National Law Institute of India
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Invitation Letter


This website titled is the official website of the Nationals Law Institute of India established in the year 1988 and inaugurated by the then Union Law Minister Shri Bindeshwari Dubey on the auspicious occasion of the United Nations International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking on 26 June 1988. 

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Union Law Minister Shri Bindeshwari Dubey (extreme right)
 inaugurating the National Law Institute of India (NLII)
 on 26 June 1988 in the presence of Dr. Dharni P. Sinha
and Dr. Purnendu Narayan Sinha. 

After researching for more than 30 years, the National Law Institute of India (NLII) has designed and launched the following Certificate level courses for the benefit of all those interested in acquiring expert knowledge of juridical science :


1. Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution
2. Certificate in Medication
3. Certificate in Negotiation
4. Certificate in Conflict Resolution
5. Certificate in International Law
6. Certificate in Criminology
7. Certificate in Forensic Science
8. Certificate in Intellectual Property Rights
9. Certificate in Anti-Terror Laws
10. Certificate in Trafficking Abatement

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Duration : Three Months

Eligibility : No Minimum Educational Qualification has been led down. All those interested in acquiring expert knowledge for promoting legal awareness are eligible to apply.

Fee : Rs. 3500 or US$ 85 only to be paid on account of admission, registration and evaluation fee.

This amount is to be transferred to our Bank Account having the following details :

Name of the Account : National Law Institute of India
Bank Name : Indian Bank, Saket Branch, New Delhi, India
Account Number : 6007492752
IFS Code : IDIB000S097

Step by step method of learning at the National Law Institute of India:

1. Get the Admission Form downloaded and complete the same

2. Email the filled-up Admission Form

3. Pay the Admission Fee by Cheque / Draft / Electronic Transfer

4. Receive the Roll Number and Study Materials

5. Go through the e-book carefully

6. Complete the assignments and send the same to the Institute by Email / Post

7. Submit the Project Report based on your experience and knowledge acquired regarding any topic relevant to the admitted student.

8. Wait for the announcement of results.

9. Receive the Certificate (Online)

In case of any clarification, contact the Facilitation Officer, National Law Institute of India, A 14-15-16, Paryavaran Complex, New Delhi 110030, India by post or by
Email : [email protected]

For any clarification, contact may be made through telephone by calling on 011-29533801, 011-29533830, 011-29535053.

24-Hours Helpline : 9999833886

All those interested in getting admitted to one of the Certificate level courses are here by advised to fill-up the Admission Form given below and send the same on the above mentioned address by email or by post along with payment of Rs. 3500 by cheque / draft / RTGS etc.

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The National Law Institute of India observed its Silver Jubilee during the year 2013 and declared that the following publications have been brought out during the last 25 years since its inception with a view to strengthening the cause of juridical education :


1.      Jurisprudence

2.      Indian Legal and Constitutional History

3.      PIL Legal Aid and Paralegal Services

4.      Right to Information

5.      Constitutional Law

6.      Administrative Law

7.      Law of Torts

8.      Labour Laws

9.      Banking Laws

10. IPR Laws

11. Environmental Laws

12. Hindu Laws

13. Muslim Laws

14. Company Laws

15. Women and Child Laws

16. Human Rights Laws

17. Arbitration and Conciliation

18. Criminology and Penology

19. International Commercial Arbitration

20. Alternative Dispute Resolution

21. Case Studies in Arbitration and Mediation

22. Source of International Law

23. Public International Law

24. Supranational Law

25. International Humanitarian Law

26. Introduction to Arbitration

27. Types of Arbitration

28. Mediation and Conciliation

29. Ethics in Arbitration and Mediation

30. Arbitration Awards

31. Case Studies in Dispute Resolutions

32. Theories of Conflict Resolution

33. Models of Conflict Management

34. Organisational and Interpersonnel Conflicts

35. Counselling and Dispute Resolution

36. Principles and Practices of Mediation

37. Ethics and Conflict Resolution

38. Case Studies in Conflict Resolution

39. Theories and Approaches to Negotiations

40. Styles of Negotiations

41. Positive and Negative Aspects of Negotiations

42. Barriers to Negotiations

43. Emotion and Negotiation

44. Principles and Practices of Bargaining

45. Negotiations in Business and Government

46. Case Studies in Negotiations

47. Forensic Science Disciplines

48. Forensic Psychology

49. Forensic Services

50. Forensic Technologies

51. Forensic Science Education and Research

52. Forensic Toxicology, Pharmacist and Nursing

53. Computer Forensics Information

54. Crime and Criminology

55. Criminal Intelligence and Combat Mechanism

56. Crime in India

57. Crime Against Women

58. Crime and Corruption

59. Criminal Law and Justice

60. Crime Prevention

61. Global Terrorism

62. IPR and its General Regime

63. Patent System, Law and Policy

64. Copyright and Neighbouring Rights Law

65. Trademark System, Law and Policy

66. Industrial Designs and Geo-indications

67. IPR Protection : Global and Local Scenario


69. IPR, Innovations, Science and Technology

70. IPR and other related Issues

71. UN Guidelines on Terrorism

72. UN Conventions on Terrorism

73. Regional Conventions on Terrorism

74. Anti-Terror Laws in Asian Countries

75. Anti-Terror Laws in USA and Canada

76. Anti-Terror Laws in European Countries

77. Anti-Terror Laws in Pacific Countries

78. Anti-Terror Laws in African Countries

79. Laws relating to Hospitality Industry

80. Legal Ethics

81. Legal Aspects of Fire Accidents

82. Legislation on Industrial Safety and Health

83. Introduction to Trafficking

84. Trafficking in Human Beings

85. Drug Addiction and Drug Abuse

86. Illegal Drug Trade

87. Drug Trafficking and Human Rights

88. Global Impacts of Trafficking

89. Global Terrorism

90. Funding of Terrorists Activities

91. Political Ethics and Trafficking Abatement

92. Violent and Serial Crimes

93. Psychology and Policing

94. Rehabilitation of Offenders

95. Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety

96. Drug Regulations and Schedule

97. Ethics in Clinical Research

98. Social Security for the Aged

99. Introduction to Valuation Science

100.         Quantitative and Economic Principles of Valuation

101.         Approaches and Models to Valuation

102.         Appraisal Methodologies

103.         Business Valuation

104.         Real Estate Management and Valuation

105.         Plant and Missionary Valuation

106.         Town and Country Planning Legislation

107.         Safety and Security in Urban Areas

108.         Police Reforms

109.         Police Research

110.         Effective Policing


All those interested in acquiring these publications may contact : 

The Chairman
National Law Institute of India
A 15, Paryavaran Complex
New Delhi 110030
Tel. : +91-11-29533801, +91-11-29533830
Email : [email protected]
Website :

Those interested in starting a University or a College or an Institution related to Laws and related Juridical Sciences may also contact us for establishing these organisations in India or in any country of the world.

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