LIBRARY

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About Our Library

The Lloyd Law Library is the hub of legal research at the Lloyd Law College. The primary mission of the Lloyd Law Library is to provide the faculty, students, and staff with the information and library services necessary to support the instructional, research and service activities of the law school.

 

The education of law requires developing an interest in reading. A student of law should drive to learn and develop with the support of our library books by reading issues of social importance, biographies, world history and classic and modern fiction. To inculcate habit of reading, Lloyd Law College manages and maintains one of the largest libraries of the National Capital Region. The library provides the appropriate ambience of about 20428 volumes running into 1807 titles of books that are suitable for reading and research.It also provides personalized short and long range of reference facilities to the registered students. Our students, alumni, faculty and staff may check out and return books and other library items, including headphones, book stands, laptops and Photocopy etc. The main features of the law library include collections of multiple authors (both National and International) on all subjects, latest and complete set of All India Reporter along with twelve other International, National and State Reports; journals, magazines and updates of annual; quarterly, monthly, fortnightly and weekly nature. A chat facility is offered during Reference Desk hours, and is available to our currently enrolled students, faculty and staff.

our library consist of four special areas which provide multimedia room, reading room, photocopy and scanning room; and E-resource room which is located on the second floor. The multimedia room has two machines for viewing DVDs or VHS format videos and two iMac computers for multimedia works. Our Reading room with rich collection of books provide the students, faculty and staff access to a large reference collections and materials which are restricted to the premises. The photocopy and scanning helps to make book chapter and journal articles more easily accessible for our students and teachers. E-resource room are free to access computer with internet and Microsoft office suite. We Lloyd law library would glad to tell you about the alliance with @ICRC and it have already stimulated IHL training and research in the Institute.

 

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E-resources

E-resources have been recognized as one of the imperatives for quality legal education and practice. The twenty first century legal research, legal writing, legal drafting, and all other legal professional pursuits relay on authentic e-resources. To enhance the learning and research

experience of student and faculty alike, Lloyd Law College has subscription of internationally acclaimed legal and other science and humanities databases. These data base are easily accessible to the registered student log-in ID, within the campus. The college currently has subscription to Hein Online, SCC Online, JSTOR, LexisNexis, etc.

HEIN ONLINE

Hein Online is a source for traditional legal materials such as reported cases, Constitutions, international treaties, statutes, government regulations, law reviews, law journals, magazines etc. it also provide access to treatises; historical, governmental, and political documents; legislative debates; legislative and executive branch reports; reports and other documents of international organizations. The database includes more than 100 million pages of materials online, in fully searchable, image-based format. All materials on Hein Online are available as searchable and downloadable PDFs of the original and complete documents and the materials appear exactly as they did in the original publication.

SCC ONLINE

SCC Online, a Indian legal database, has vast collection of legal material. The database has a special focus on Indian resources as well as other countries… these database include the judicial decisions of Supreme Court of India (1969 onwards), Privy Council (1872-1949), High Courts in India, tribunals & commissions. All domestic statutes including central and state legislations, rules, circulars, notifications, instructions, regulations etc., are also available in SCC online. Secondary materials like Constituent Assembly Debates; reports of Commissions and Committees including Law Commission of India and Bilateral Treaties. SCC Online also covers legal article from the leading journals such as Supreme Court Case (SCC), NUJS Law review, Asian Journal of AIR and Space Law, The Law Weekly, GNLU Journal of Law, Development and Politics, GNLU Law Review, Developing World Review on Trade & Competition, Singapore Academy of Law Journal, Singapore Academy of Law Annual Review, Dhaka University Law Journal New and National Law School of India Review. SCC Online also covers international materials including law decisions & judgments of Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, Bangladesh, South Africa and West Africa, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Botswana, United Kingdom, Supreme Court judgments of United States & Canada, judgments of WIPO (Domain Name Decisions) from 2002 onwards, Human Rights Treaties and Conventions.

LEXIS NEXIS ACADEMIC

LexisNexis Academic is one of the most extensive research tools available to college faculty and students. It allows access to legal, news and business research resources. Legal research sources have both primary and secondary and comprises of Federal court decisions- including U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Appellate Courts and U.S. District Courts from their inception plus specialty courts such as U.S. Bankruptcy and U.S. Tax Courts. Federal laws from 1988; Federal regulations, including Federal Register, Code of Federal Regulations, U.S. Attorneys General opinions and federal acquisition regulations and supplements; State court decisions for all 50 states and territories. The news resources include, both current and archives, of More than 3,000 newspapers,2,000 plus magazines, journals and newsletters, such as Newsweek, Variety, broadcast transcripts from ABC News, CBS News, NBC News, CNN and other major news channels internationally. It also provides access to wire services including The Associated Press, Business Wire and PR Newswire and Blogs and video blogs. The Business research sources include resource such as Accountancy Age, Advertising Age and Financial authorities such as Standard and Poor’s Corporate Descriptions, Hoover’s Company Reports, plus international company and stock reports, etc.

DELNET

It was started at the India International Center Library in January 1988 and was registered as a society in 1992. Its main aim is to collect, store and disseminate information besides offering computerized services to users, to coordinate efforts for suitable collection development and also to reduce unnecessary duplication wherever possible.

HOW TO ACCESS?

• Campus wide unlimited access through Captive Portal via Wi-Fi.

• SCC Online : Registration required to access SCC Online, select Login Type "IP Registered User" and login your email-ID* and click on Sign In.

• Hein Online: You can also access Hein Online through SCC Online.

• LexisNexis: Open link through URL.

BOOK BANK

The Library provides one of the largest book bank facilities in the country.This facility is in addition to the regular library issue of books on students’ library cards. Lloyd law library have great prospect to use book bank facility to our students.

 

Students of the BA.LLB - Semester I, III, V, VII and IX Academic Session 2018-19 are directed to take use of the following Library Facilities made available to them are:

• Library Books Bank Facility;

• Library Books Issue Facility;

• Library Reprographic Facility;

• Library Reading Room Facility.

All the above facilities are introduced for all the students of BA.LL.B Program from Semester I to X during the student life in the law college. Students abide to follow the rules and regulations. Following books will be issued to the students as per their Semester:

List of Book-Bank for B.A.LL.B Programme :

For Semester 1st                                                                                                        

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

 Kumar Sanjay

Communication Skills

Oxford

2.

T.K. Oomen / Shanker  Rao

Sociology

S.Chand

3.

A.C. Kapoor

Political Science

S.Chand

4.

K.C. Gopalakrishnan

Economics

EBC

5.

S.H.V. Murthy

 

EBC

 

For Semester 2nd

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

Anirudh Prasad

Legal Language & Legal Writing

CLP

2.

T.K. Oomen / Shanker  Rao

Sociology

S.Chand

3.

Mahendra  Kumar

Political Science

Shivalal Agarwala

4.

Datt  & Sundaram

Economics

S.Chand

5.

 R.K.Bangia

Law of Tort

ALA

 

Take-Away for 1st year

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

William Glanville

Learning the Law

Sweet & Maxwell

2.

Nani Palkhivala

We the People

UBSPD

3.

 P.M. Bakshi

Constitution

EBC

 

For Semester 3rd

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

Sanjay Kumar

Communication Skills

Oxford

2.

M.P. Sharma

Public Administration

Sahitya Bhawan

3.

Avtar Singh

Law of Contract-I

EBC

4.

V.D.Kulshreshta

Constitutional History

EBC

5.

M.G.Divan

Facets of Media Law I

EBC

 

For Semester 4th

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

G. Austin

Constitution

Oxford

2.

Manoj Kumar Sinha

Human Rights

Lexis Nexis

3.

B.L.Grover

Modern Indian History

S.Chand

4.

S.C. Tripathi

Legal Language & Legal Writing

CLP

5.

M.G.Divan

Facets of Media Law I

EBC

 

Take-Away for 2nd year

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

William  Glanville

Learning the Law

Sweet & Maxwell

 

For Semester 5th

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

V.D.Mahajan

Jurisprudence

EBC

2.

Anirudh Wadhwa

The Indian Contract Act (Mulla’s)

Lexis Nexis

3.

V.N.Shukla

Constitution of India

EBC

4.

B.M.Gandhi

Hindu Law

ALA

5.

K.D.Gaur

Indian Penal Code

Universal

 

For Semester 6th

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

M.N.Shaw

International Law

Cabridge

2.

Shyam Divan

Environmental Law

Lexis Nexis

3.

V.N.Shukla

Constitution of India

EBC

4.

Syed Khalid Rashid

Muslim Law

EBC

5.

R.K.Sinha

Transfer of Property Act

CLA

Take-Away for 3rd year

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

William Glanville

Learning the Law

Sweet & Maxwell

 

For Semester 7th

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

N.V.Pranjape

Company Law

CLA

2.

S.N.Mishra

Labour and Industrial Laws

CLP

3.

A.Singh

Intro. to Interpretation of Statues

Lexis-Nexis

4.

K.S.N.Murthy

Modern Insurance Law in India

Lexis-Nexis

5.

Yashomati Ghosh

Legal Ethics & Profession

Lexis-Nexis

For Semester 8th

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

I.P.Massey

Administrative Law

EBC

2.

N.V.Pranjape

Arbitration

CLA

3.

P.C.Mogha

Law of Pleadings

ELH

4.

A Singh.

Banking Law

ALA

5.

P.Narayanan

Intellectual Property

ELH

Take-Away for 4th year

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

William  Glanville

Learning the Law

Sweet & Maxwell

For Semester 9th

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

M.Monir

Law of Evidence

Universal

2.

R.V.Kelkar

Criminal Procedure

EBC

3.

C.K.Takwani

Code of Civil Procedure

EBC

4.

A.Chakravarty

Law of Consumer Protection

Lexis Nexis

5.

Singh Avtar

Competition Law

EBC

For Semester 10th

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

R.R.Maurya

UP Land Laws

CLP

2.

S.P.Verma

Indian Judicial System

Kanishka

3.

Kailash  Rai

Taxation Laws

ALA

4.

Jyoti Rattan

Cyber Laws

Bharat Law

Take-Away for 5th year

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

William  Glanville

Learning the Law

Sweet & Maxwell

List of Book-Bank for LL.B course:

For Semester 1st

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

N.K.Jayakumar

Lectures in Jurisprudence

Lexis Nexis

2.

D.D.Basu

Constitutional Law of India

EBC

3.

R.K.Bangia

Law of Tort

ALA

4.

S.N.Mishra

Indian Penal Code

CLP

5.

Avtar  Singh

Contract and Specific Relief

EBC

For Semester 2nd

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

N.K.Jayakumar

Lectures in Jurisprudence

Lexis Nexis

2.

D.D.Basu

Constitutional Law of India

EBC

3.

B.M.Gandhi

Hindu Law

EBC

4.

Avtar Singh

Contract and Specific Relief

EBC

5.

Kailash Rai/ V.D.Kulsreshta

Law of Taxation/ Indian Legal and Constitutional History (Optional Subject)

ALA/EBC

Take-Away for 1st year

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

William  Glanville

Learning the Law

Sweet & Maxwell

For Semester 3rd

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

Syed Khalid Rashid

Muslim Law

EBC

2.

M.N.Shaw

International Law

Cambridge

3.

I.P.Massey

Administrative Law

EBC

4.

R.K.Sinha

The Transfer of Property Act

CLA

5.

Yashomati Ghosh

Professional Ethics

Lexis Nexis

For Semester 4th

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

N.V.Paranjape

Company Law

CLA

2.

S.N Mishra.

Labour and Industrial Law

CLP

3.

 R.K.Bangia

Banking Law

ALA

4.

N.V.Paranjape

Arbitration

CLA

5.

P.Leelakrishnan

Environmental Law

Lexis Nexis

Take-Away for 2nd year

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

Glanville, William

Learning the Law

Sweet & Maxwell

For Semester 5th

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

C.K.Takwani

Civil Procedure

EBC

2.

R.V.Kelkar

Criminal Procedure

EBC

3.

M.Monir

Law of Evidence

Universal

4.

R.R.Maurya

UP Land Laws

CLP

5.

G.C.Mogha

Law of Pleadings in India

ELH

Take-Away for 3rd year

S.No.

Author

Title

Pub.

1.

William Glanville

Learning the Law

Sweet & Maxwell

 

BOOK BANK RULES & REGULATIONS:

1. Students will be issue a set of five text books through Book Bank facility.

2. Book Bank distribution is “first in, first out” as per schedule announced before the commencement of the semester classes at the law library.

3. All students must return the entire set of books within a week of completion of their respective end semester university examination.

4. The students, time of issue books should be checked by the student for missing pages or any damages. The student will be held responsible for any damage / missing pages/post issue.

5. Student, who have lost / damaged / disfigured their books in any manner, must replace the volume(s) with new books (or pay the current cost of the book plus fine) as applicable.

6. Book Bank facility is available only for those students who have:

• Paid their current/pending at least a working day prior of the distribution of books.

• Returned their last semester book bank completely in case of lost / damaged / disfigured their books.

• Students must carry their valid identity card/ current fee receipt.

 

EXTERNAL LIBRARY ACCESS

British Council Library

The facilities provided to the members of this council have access to books from the general collection of CDs, DVDs, magazines and newspapers.

 

It also provide unlimited online access to 120,000 academic eBooks ; 4,000 international newspapers and magazines; 65 contemporary UK magazines; 5,000 award-winning independent movies ; 350,000 English literature titles (poetry, prose, drama and literary critiques); 40,000 online learning modules (videos and presentations); 16,000 digital graphic novels and comic books and 1,000 audio books.

American Center Library

The Facilities provided to the members to access e-library, Reading Room with over 120 print journals; Online Databases; Free Internet Access /Wi-Fi Access in the library premises; Reference and Information Service by professional staff via telephone, e-mail, fax and letters in person; Borrowing and reserving book over phone/email/online. There is a Provision of group/individual orientation to library resources and Access to U.S. Federal Government and Congressional Information. It also provide to Reference and Information Service by professional staff via telephone, e-mail, fax, letter and in person.

National Digital Library

This library provides a single-window platform for all the educational needs. It will have 1, 70, 00,000 books in 200 languages. Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India initiated this move aiming at educating Indian masses through information and Technology. It also provides E-Books and databases for the members of this library.

Indian Society of International Law (ISIL) Library

This library provides legal background research and contributing to the Customary International Humanitarian Law Study, and writing reports on issues relating to humanitarian law, human rights law, international law, domestic legislation and other matters, as required Providing academic, administrative and logistical support for ICRC activities linked to IHL promotion.

Indian Law Institute (ILI) Library

We are also affiliated to the library our students can access all the legal background research are provide by this library. It also provide book related to to humanitarian law, human rights law, international law, domestic legislation and other matters, as required Providing academic, administrative and logistical support for ICRC activities linked to IHL promotion.

LIBRARY PEOPLE

Our library staff

1. S.D. Nautiyal

Designation: Librarian

Qualification: M.Lib. I. Sc.

Email: sd.nautiyal@lloydlawcollege.edu.in

 

2. Bhanu Priya

Designation: Assistant Librarian

Qualification: M.Lib. I. Sc.

Email: bhanu.priya@lloydlawcollege.edu.in

3. Sanjay Kumar

Designation: Assistant Librarian

Qualification: B.Lib. I. Sc.

Email: sanjay.kumar@lloydlawcollege.edu.in

4. Sujan Haldar

Designation: Library Attendant

Qualification: B.A.

Email: sujanhaldar9821324942@gmail.com

LIBRARY HOURS

Our library is open 7days in a week and closed only on special holidays.

Monday to sunday: 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Reading room opens on all days between 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.