Whether you are a law student, litigator, judge, or academician, knowledge of the theory of law is very important as it gives a basis to all your opinions, beliefs, and ideas. Thus, Jurisprudence is part of the syllabus of almost all law schools and post-graduate competitive exams.
Most students find it difficult to study, but if you know the right strategy and approach, acing a Jurisprudence Exam can be a cakewalk!
This revision course will give you a detailed understanding of the subject, thereby making you well equipped for college/university and competitive exams.
Topics of the Jurisprudence Revision Course
Strategy, Tips, and Tricks to study Jurisprudence
General introduction to Jurisprudence
Overview of the subject (meaning, nature, scope)
Purpose & relevance
Schools of Jurisprudence
Analytical School & Historical School
Sociological & Realist School
‘Natural Law’ School
Concept of Law & its Kinds
Sources of Law: Custom, Legislation, Judicial Precedents
Concept of Legal Personality
Administration of Justice
Legal Rights & Duties
Concept of Possession & Ownership
Consolidated discussion of theories of various jurists
Answer writing, discussion, and queries
Take-aways from the Course
Detailed and in-depth understanding of theories, concepts, and schools of Jurisprudence
Strategy and approach to study Jurisprudence for law school exams
Comprehensive guidance on how to attempt answers in the examination.