LawOF Presents Moot Court Society Interview
Shubhangi Sharma, Soumya Vats and Divya Singh, Students, LLC College, Greater Noida.
- About yourself
We are Shubhangi Sharma, Soumya Vats and Divya Singh students of Lloyd Law College ,Greater Noida ,BA LLB ,2nd year and media senators at LawOF.
- About your college
Lloyd law college has very flexible timings for its students. Classes begin at 9:00 am and ends at 3:30pm.The college boasts a very good and skilled teaching faculty who have immense knowledge and experience in various subjects and hence is very helpful and cooperative with all the students. The college does have an active placement and internship cell . Our experience in this college being a students of law section, is good enough to enjoy every part of law related to my subjects. The college provides us with Facility of a suitable infrastructural environment in which one can aspire to his will. Well if we start telling you our experience then we should say, it provides you moot court competition at national and international levels, debates on major issues concerned with day to day activities.
- About moot court society?
Moot Court Society at Lloyd Law College has been playing a pivotal role in the training of students for clinical legal work as well as preparing them for practice as well as research for their legal profession. The Moot Court Society organises various moot court competition like the prestigious National Moot Court Competition annually wherein students from all over India participate, Intra Moot Court competition for the first year students so as to acquaint them to the art of drafting memorials and pleadings when they join the college. The society is also responsible for holding of eliminations for making teams for various National Moot Court Competitions. The society also undertakes sessions on various essentials of mooting like usage of online databases, pleading, court manners, research, drafting of memorials, etc.
- How many members are there?
1 convener + 80 members including faculties and students.
- What is the selection process?
It can be done on merit basis. In selection process there is one internal moot round, everyone have to qualify that for doing any national moot. It is open for all students of the college.
- How many moot court events are conducted by your society till now?
Lloyd Law College’s 1st Prof N R Madhava Menon SAARC Moot (National and International)
Lloyd Law College’s 2nd Prof N R Madhava Menon SAARC Moot (National and International)
- What are greatest achievements in any national or international moots?
SHAH – I – HAMDAAN NATIONAL MOOT COURT COMPETITION- 2012 HELD AT THE UNIVERSITY OF KASHMIR Sapna Arora, Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida bagged the Best Female Advocate Award in the two day Shah – I – Hamdaan National Moot Court Competition held at the University of Kashmir.
MOOT COURT COMPETITION-2010 AT CAMPUS LAW CENTRE, UNIVERSITY OF DELHI, DELHI Winner “Best Memorial Award” in 9th All Delhi/NCR Moot Court Competition held in Campus Law Centre, University of Law, Delhi.
MOOT COURT COMPETITION-2010 AT ILR FARIDABAD, DELHI/NCR Second Best Team Award won by Lloyd Law College. 1st Regional Moot Court Competition held in ILR Faridabad.
MOOT COURT COMPETITION-2008 AT CAMPUS LAW CENTRE, UNIVERSITY OF DELHI, DELHI The 7th All Delhi/NCR “Moot Court Competition-2008” organized by Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi, Delhi. Winner – Lloyd Law College, Runner Up -IP University, Delhi.
LLOYD LAW STUDENTS SECURED 4TH RANK IN THE 11TH K.K. LUTHRA MEMORIAL MOOT COURT, 2015 CHHAYA BHARDWAJ (B.A.LL.B. X SEM), PRAKHAR PANDEY (B.A.LL.B. VII SEM.) and NARINDER POONIA (B.A.LL.B. VI SEM.) secured 4th position in the category of Best Memorial amongst 55 top law schools across the world in 11TH K.K. LUTHRA MEMORIAL MOOT COURT, 2015.
- Does college provide reimbursement for the event attended?
- What is your strategy to promote event at large?
By uploading event in social media and other promotional websites.
- Is there any upcoming event?