Academic Activity

student Academic Activity

Lloyd Law College is a learning-centric academic community committed to excellent legal education. The College create intellectually stimulating environment that helps students develop their writing, argumentation, and counselling skills; and think broadly and critically about legal problem-solution. Towards this objective we constantly organises workshops, conferences, seminars, lecture-series, and other academic activities.

Lloyd has always aspired to excel in academics and has worked towards its goal to produce young lawyers who possess the intellectual genius and are morally conscious and socially responsible to ensure the rule of law. The college has achieved this goal by getting a fine balance between classroom learning and practical expertise.

To break away from the conventional classroom teaching, students are motivated into self learning through presentations, research, case studies, other simulation exercises. With a rich library at college, we stress upon reading and research and lead classroom teaching with discussions on judgments of various courts, social issues, latest developments, so that the students may comprehend law in an objective manner. Regular visits to state's legal machinery, like the Delhi High Court, the police stations and the jails are organized for the same reason. Our teaching pedagogy includes:

Classroom Teaching

The college emphasizes on quality classroom teaching which develops legal understanding and makes students aware of their social responsibility. The college creates an academic environment where with the help of teachers there is a regular system of updating knowledge on current social, economic, political issues of legal relevance in purely transparent and accountable set up. The classrooms at Lloyd are spacious and acoustically designed. Each classroom is air-conditioned and equipped with display boards and modern audio-visual aids, suitable for technology based learning. Every single student is a focus of bilateral process of understanding and growth in the galaxy of thoughts and reasons.

Moot Court and Mock Trials

Moot Court activities are a thrust area of the Lloyd. The College strives to integrate the theory and practice of Law in the campus through regular moot court competitions and mock trials of cases. Lloyd's Mooter's Society has been constituted consisting of faculty members and senior students who conduct regular mooting sessions within the college and train teams for inter college and national moot court competitions.

Seminar and Conferences

The college endeavors to organize a national seminar every year on inter-disciplinary socio-legal issues.

The planning and preparation of a seminar/conference by the faculty members and students creates an environment of intellectual growth. This is an in-house and supportive program which provides students an opportunity to interact with, listen to, raise queries, be inspired by the visiting legal dignitaries, luminaries, academics and members.

Professional and Personality Development Classes

The college holds monthly in-house Personality Development and Professional Development Clinics. These motivate the students in exploring, questioning and refining their innate strengths, both, professionally and personally. The development of these skill based programs is to equip the students with the practice of professional know-how. Lloyd provides a platform to its students to exhibit these skills through debates, group discussions, inter/intra competitions, etc.

Negotiation Training Session

A Negotiation Training Session was organized by Lloyd Law College on 25th November 2017 for the students of B.A. LL. B. VII Semester. The Resource Person was Prof. (Dr.) Marian Pinheiro, Retd. Dean, Govt. Law College, Panjim, Goa.

After comprehensive training, the students were assigned two cases and they were asked to prepare and present a mock negotiation session. The mock presentation was judged by two of the faculty members of the college. It was concluded by the Resource Person by providing the participants his feedback and assessment of their presentations.

Academic visits are regularly scheduled and are spread over the academic year. The visits to the Supreme Court, Parliament, Delhi High Court, jails and police stations help the student's to develop an acquaintance with the legal proceedings in the system.

The plan for the visits is as follows:-

  • The Supreme Court of India- Annually in the month of April/May.
  • Delhi High Court- Annually in the month of April.
  • The Parliament of India- Annually between February and September (as per the permission of the same).
  • Tribunal Visits - Annually in the month of April.
  • Lok-Adalat - Annually in the month of August & September.
  • Legal Aid Clinic- Annually in the month of October.
  • District Jail & Central Prison (Tihar Jail)- Annually in the month of March.
  • Police Station - Biennial in the month of February & November.
  • International Academic Conference and Seminar(as per the scheduled date, venue and organizations).