Legal education, Legal Research and Legal awareness have an important role to play in the establishment of law-abiding society, protecting the rule of law and democracy as a whole. The gap between the "law in books" and the "law in reality" is widening.
Charles Wood, the President of the Board of Control of the East India Company, had an important effect on spreading education in India when in 1854 he sent a despatch to Lord Dalhousie, the then Governor-General of India explicitly stated “that it would be advisable to establish in connection with the Universities, Professorships in various branches of learning” and added that “the most important of those branches was law.” Unlike other forms of professional education such as medicine and engineering, legal education is both professional as well as liberal. Legal studies are multi-disciplinary in character.
Lawfulness and legitimacy, in turn, are essential if the law enforcement machineries are to achieve their goals of reducing crime and disorder, enhancing the quality of neighbourhood life, and serving community needs.
Looking to the huge importance of legal education and research especially to meet with the objectives of Sardar Patel University of Police, Security and Criminal Justice (SPUP) the Department of Law has been established.
=> Master of Law( LL.M.)
=> Master Of Arts (M.A.) Criminal Law.
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