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Lloyd Law College is a premier educational institution offering legal education since year 2003 in affiliation with CCS University, Meerut, U.P. (state university established in 1965), and approved by the Bar Council of India (Statutory body for professional legal education in India).

The College greatly benefits from the mentorship and patronage of Padma Shri Prof. (Dr.) N.R. Madhava Menon, "The living legend of Law" and the flag bearer of legal education reforms in India. Prof. Menon is a visionary of legal education who is also the designer and architect of the five-year integrated B.A.LL.B. Programme in India and the Founder of the premier legal institutions of the country including the National Law School of India University, Bangalore and the National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata. Prof. Menon’s relentless efforts in revamping and modernizing the legal education of the country has successfully brought Indian legal education at par with the legal institutions in the developed countries.

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Lloyd Law College is strengthened by knowledgeable, experienced and enthusiastic faculty specialised in diverse disciplines of law to promote excellence in learning. Dedicated faculties specialised in Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, Criminal Law, Corporate Law, Intellectual property Laws, International Law, Environmental Law, etc. and pre-law faculties for subjects like Economics, History, Sociology, English, etc nurture the students and imbibe them with a thirst for knowledge rooted in the values of integrity and professionalism. We are proud of our friendly and supportive community consisting of academics, students and staff. Our campus provides a ragging free conducive environment and we immensely focus on making our students a diverse group of socially conscious law graduates, rooted in the concepts of justice and equity.