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  1. Lloyd Law College Affiliation with CCS University, Meerut, U.P. Approved by the Bar Council of India (Statutory body for professional legal education in India).

  2. President Mr. Thairani is a Chartered Accountant with a diverse and extensive experience of over 25 years in the fields of Business and Management. An industry professional, who was equally passionate about advancing the cause of education, saw a gap in the current education system for an institute that could engender industry ready professionals. He launched the Lloyd Group with a focus on embodying management principles, practices and politesse in the curriculum to ensure that a graduating student had the confidence to face the dynamic and demanding Indianindustry.

  3. OUR VISION The essence of true education is not only to facilitate the students with tools to attain success in our-people but also to engrain values in them. We at Lloyd drudge to incorporate the principles of modesty, compassion coupled with idea to effectuate innovation, growth and excellence. The Law College has successfully endured to provide itself niche in the field of quality legal education in India, I welcome you all to the unique experience that Lloyd Law College proposes to offer to all its students. We at Lloyd drudge to incorporate the principles of modesty, compassion coupled with idea to effectuate innovation, growth and excellence. Law happens to be one of the most important facets of a civilized society. A student taking up law as a profession, takes upon himself a huge responsibility towards the society and its citizens as “law” is much more than a profession. We at Lloyd groom the students so that they realize this duty towards and turn it into a reality.

  4. ABOUT • Lloyd Law College is located at Knowledge Park – II, Greater Noida. A quiet lively and lush green campus spread over 10 acres. • Lloyd Law College is a premier educational institution offering legal education since year 2003 in • affiliation with CCS University, Meerut, U.P. and approved by the Bar Council of India.

  5. Guided by Legal Luminaries • Padma Shri Prof. (Dr.) N.R. Madhava Menon, "The living legend of Law" and the flag bearer of legal education reforms in India. • A visionary of legal educationist who is also the designer and architect of the five-year integrated B.A.LL.B. • Founder of National Law School of India University, Bangalore  and the National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata.

  6. COURSE OFFERINGS • BA.LLB • Online Learning • LLB. • The college offers integrated BA.LLB. Degree course which is a neoteric approach for a legal education. • This integrated course, covers two academic areas under one academic program. The course comprises of arts and law related subjects. • The LLB, or Bachelor of Laws, offered by the college, is the professional law degree course. • LL.B. has the duration of 3-years and covers the course curriculum of law subjects. • The course covers both theoretical and practical aspects of law and the course is interlaced with assignments. BALLB- : LLB -

  7. CERTIFICATE COURSES • College offers the following certificate courses : • Criminology and Penology • Forensic Sciences • Law and Practice       • Global Warming: Law and Practice • Investment and Banking Code • Merger and Acquisition • Global Constitutionalism • German (Language)

  8. Director • Prof. (Dr.) Mohd. Salim has been learning and teaching law since 2003. • Dr. Md. Salim completed his LL.B from Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh and his LL.M. from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. • He got his Ph.D awarded from Jamia Millia Islamia on the topic ‘Sanctions and the issue of induced compliance in WTO Dispute Settlement System’.

  9. Director (Research) Dr. Kameswari Goda Director (Research)Ph.D in Law; LLM in Criminal Law and Torts LLB in Law (from Osmania University in 1985); Dr. Kameswari Goda is currently Director (Research). Deputy Director Akhilesh Kumar Khan Deputy Director (Law) Head Pursuing Ph.D in M.A in History (Delhi University) B.A in History (Delhi University)

  10. INTELLECT MEMBERS • Dr. Kavitha Chalakkal, Assistant Director (Research),Ph.D in Public International Law , JNU • Prof. (Dr.) G Mallikarjun ,Professor,Ph.D. in Corporate Law (National Law School of India University) • Dr. Vikram Singh, Associate Professor (Law), Ph.D in Corporate Law (Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla) • Dr. Puja Goel, Associate Professor, PhD in the area of Financial Derivatives from School of Management Studies, Allahabad • Dr. Preeti Tewari,Associate Professor, Ph.D in English Literature

  11. GUEST FACULTY MEMBERS • Prof.(Dr.) S. Sivakumar • DR. LISA P. LUKOSE • MR. R. VENKATRAMANI is currently a member of Law Commission of India . He did B.Sc.(Physics), and LL.M. and his doctoral work is on 'Free Press, Journalists and Law'. He is therecipient of National Law Day Award , 2008 for his contribution in legal education reforms activities. Associate Professor, University School of Law and Legal Studies,GGSIPU, New Delhi  L.L.M., Ph.D. is a First Rank holder and Gold Medallist from University of Pune. Senior Advocate,  Supreme Court of India, has been on Senior Advocate’s panel for the Government of India in Supreme Court and appeared extensively in indirect tax cases.

  12. PROF. (DR.) KANWAL D.P. SINGH • Prof. (Dr.). MANJULA BATRA • DR. MANISH ARORA Senior Advocate,  Supreme Court of India, has been on Senior Advocate’s panel for the Government of India in Supreme Court and appeared extensively in indirect tax cases. is currently a member of Law Commission of India . He did B.Sc.(Physics), and LL.M. and his doctoral work is on 'Free Press, Journalists and Law'. He is therecipient of National Law Day Award , 2008 for his contribution in legal education reforms activities. Associate Professor, University School of Law and Legal Studies,GGSIPU, New Delhi  L.L.M., Ph.D. is a First Rank holder and Gold Medallist from University of Pune.

  13. Ranking & Accolades • Lloyd Law College offers a unique opportunity to study law with a nation-wide academic reputation. • Lloyd Law College was ranked 01 in Private colleges in North India • Lloyd Law College ranked 01 in Private colleges in North India Ranked best among the top 10 best law colleges of India • Annual Survey by India Today, Outlook, CSR and The Week - June 2018 and 2019.

  14. REVIEWS BY RENOWNED EDUCATION PORTALS College is intacted with a balance of academic and professional well known firms and advocates Best college for international exposure & placements College boasts a extremely skilled teaching faculty who have immense knowledge and experience in diverse subjects The perfect Quality Education and Best Infrastructure India today

  15. NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL LINKAGES FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE Lloyd Law College has MoU with NLSIU-B, RGNUL-P, ICSI, PENN LAW-U.S.A., SILF, MILAT, ELCOP, SAARCLAW, CLEA. Lloyd has membership of British Council, American Council, ILSA, ILI, ISIL, IIFT. • Penn State Law, Pennsylvania State University, USA • Exchange of students for academic excellence. • Exchange of faculty for research and publications. • Development of joint training programs.

  16. INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIONS Lloyd Law College Memorandum of Understanding with Faculty of Law, niversity of Colombo, Sri Lanka Lloyd Law College Memorandum of Understanding with Tribhuvan University, Nepal. Lloyd Law College Memorandum of Understanding with Empowerment through Law of the Common People (ELCOP), Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  17. NATIONAL COLLABORATIONS • Lloyd Law College Memorandum of Understanding with National Law School of India University, Bengaluru, Karnataka. The National Law School of India University (NLSIU) came into existence through a notification under the National Law School of India University Act (Karnataka Act 22 of 1986). • National Law School and Lloyd Law College MoU aims towards: • Student and Faculty exchanges. • Exchange of academic activities, research and publication. Lloyd Law College Memorandum of Understanding with Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala, Punjab Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL). RGNUL and Lloyd Law College MoU aims towards: Conduct mutually agreeable academic events, trainings, teaching and research. To offer full time, regular or optional courses to students.


  19. INFRASTRUCTURE Classrooms are ICT equipped,  have two moot court halls, e-innovation Garage, conference halls etc. Moot court is an extra-curricular activity in the college to integrate the theory and practice of Law. The students are trained to improve their analytical, research, oratory and writing skills which would support them to be successful in their careers.

  20. LIBRARY We have permanent free of cost Library book bank, Issue and take away systems. To enhance the learning and research experience of student and faculty alike The legal database :Heinonline & Scconline are available 24hr. In campus to all through password protected Wi-Fi and ERP system

  21. E-RESOURCES LIBRARY E-resources have been recognized as one of the imperatives for quality legal education and practice. The legal research, legal writing, legal drafting, and all other legal professional pursuits relay on authentic e-resources. • Other accessible libraries are as: • American Center Library • National Digital Library • Indian Society of International Law (ISIL) Library • Indian Law Institute (ILI) Library

  22. E-INNOVATION GARAGE The Campus is Wi-Fi (wireless friendly) enabled. To meet the growing challenge of internet usage and e-learning, the centre supports faculty and students in their research. The centre is competently equipped with latest software of All India Reporter, Supreme Court Case, delhi Law Times and 1000 Bare Acts.

  23. EXTRA CURRICULAR & CO-CURRICULA ACTIVITIES The centre is competently equipped with latest software of All India Reporter, Supreme Court Case, delhi Law Times and 1000 Bare Acts.

  24. ACTIVE MENTORING PROGRAM • Personality development cell, • Debate Society, • Moot Court Society, • Trial Advocacy Center, • Judicial Services Preparation Center, • Lloyd ADR Center, • Corporate Law Practice Center, • Constitutional Law Club, • Commonwealth Institute for Justice, Education and Research, Environmental Law Center, • Film & Drama Club, • Legal Aid Services Clinic, Public Interest Litigation Cell, Bank Frauds Legal aid Cell, • Forensic Science Law Center, • International Education Center

  25. SKILL DEVELOPMENT CENTER To organize and reconcile this imminent avenue, we have established the Skill Development Centre (SDC). Through SDC, we plan to empower our students with enhanced soft-skills and ensure that they be better prepared to face all the interviews and any other kinds of hurdles in future.

  26. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT CELL Lawyers interact with all kinds of persons and professionals to understand and provide probable solutions to all sorts of problems in the society Presentations are communication tools. To screen out barriers and obstructions of expression through training. To create and avail opportunities of skill enhancement To improve communicative proficiency. To be a value to society at large.

  27. DEBATE SOCIETY – DEBSOC In the modern political society democracy and debate goes together. We have our Debate Society that has been formed after Intra-Selection round. GARGI COLLEGE DEBATE COMPETITION 2018 INDORE INSTITUTE OF LAW DEBATE 2018 MACMUN 2019 DEBATE ACHIEVEMENTS 2018-19

  28. MOOT COURT SOCIETY Mooting as an activity aims to inculcate and improve the research, presentation and argument talent in students. MAIN AIMS To create a cohort of self-motivated and self-driven individuals who can think on their feet while delivering legal resoning To inculcate team leadership and team work within the students. To develop legal research, writing and oral submission skills.

  29. ICC Trial Moot Court Competition, 2018 - Quarter Finalists MOOTING ACHIEVEMENTS 2018-19 2nd Surana and Surna Constitutional Law Moot, 2018 - 3rd Best Advocate Award & 4th Best Advocate Award. NHRC - Sikkim Government Law College Moot Court, 2018- Runners Up V. S. Mani International Law Moot Court Competition, 2018- Best Memorial Award 5th Justice Murtaza Constitutional Law Moot, 2018 - Semi-finalists 5th All India Gurcharan Singh Tulsi Criminal Law Annual Moot CourtCompetition , 2019 - Semi-finalists Surana & Surana National Trial Advocacy Moot 2018, North Rounds, 2018 - Winners, Best Memorial award, 5th VIPS International Law Moot Competition, 2018- Runners Up CLEA Mooting (India Round) Competition 2019 - Best Memorial Award

  30. BANK FRAUDS LEGAL AID CELL In the era of online banking and financial transactions ATM and online bank frauds are common. Due to lack of awareness, time and hassle, these cases remain unsolved. We have established a Bank fraud legal aid network in our college through faculty and students Invite cases of frauds and provide appropriate legal aid to solve the fraud cases in assistance with the police and •bank authorities All the same is done based on the Reserve Bank of India guidelines and the Negotiable instruments Act, 1889

  31. PUBLIC INTEREST LAWYERING CELL ACHIVEMENTS A PIL Center is established wherein 12 students are selected through an interview process and are being assigned issues of public importance. PIL on for revoking the complete ban imposed on interns for entering into the courtrooms on Miscellaneous days W.P (C) No. 7911/2018 "Shabnam & Ors. v. Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban) & Ors. Toilet facilities be provided as per SBM guidelines within a period of Four weeks. Aganwadi facilities be provided to the children's. So, that they are able to get basic nutrition

  32. TRIAL ADVOCACY CENTER Skills that accomplish individual tasks (tactical skills) such as selecting jurors, delivering opening statements and closing arguments, and examining witnesses. Trial advocacy is the branch of knowledge concerned with making attorneys and other advocates more effective in trial proceedings. Skills that integrate the individual actions to achieve greater effects and to drive unfolding events toward the advocate’s desired outcome (strategy).

  33. JUDICIAL SERVICES PREPARATION CENTER Legal education is a professional education which is to prepare a student for all possible avenues of profession, vocation and services Maximum intake for this course would be 60 Maximum intake for this course would be 60 There would be 40 lectures of 2 hours duration for each subject STRUCTURE OF THE COURSE •Study material and separate library facility for the students of this course. Essay type answer writing practice for Mains exams Weekly MCQs test series

  34. LLOYD ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION CENTRE (LADRC) Lloyd Law College has initiated to establish an ADR Centre (LADR), which shall be the student committee entrusted with the responsibility of administering ADR activities. Conduct weekly internal programs in Academic perspective and for a practical skills learning. Conduct Workshops, Conferences and Training Courses. New career-building platform for the Lloyadians. OBJECTIVES Develop basic knowledge and skills for Legal writing, National and International ADR Competitions. Aware the current relevance to the legal profession. Promote interest in ADR methods.


  36. SCOPE OF ACTIVITIES CORPORATE LAW PRACTICE CENTER Research Training OUR VISION Courses CLP is discussion, debate, ooting, research and training of our students in Corporate Law Practice. Online Blogs via micro site Collaborations Also our aim to provide corporate law internships and placements to all the CLP members. Conferences/ Panel discussions

  37. ENVIRONMENTAL LAW CENTER Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida in India started Environmental Law Centre with Ms.Chhaya as the founder head. It is a youth lead initiative focused on environmental education. EVENTS Guest Lecture Series by Environmental Law Centre World Environment Day, National EssayWriting Competition, 2017. Guest Lecture Series by Environmental Law Centre

  38. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS SDG - CHAMPIONS AT LLOYD LAW COLLEGE S No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 SD GOALS No Poverty Zero Hunger Good Health & Well-Being Quality Education Gender equality Clean Water and Sanitation Affordable & Clean Energy Decent Work & Economic Growth Industry Innovation and Infrastructure Reduced Inequalities Sustainable Cities and Communities Responsible Consumption and Production Climate Action Life Below Water Life on land Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions Partnerships for Goals SD CHAMPION Mr. Sarim khan Ms. Shalini Yadav Mr. Chandrakant Prakash Mr. Aakash Kesari Ms. Akshita Sodhi Mr. Sanket Kumar Mr. Shubham Mishra Mr. Mukesh Singh Mr. Shubham Mishra Ms. Akshita Sodhi Mr. Shivam Shukla Mr. Raja Sharma Ms. Prashita Mishra Mr. Atri Mandal Ms. Prashita Mishra Mr. Vaibhav Shahi Ms. Priyanshi Gupta

  39. FORENSIC SCIENCE LAW CENTER Forensic science has acquired an important role in the modern civil and criminal law jurisprudence Introduced a seminar course as an additional subject for all the final year students Seeing the importance of the course in the life of a lawyer We established a fully equipped forensic science laboratory in the law school with the help of Forensic Science Laboratory Government of NCT of Delhi,Rohini, New Delhi and Pharmacy college. Two forensic science professionals takes care of the same

  40. INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION CENTER (LLOYD INTERNATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION ASSISTANCE CENTER) The Center would conduct diagnosis clinics and orientation workshops on different aspects of the entire process such as: • Preparing Statement of Purpose • Cover Letters • Personal Statements • Unauthorized recording of lectures and taking photos during lectures, academic programs and non-academic events; • Finding and applying right scholarships • Letters of recommendations LIHEAC KNOWLEDGE IS AN UNENDING PROCESS THOUGH EDUCATION HAS TIME PERIOD TO FOLLOW. Lloyd is establishing an ‘International Higher Education Assistance Center’ that shall provide guidance, assistance and support to the students

  41. INSIGHTS OF WORKSHOPS “Let’s talk: the idea of development” • "Enforcement of labour legislation in India” “Ban on single use of plastic” •“1st Lloyd Arbitration Advocacy Competition (LAAC) 2019-2020” •“Finding the ratio & obiter of a judgment”

  42. INTERNSHIP & PLACEMENTS The Internship and Placement Cell of Lloyd Law College is a body which provides the students with internship opportunities. These opportunities are provided twice in an academic year. Lloyd Law College has an elite placement division to facilitate the placements for its students. The Placement Division also supports training in Aptitude Assessment, Mock Interviews, Group Discussions, The IP Cell of the college provides Internship opportunities to the students in various companies, law firms, NGOs, LPOs and also with independent lawyers.

  43. RECRUITERS ON BOARD • Lex Protector • Lex AV Attorneys  • Namita Roy Associates • Adjuva Legal • Juhi Arora & Associates • Lead Law • Ashok Chaitanya & Associates  • Advok8 • Trans India Law Associates • The White Chambers • Invictus Legal • Panacea Legal Practitioners • Ahuja Law Offices • VIS Legal • Chambers of Jayant Bhatt • H. Khurana & Associates • A. K. Sharma & Associates • King Stubb & Kasiva • PSL Partners- Advocates & Solicitors • Advocates Pedia Foundation • Sambhav - Advocates & Solicitors • C. S. Rathour & Co. • R. R. Legal • Ray & Associates • Pawan Chaudhary & Associates • Mathur Associates • Jus Dicere • Lex AVA Partners • Vohra & Vohra • Mitul Desai & Associates • Themis Law Chambers • Skyline Legal Consultants • Arvind & Arvind • S. Tabrez & Associates • BAS Jadon & Associates • Asghar Khan & Associates • Arion Law Alliance • Canpise & Co. • M.S. Khan & Associates

  44. CORPORATE HOUSE & AORS • Havells • Dr. Gopal Energy Foundation • SMC Global Securities Limited • Corporate Advisory Syndicate • Amicus Partners • Luxor • Huawei Telecommunications • Atha Group • Sirion Labs • Adv. Suresh Dobhal • Adv. Amit k. Pathak • Adv. Sriram Parakkat • Adv. Apurv Kurup • Adv. Suvidutt Sunderam • Adv. Pratap Kumar Pattnaik

  45. ADVOCATES / NGO /CA • Adv. Vishnu Sharma  • Adv. Ritesh Khare  • Adv. Divya Narain  • Adv. Shuvam Shivam  • Adv. Sameer Kaushik  • Adv. Rohit Gupta • Adv. Rajendra Prasad  • Adv. Madhusudan Singh Thakur  • Adv. General Vikramjeet Singh • Adv. Anita Pandey  • Adv. Ram Nivas Goel • Humanity Foundation (NGO) • Vyomchhaya (NGO) • Rohit Tiwari ( CA) • Adv. Rudra Kumar Dey • Adv. Savitri Pandey • Dr. B. K. Dash • Adv. Satya Ranjan Swain • Adv. Vasanth Kumar • Adv. Atul Kumar Gupta • Adv. Najmi Farooqi • Adv. Prasant Sharma • Adv. Akanksha Yadav • Adv. Ranjan Sharma • Adv. Punit Saxena

  46. HON’BLE MENTION BY DISTINGUISHED JUDGES Hon’ble Mr. Justice Dipak Misra (Judge, Supreme Court of India) “My advice for students of Lloyd is that a lawyer should always be precise, avoid ambiguities and contradictions and should never feel adequate and contented, but in fact embrace healthy contentment.” Hon’ble Mr. Justice T S Thakur (Former Chief Justice of India) “Excellent beginning of a new program. Very well attended by on shoring participants. Was a pleasure paticipating and addressing the audience.” Hon’ble Ms Justice Indra Banerjee (Judge Supreme Court of India) “This wonderful institution,has,alomg with the law commission of india, organized this important symposium on ‘Right to freedom of speech and expression’.” Hon’ble Mr. Justice Arjan Kumar Sikri (Judge Supreme Court of India) “As we tell stories like, once upon a time there was a king, fifty years from now we will tell stories that there was a teacher named Prof.  Madhava  Menon. Lloyd is privileged to have him as the patron.”

  47. JUDICIAL OFFICERS FROM LLOYD Mr Mayur Jain (Assistant Professor at Lloyd 2004-2009,  CJM, Mathura U.P UPPCS– udicial -2009) Mr Mohd. Zulqarnain Alam B.A.LL.B - 2009 (Lloyd) Asst. Prof. (Lloyd) 2011-2012 UPPCS - Judicial (2016) Judicial agistrate - I Meerut, U.P. Mr Rajeev Kumar Asst. Professor at Lloyd 2004- 2011 UP HJS - 2012 , Addl. District & Session Judge, Bulandshahar, U.P. Ms. Priti Giri  Asst. Professor at Lloyd 2013-2015  B.A.LL.B Batch - 2004-09  UPPCS  Judicial  Oct. - 2017 Ms Nivedita Dhari Singh B.A.LL.B -2010 (Lloyd) BPCS - Judicial (2017) Civil Judge - I Patna, Bihar Mr. Hakeem Shabir Malik B.A.LL.B -2012 (Lloyd) J&K PCS Judicial (2018).

  48. DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS Mr. Subodh Agarwal ;Principal Secretary Civil Supplies and Consumer affairs Department Mr. Tarun Khurana ; partner at patent attorny Khurana & Khurana Mr Amit Singhania; Partner at Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co Ms. Albina Abrar works at Ministry of External Affairs

  49. DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS Ms. Purnima Arora ;Director General, Universal Institute of Legal studies Adv. Kanika Bhardwaj Advocate, Supreme Court of India Mr. Naginder Benipal Senior Counsel, Union of India (Delhi High Court), Standing Counsel, Punjab Pollution Control Board (Supreme Court Of India) and Standing Counsel, SICOM Ministery of Environment Dr. Rajesh Dixit Deputy Controller of Patents & Designs Govt. of India LL.B- 2011

  50. STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT Lloyd Law College team Shubham Anand, Aakash Kesri and Divyansh Rai Won Best Memorial Award in KIIT Trial Moot, April 2019 Ms. Archita Bhattacharjee, Ms. Charu Sharma, Ms. Sakshi Mehra of Lloyd Law College are articipating in the “Concours Jean-Pictet Competition - 2019" at Paris, France UPES Trial Moot Court Competition 2019 held from 8th - 10th March at UPES Law School, Dehradun