School of Law

“Jnaanaarthe Pravesha, Sevaarthe Prasthana” is an Upanishad sermon that means enter an institution with the sole purpose of securing knowledge and exit only to serve the society.

Overview

“Jnaanaarthe Pravesha, Sevaarthe Prasthana” is an Upanishad sermon that means enter an institution with the sole purpose of securing knowledge and exit only to serve the society. The School of Law, Mahindra University, commenced in September 2021, is a new temple of law learning in Hyderabad, founded on the philosophy of securing justice, equality and service to all sections of society. With the ever-changing needs of society, the importance of the discipline of law is developing and gaining focus and influencing the thought process of society for its healthy growth. The school of law provides both the pupil and people a platform where they gain the ability to understand the purpose of law and participate in evolving, just and civilized society. The rule of law, referred to as Raja Dharma in ancient texts, if understood and practiced properly, one can build pillars of peace, harmony and prosperity for a strong nation.

Mahindra University is a pioneer in its innovative educational systems, transforming teaching and learning to develop trained law professionals engaged in positive progress. School of Law aiming to make a difference to the legal profession and practice by providing a diverse and flexible curriculum and pedagogy, touching on several aspects of domestic and international law appraising the students of the latest trends in academia and practice. To make learning a pleasant process, the School of law supports the students with a well-equipped library with an excellent collection of titles, online, offline databases and other required resources. The innovative curriculum provides an intellectual foundation, in theory, conceptual evolution and skills in practices to empower a new generation of lawyers with social commitment. The law students get a chance to learn analytical legal reasoning, critical thinking and analysis, drafting and court craft as part of skill development. The Students can participate in moot court courses and regular exercises besides participating in legal aid clinics, legal research and writing activities. Finally, the students will gain the needed skills to apply classroom understanding to real-life socio-legal challenges. The clinical courses, research projects, workshops and internships are some other methods available for learning. The energetic faculty of the school of law will conduct conferences, special lectures, and discussions, inviting legal luminaries, judges, lawyers, and international legal experts to impart a continuous experience-based understanding of global regulatory regimes. The undergraduate Five-year integrated Law program is designed with an appropriate curriculum using relevant pedagogy, adding electives and specialized courses reflecting new regulatory regimes, value add audit courses and other credit courses besides mandatory courses prescribed by the BCI. Very soon, the School of Law will soon come up with a three-year law degree program for graduates. It will also open up research avenues to scholars by introducing a Ph.D. program in law and related subjects with a focus on an interdisciplinary approach.

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Faculty

The faculty is a mix of accomplished Indian and International academicians, all Ph.D. holders with a high degree of emphasis on research.


  • Dr. Sridhar Acharyulu
    Dr. Sridhar Acharyulu

    Professor & Dean
    School of Law

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  • Dr. Manjula Mallepalli
    Dr. Manjula Mallepalli


    School of Law

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  • Dr. Vegitha Reddy
    Dr. Vegitha Reddy

    Assistant Professor
    School of Law

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  • Dr. Shivdasini S Amin
    Dr. Shivdasini S Amin

    Associate Professor
    Department of School of Law

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  • Dr. Nisha Mary Mathew
    Dr. Nisha Mary Mathew

    Associate Professor
    School of Law

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  • Dr. Vivek Sehrawat
    Dr. Vivek Sehrawat

    Associate Professor
    School of Law

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  • Dr. Shreeja Ganta
    Dr. Shreeja Ganta

    Assistant Professor
    Department of Humanities and Social Sciences

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  • Dr. Mandeep Kaur
    Dr. Mandeep Kaur

    Assistant Professor
    School of Law

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  • Dr. Samyukta Bhupatiraju
    Dr. Samyukta Bhupatiraju

    Assistant Professor
    School of Law

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  • Dr. Vinay Sharma
    Dr. Vinay Sharma

    Assistant Professor
    School of Law

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  • Dr. Paromita Das Gupta
    Dr. Paromita Das Gupta

    Assistant Professor
    School of Law

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  • Dr. Anindita Chakrabarty
    Dr. Anindita Chakrabarty

    Assistant Professor
    School of Law

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  • Dr. Sehar Khwaja
    Dr. Sehar Khwaja

    Assistant Professor
    School of Law

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  • Shruti Kakkar
    Shruti Kakkar

    Assistant Professor
    School of Law

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  • Rishi Raj Bhardwaj
    Rishi Raj Bhardwaj

    Assistant Professor
    School of Law

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  • Alok Verma
    Alok Verma

    Assistant Professor
    School of Law

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  • Vivek N.D
    Vivek N.D

    Assistant Professor
    School of Law

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  • Mona Pattanaik
    Mona Pattanaik

    Assistant Professor
    School of Law

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  • Aparna Singh
    Aparna Singh

    Assistant Professor
    School of Law

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  • Tatheer Fatima
    Tatheer Fatima

    Assistant Professor
    School of Law

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  • Ankesh Shreyansh
    Ankesh Shreyansh

    Assistant Professor
    School of Law

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  • Darshna Gupta
    Darshna Gupta

    Academic Associate
    School of Law

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