of Bangladesh, other Judges of the Supreme Court and internationally reputed think tanks and intellectuals participated in those seminars. The Department arranges Law quiz, regular court visit, special training programs for Advocateship and Judiciary exams for its students. Keeping the commercial mentality aside, MIU has revived, to a great extent, the classic concept of learners’ friendly education system. Under this concept, the meritorious and poor students have the unique opportunity to study at MIU with ten to hundred percent of waiver, provided that the concerned student must have to be consistent in his academic progress. Department of Law is bestowed with an excellent team of highly qualified faculties having degrees from Dhaka University, University of London, UK, Northumbria University, UK etc. Here, faculties include former judges, barristers and advocates of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh

 

Special Curriculum and syllabus has been designed for ensuring success in Judicial Service and Advocateship Enrolment Examinations. At present thirty-seven core courses of Law consisting of 120 credits are taught in the Department. To face the rampant world-wide moral degradation, MIU has taken the bold initiative to combine all branches of education with the universal values and morals and thus to make this institution into a centre of academic and moral excellence. To achieve that objective and with a view to making the students well-versed in the basics of different disciplines, the Department has offered eight GED (General Education) Courses consisting of 24 credits. Among those courses, foundational courses on English, Bangladesh Studies, Basic Concept of Islam and Environmental Studies are especially mentionable. 

 

This institution provides with all the facilities necessary for development of the students as academically sound, morally excellent and full-fledged human being.

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