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Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan

University

(Established Under Tamilnadu Private Universities Act, 2019)

Tiruchirappalli - 621 112. Tamil Nadu, India.
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School of Law

About Us


Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan University, School of Law aims to impart the quality legal education and an educational experience on par with international standards. The School is renowned for the intellectual rigour of its curriculum keeping in mind the corporate and industrial needs. Being a new school, we have an advantage of framing a modern curriculum with technologically supported higher legal education pedagogy aiming at honing skill sets most appropriate for lawyers. The global standards set at Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan University, School of Law in the field of teaching and research spur us on in our relentless pursuit of excellence.


Message From DEAN - SOL


As 20% of the world's lawyers are Indians, the country is emerging as a booming legal market and has rich potential for the future lawyers. The breadth of opportunities for future lawyers has never been greater. The law schools are facing a sea change in their educational responsibilities. Welcome to Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan University, School of Law, Trichy, Tamil Nadu, India. I have the privilege to lead the law School, which is engaged in teaching and research that addresses some of the contemporary legal issues. We deliver commercially intelligent legal education. To achieve a high academic standard the school of Law has an effective curriculum which is research oriented. Apart from implementing the Bar Council Curriculum, we introduce new legal disciplines such as Sports Law, Air and Space Law, Maritime Law, Energy Law, Cyber Law, International Commercial Arbitration etc. to produce matured law graduates. Our School of Law clearly understands that implementing the typical traditional curriculum is not suffice. In our Law School, the curriculum is revised to respond to the demand for new skills and the new challenges facing law and legal education in the emerging global scenario. Welcome to Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan University, School of Law.

Welcome to Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan University, School of Law.

Dr. Rajkumar

Dean - School of Law

Vision & Mission of SOL

Vision

Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan University, School of Law prepares the students to become exceptional lawyers, leaders for the expanding competitive legal market and impact on the contemporary global environment. We strive to achieve academic and research excellence through practical learning essential for successful practice and to become admired law school in the region and place of intellectual quest.


Mission

Our mission is to train students to become highly skilled legal professionals through rigorous legal education, research, practical training, professionalism, and ethical conduct, preparing them to serve their clients and their communities with thoughtful engagement and unwavering integrity.

Undergraduate - Programmes Offered

    5 Years Integrated Courses

    • B.A LL.B. (Hons.)
    • B.B.A LL.B. (Hons.)
    • B.com LL.B. (Hons.)

Faculty

Dr. Rajkumar

Dean

Dr. P. Mahendhran

Assistant Professor

Dr. K. Veeramani, Ph.D

Assistant Professor

Dr. Aarthi Dhakshana JD

Assistant Professor

Dr. U. Vijayashankar

Assistant Professor

Dr. D. Sivakumar

Assistant Professor

Dr. Abdul Shareef P

Assistant Professor

Mr. B. Nitheesh Krishnan

Assistant Professor - Junior

Ms. M. Abinaya

Assistant Professor - Junior

Mr. R. Govindaraj

Assistant Professor - Junior

Mrs. J. Janani, B.A., B.L., LL.M., (UGC-NET)

Assistant Professor - Junior

Mr. C. Ajay

Assistant Professor - Junior

Ms. Pooja Srinithi S

Assistant Professor - Junior

Rules & Regulations

Curriculum & Syllabus







Centre for CAREER COUNSELLING

The Career Counseling Centre of School of Law guides the students towards making an intelligent and conscious career choice. The committee organizes special lectures by resource persons to share their experience and motivate the students for preparation for competitive examinations. The committee helps students in employment awareness and guides them to crack interviews. The committee conducts various programs on career path and goal setting. It also trains the students in personality development related to career.

The students are exposed to intensive training for acquiring communication, motivation and leadership skills. They gain essential input in goal setting and team building. They ensure that every student gets individual care and attention regarding employability skills, training as a law professional. We create awareness for law students to acquire skilled knowledge and to compete in competitive examinations.

Centre for LITERATURE

The literature Centre of School of Law aims to help the students to learn in interpreting the law. Literature and law are separate fields of the social sciences share some proximity in objectives. Literature is an art tend towards abstraction, creativity, variety in description and narration. In other hand law is towards clarity, logical interpretation scope, definite pattern and style of drafting and varies disciplines. Literature also facilitates the understanding of the machinery of law and its implementation in society. To carry out research in law as literature, law in literature and literature in law. Literature is a tool to explain, examine and strengthen the law. A literary bent helps lawyers argue better and judges articulate better. Nothing could possibly be more dramatic, or attractive, than the setting of a court-room trial.

The centre primarily strives for a systematic analysis of law and literature that interrelates them which acts as a tool to interpret the ideologies of law. It sets a pattern and style of drafting the legal pleadings and helps students learn how to interpret law in real life situations, Guest lectures, workshops, seminars and conferences. It conducts competitions like group discussions, debates, easy writing competitions and elocutions both in English and Tamil literature within our university.

Centre for RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

The Research and Development Centre of School of Law promotes, upholds and respects the rule of law, good governance, fair and unrestricted access to justice. It aims to advance education and research in law. The center also promotes inter-disciplinary research. It will organize Research & Development activities between faculty members and students. The centre provides a platform for dissemination of quality research in law. Legal research of innovative minds will impact on government policies and society. It conducts various conferences, seminars, workshops, special lectures to enhance the knowledge of the students in research. The practice of advocacy requires legal research to understand the depth of the law. Centre encourages the student in legal research and publications.

The Research and Development Centre of School of Law promotes, upholds and respects the rule of law, good governance, fair and unrestricted access to justice. It aims to advance education and research in law. The center also promotes inter-disciplinary research. It will organize Research & Development activities between faculty members and students. The centre provides a platform for dissemination of quality research in law. Legal research of innovative minds will impact on government policies and society. It conducts various conferences, seminars, workshops, special lectures to enhance the knowledge of the students in research. The practice of advocacy requires legal research to understand the depth of the law. Centre encourages the student in legal research and publications.

Centre for MOOT COURT

The Moot Court Committee of School of Law aims to provide students with the platform to enhance their advocacy and dispute resolution skills. The committee conducts training programs and drafting workshops. It organizes and trains the students to participate in external Moot Court Competitions. The purpose of conducting the moot court exercises is to provide law students with a valuable opportunity to improve their advocacy skills in both oral and written. It conducts intra-moot court competitions to help the students in practical manner. The centre promotes both English and Tamil moot court competitions to inculcate a general culture of mooting in the university. It also facilitates an internal selection process for selecting teams to represent the university in external competitions held nationally and internationally.

Moot Court Practices for law students is to acquire eminent knowledge of court proceedings and argumentative power, in which every individual students gets the opportunity to present their ideas in given cases in moot court hall effectively with given moot problem. So that fluency in language as well as knowledge in law improves their career life.

Centre for SPORTS ACTIVITIES

The Centre for Sports of School of Law engages the students in sports to develop their self-confidence and self-esteem. There are multiple sport facilities to keep our students engaged and physically fit. The Centre has well-maintained sports fields and facilities for games such as football, hockey, cricket, basketball, volleyball, yoga practice and various indoor games and also has a gymnasium. Sports are powerful tools that bring people together and create a sense of community. The sports always improve concentration, enhanced memory, stimulate creativity, and develop problem solving skills. It organizes various sports events to refresh the young minds. To encourage the students to participate in national and international sport games.

The committee works actively to ensure the sporting level for every single sport and game to build the students physical fitness as well as mental ability in a positive manner. Our sports committee is an active one in which various inter-batch tournaments and open events are Organized and conducted. Winning candidates or teams are given prizes accordingly to motivate them as well for their future, to be a part of world record as a representation of our nation.

Centre for CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

The Centre for Cultural Activities of School of Law engages students in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. It offers a platform for students to exhibit and develop their talents. The Centre will conduct cultural events in the university. The cultural events are a bridge between studies and extra-curricular activities to boost the students. Social exercises become possibly the most important factor in ingraining the abilities in the student. Students involved in co-curricular practice learn techniques to inculcate academic and extracurricular practice at the same time. Through these exercises, students acquire new skills that will help them in their lives. The students acquire through participation in extra-curricular activities social abilities, basic reasoning abilities, co-operation and numerous different abilities. The participation encourages the students to face the outside world with more confidence. This centre will create a stage for students to pull out their skills, and confidence.

The Cultural Committee of our institution plays a vital role in developing, and shaping the students extra-curricular activities, skills and encourages their research activities during their course. The Committee organizes several competitions to build the students individual capacity for achieving great success both in their career as well as their talents and institutions development. Hence, every individual student is important as their self-improvement can build to be motivating in extra and co-curricular activities.

Values


The School of Law aims to train the students to become practice-ready matured graduates to serve the community at large. We aspire our school of law to be a place of opportunities for brilliant students, exceptional faculty members and a place of intellectual adventures, achievements and personal fulfilment.


Library


The Library is an essential resource for legal scholarship. Mandatory library sitting is introduced for students in the time table. Standard text books in every subject are identified and procured. E-legal databases are subscribed for quick and advanced legal research. Students are trained on the usage of legal databases to develop their research persona regularly by bringing resource persons from the respective vendors.


Innovative Skills Training


The School of law is committed to providing students the practical exposure through our advocacy programs, externships , legal- aid programs, moot competitions etc.


Research

The School encourages students from first year to publish. The students are exposed to the legal publication market and its significance in their career. A student edited law journal is on the working that strives to publish leading research articles and notes authored by connoisseurs of the legal fraternity from across the world and serve as a research instrument for practitioners, academicians and students across the country.


Anti-Ragging Committee

S. No. Committee Structure Name and address of committee member Designation Structure
1.
Respective Dean Dr. Rajkumar, Professor, School of Law,
Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan University, Trichy.
Mobile: 7806976841
Chairperson
2.
One Civil Representative Guest Kanagavel, Managing Trustee, PEAS TRUST,
Poovalur Road, Lalkudi, Trichy.
Mobile No: 9443963065
Member
3.
One Police Representative Mr. Jayaseelan, Sub-Inspector,
Samayapuram Police Station, Trichy.
Mobile: 9498158261
Member
4.
One Media Representative Mr. R. Marimuthu, Media Executive,
Dinamalar, Trichy.
Mobile: 8248927601
Member
5.
Representatives of Faculty Members Dr. U. Vijayashankar, Assistant Professor, School of Law,
Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan University, Trichy.
Mobile: 9894506115
Member
6.
Representatives of Faculty Members Dr. A. Siva kumar, Assistant Professor, School of Law,
Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan University, Trichy.
Mobile: 8760710846
Member
7.
Representative of parents Mrs. P. Geetha
Mobile: 9443115509
Member
8.
Representative of Students Mr. R. Stalin ; B.A. LL.B.,(Hons.), (II Year Student)
Mobile: 9360686474
Member
9.
Representative of Students Ms. K. Gayathri, Bcom, LL.B.,(Hons.)
(I Year Student)
Mobile: 9865121202
Member
10.
Representative of Non-Teaching Staff Mrs. Kayalvizhi, Office Assistant, School of Law,
Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan University, Trichy.
Mobile: 9159475211
Member

Student Grievance Redressal Committee (SGRC)

S. No. Committee Structure Name & Designation
1.
ChairPerson Dr. Rajkumar, Dean, School of Law,
2.
Faculty Member Dr. U. Vijayashankar, Assistant Professor, SOL
3.
Faculty Member Mrs. Aarthi Dakshana, Assistant Professor, SOL
4.
Faculty Member Dr. P. Mahendghran, Assistant Professor, SOL
5.
Special Invitee H. Raisha Banu - 2nd Year B.A. LL.B.,(Hons.)