Law School Review

Lloyd Law College

Lloyd Law College is a Law school in India. Lloyd Law College is located in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. It offers courses like five years of integrated courses in B.ALL.B, three years LL.B and LLM. Lloyd Law College is one of the colleges in India to provide conjoined degree course of B.A. and LL.B that combine law degrees with papers in liberal arts. 

Courses and departments

 The B.A. course is divided into ten semesters with five papers in each of the semesters. The courses are designed in such a way that it combines law degrees with papers in liberal arts in a way that is helpful for the students to cover the course systematically. The three year law course follows a semester system of examination and gives specialisation in different areas of law. All the courses are approved by the Bar Council of India and are affiliated to the CCS University.

Infrastructure

Lloyd Law College is located in Knowledge Park – II, Greater Noida (U.P/ NCR). The law college is spread over 4.5 acres of non-residential campus comprising three multi-storey blocks.

The campus had its first four-story building in 2003 and currently has main academic block comprising sixteen lecture theatres/class rooms, as well as four-story facility centre containing 3000 textual collections, journal subscription of last 56 years and regular intake of newspapers & magazines.

Facilities

Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida has infrastructure and facilities that support the smooth functioning of the college. The institute provides accommodation to students and has Aryan Residency for boys and Amandam Hostel for girls. These hostels have all the essential fasciitis such as sports, gym, laundry, etc. The library has an enriched collection of books and is a centre of attraction for the book lovers. Transportation facilities are provided to the students that help students in travelling.

  • Transport Facilities – The College provides transportation facilities and has its fleet of buses that operates on no profit or loss basis and helps students in travelling.
  • Hostels – The institute has a boy’s hostel named Aryan Residency and one girl’s hostel called Anandam that provides safe and secured accommodation to the students. The hostels serve a four-time meal and have all the essential fasciitis such as sports, gym, laundry, etc.
  • Moot Court Hall – Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida has a Moot Court Hall that has a seating which is used to practice advocacy and organise various competitions.
  • Library – The institute has a library that has an enriched collection of books and is a centre of attraction for the book readers.

College faculty

The faculties at Lloyd Law College are experts in various disciplines of law and promote excellence in learning. They are specialised in Environment Law, International Law, Jurisprudence Law and Constitutional Law. The students are nurtured and have a thirst for knowledge and a strong sense of integrity and professionalism. 

Activities

Lloyd Law College launched the First Prof. N. R. Madhava Menon SAARCLAW Mooting Competition & Law Students Conference in 2016, under technical support from MILAT-Menon Institute of Legal Advocacy, Trivandrum.

The reform brought about in Indian legal education by the pioneering of forts of Prof. N.R. Madhava Menon during the last three decades through the Five Year Integrated B.A.LL.B. Programme under the National Law School experiment was the inspiration for Lloyd Law College to launch the Mooting Competition in the Name of Padma Shree Prof. N. R. Madhava Menon. On retirement from active service, he continues to contribute to the cause of legal education and professional development through the Menon Institute of Legal Advocacy Training (MILA T), which he presides. Lloyd Law College is proud to be associated with MILAT in organising the Mooting. There are two stages of the competition: The Indian Round and the SAARC round. Every year five best teams represent India in the SAARC Round. Apart from India, every SAARC country can select/nominate two teams to represent their country in SAARC rounds.

How to Apply

Students are admitted to the institute through a written common test, which is generally conducted in May. Apart from the score in the LET a student must have passed the 10+2 or equivalent examination in any stream with at least 45% marks with English as a compulsory subject.

Placement

Lloyd Law College is one of the best institutes in India. Around 70% of the students got placed through Campus Placements and got a good salary package. The median salary package offered was 7.5 LPA.

Best thing

 The best thing in Lloyd Law College is professors are cooperative and helpful for better understanding in Law. They guide us in many aspects and making the thing clear. There are many activities which are very helpful in the future. They also provide an internship and get motivated for it.

Worst thing

Everything is well organised, and there are not any worst thing on the campus and are different aspects in which students get new skills in which it enhances the future.

Submitted By: Astha Chaurasia

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