The School of Law at SaiU focuses on three critical transitions – technological advances and their impact on law and policy; the new regulatory State and its impact on citizen rights and sectoral growth; and advanced dispute resolution strategies in a post-pandemic world. Our unique pedagogic approach leverages a hybrid model of teaching, where the world’s best academics and practitioners work with core and residential faculty, to design and deliver cutting edge legal education.
Presently, the School of Law runs two post-graduate programs: The LL.M. in Regulatory Studies, and Daksha Fellowship. The One-Year LL.M. Programme in Regulatory Studies is designed to create academic leaders for the 21st century who can effectively respond to changes taking place in the legal field. The programme is designed keeping in mind that most of the law schools in India do not offer courses on regulation be it in the undergraduate or postgraduate level. Thus, the programme consists of foundational, specialisation and optional courses to give a thorough exposure to regulatory law. Students are expected to write a dissertation on a topic in regulatory studies to complete the requirements of the degree. Academic leaders in the current day and age are expected to set the agenda and mould the branch in which they specialise. A leader has to be an efficient teacher and researcher, and be able to contribute to policy making through her writings and active participation in policy discussions. The pedagogy and curriculum at Sai University is aimed at helping a student embark on a stellar academic career in law and regulation.