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NMIMS is known to introduce programs that are unique and target niche areas of specializations. With the rich tradition of the School of Business Management (SBM) has launched in association with NMIMS School of Law, a new generation program titled MBA (Law). This two-year full time degree program will connect dots between Law, Business and Management.

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Value Proposition in Present Business Ecosystem and MBA (Law)

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. At the same time, more and more corporations have turned to lawyers to serve as CEOs or in other business roles, especially when the firms operate in highly regulated markets. School of Business Management, Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies has developed a 2 year MBA program to address the needs of students interested in business & law.

Responsible corporate managers can rarely make any significant business decisions without awareness of the possible legal implications. Conversely, lawyers who advise corporate management must have an awareness of the business implications of their legal advice. There is always strong demand for those with the skills and understanding of the interwoven aspects of both business and law.

MBA – Law bridges the knowledge gap by bringing management and law together. All the MBA courses teach management skills but they remain lacking in the knowledge of company, labor, industrial and commercial law.

In the current scenario more mergers and acquisitions are taking place and a mere law graduate or a mere MBA graduate may not be capable to handle such cases.

School of Business Management, Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies’ MBA(Law) Program is the first program of its kind in the nation. 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.

There are several advantages of having leaders with a lawyer’s eye for detail and a manager’s understanding of business process in an organization. A few of the benefits to the organization enlisting the services of leaders of such background are:

  • Reduction in external legal spending.
  • Better management of in house legal department.
  • Risk management.
  • Corporate governance and compliance
  • Leadership which can understand the changing needs of the business in a highly dynamic global scenario

Programme Objective

Graduated students from this program will be able to:

  • Enrich knowledge with enhanced and expanded inputs for skill development related to various facets of management and administration, analyses of business data, multi-modal communication and legal drafting skills;
  • Deepen and hone their skill sets with fusion of management skills with application orientation;
  • Enable themselves to think more practically with analyses of business information and effectively apply legal knowledge from the perspective of business needs, including matters related to off-shore transactions and transformation towards digital economy;
  • Equip with additional capabilities for understanding and resolving critical business problems, emerging perilous dimensions of VUCA elements and legal matters with practical business orientation; and
  • Gain skill sets in matters of laying down legal briefs, policy documents, standard operating and monitoring procedures for execution of business decisions, etc. in total compliance with laws, regulations, governance requirements, risks and sustainability management, etc.

MBA (Law) Program will prepare students with necessary knowledge and skills of business administration along with enhanced knowledge of business laws both from domestic and global perspectives. It will also provide application orientations to all young lawyers aspiring to excel in corporate and consulting world, with explicit skill sets for business administration and major relevant laws.

Message from the desk of Vice Provost of Management Education and Dean

I am happy to announce the launch of the MBA Law programme by the School of Business Management in association with the School of Law. NMIMS has always closely worked with the industry to gauge its needs and design courses which fill in skill gaps.

Today, there is certainly a need for people with a knowledge of both management and law, across sectors such as marketing, sales, supply chain, and those involved in the development of intellectual property. Businesses need to have a deeper understanding of the regulatory environment, because many areas - telecom, insurance, and sunrise sectors such as aviation - are highly regulated.

As economies are increasingly integrated into the world market within the framework of international trade rules, business has taken centre stage. Inorganic growth necessitates an understanding of the takeover code and regulations across borders. Employees need some knowledge of the principles of management and business law, to do business within and outside the country.

Students who wish to open a law firm or a consulting firm, a business degree will give them valuable business insights that will help them run organizations much more efficiently than others and this in itself is a massive competitive advantage. Also, when law firms decide on formation of employees, they assume legal proficiency and start weighing other factors such as leadership, management, business development, and negotiation abilities. Similarly, corporate general counsels need a full understanding of how the company is run to successfully consult on legal issues that arise. The versatile skillset you gain through the MBA Law could make you a prime candidate for these high-level positions.

I truly believe NMIMS’s MBA Law will orient young lawyers aspiring to excel in corporate and consulting world with the relevant skill sets.


Distinguished faculty from academia and industry will deliver the program through lectures, presentations, and contemporary simulation based interactive case studies to facilitate application oriented practical implementation of theories and concepts.

Students will be engaged in discussions based on pre-circulated published papers, case studies and small caselets with complex problems drawn from critical issues faced by industries. Case studies from HBS Case Library will be discussed for analytically dealing with various types of problems and issues related to legal and business management related courses as well as tools and methodologies for resolution thereof. Students will also be exposed to management films and lectures of renowned professors and world class consultants/practitioner’s. Some of the classes will be conducted in a workshop mode for bringing in application orientation.

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.

Programme Structure and Course Content

Following are the salient features of program structure for MBA (Law):

  • The program has been scheduled with six trimesters, divided into two years of three trimesters each and one Summer Internship of eight weeks;
  • Out of total thirty-eight courses sixteen are related to Law and twenty-two are related to Management area. Total credits are 114 plus six credits for a Research Paper of 6 credits;
  • Law courses cover predominantly those which are of critical importance for corporate houses and legal profession, e. g. Governance, M&A, IPR, Cyber Laws, Economic Offences, International Taxation, ADR Mechanisms, Legal Drafting etc.
  • Twenty-Two Management courses have been divided in the following manner in two years over six trimesters with credits stated alongside:

    - Economics – 1,
    - Operations and decision sciences – 1,
    - Statistical Analysis – 0.5,
    - Operations Research – 0.5,
    - Marketing – 2,
    - Human Resources – 3,
    - Business Environment and Strategy – 3,
    - Communication including Negotiations – 3, and
    - Finance – 9.

Programme Structure

Job Profile and Placement/ Sectors requiring MBA (Law) professionals

Major sectors needing these professionals are Manufacturing; Service Industries; Government & PSUs; FMCG; Infrastructure; Education; Healthcare; Retail; Tourism & Hospitality; Automobile; Banking; Finance; Insurance, Consultancy.

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MBA (Law) graduates can assist these industries in the following areas.

MBA (Law) graduates can assist these industries

In House Counsel: These attorneys assist large businesses with the management of their legal affairs. They are also responsible for developing legal policies that guide the business operations of the company. The MBA (Law) graduate provides a large benefit since clients are business unit leaders and could ask questions about structuring deals, contracts and even approaching litigation.

Management Consultant: These consultants help businesses improve their performance by focusing on business strategy, structure, management and operations. The business fundamentals learnt in business school and the logical reasoning obtained in law school make MBA(Law) graduates a great choice for such roles.

Business Law: Corporate lawyers handle complex transactional matters involving business mergers, acquisitions and corporate restructuring. They may also deal with real estate transactions, intellectual property, private equity and white collar crimes.

There might be an amalgamation of these roles or just a standalone portfolio. But MBA(Law) graduates are going to be trailblazers and highly sought after professionals in the changing phase of our economy and any organisation which inculcates these professionals is bound to benefit immensely.


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 on 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.

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