The BBM, LL.B. is a special integrated law course that aims at creating a band of modern lawyers who are knowledgeable and skilled in the basics of management as well. It meets all requirements of the professional undergraduate law degree (or Legum Baccalaureus) with additional exposure of management that creates added advantage for them to work as lawyers in the corporate sector and public enterprises. Study of this course will enable the law students to develop a competitive edge for them in the business sector including the practice of business law in law courts and quasi-judicial tribunals. The recent changes in the Nepalese economy and global economic scenario have necessitated a strong demand for a breed of youngsters with the knowledge of law coupled with the core essentials of management and business to enhance productivity.
The requirements for in-house lawyers at commercial and development banks, finance companies, investment companies, mutual funds, insurance companies, business houses, construction sector, power industry, hospitals, roads and transport entities, tourism and other industrial sectors must be met with in order to develop our private sector. All type of infrastructural projects in Nepal need quality lawyers to protect their business interests and uphold rule of law. Therefore, the objective of this integrated course is to cater to this demand unfolding before the students, and to enable OBJECTIVE them to explore these vistas of opportunities that lie ahead. The School of Law is supported by the School of Management, which is already a leading management school in Nepal and the region, in the administration of the management components of the BBM, LL.B course.
Duration: Five Years (Full Time)
Intake: 44 seats each year
Pattern of Program: Semester Pattern - Total 10 Semesters
The candidate should have passed 10+2 intermediate degree or its equivalent of at least two years duration in any discipline with a minimum GPA of 2.0 and minimum ‘C’ grade in all subjects from accredited Universities or Boards recognized by Kathmandu University.
Passed Kathmandu University Law School Admission Test (KULSAT) conducted by Kathmandu University School of Law, KUSL in the current year.
The KULSAT is composed of the following sections and contents:
Written Test(100 Points)
Interview (20 Points)