Legal Study Trips
For students of Law, Lloyd Law College offers a range of visits to Courts: District Courts, High Court and Supreme Court of India as well as criminal justice and political institutions such as Prisons, Police Stations, and Parliament to provide students with a unique inspirational experience. Educational trips to some of the most important seats of law and justice such as the Parliament and the Supreme Court allow students to gain an insight into legal affairs and broaden their studies with practical exposure and first-hand experience. We strive to focus not only on classroom teaching but also in organizing academic visits outside the college to enable students understand the functions of the legislature, judiciary and the executive and their powers, functions and jurisdictions. The practical awareness from these visits is expected to motivate the students so that they undertake laborious efforts in their endeavor to become successful legal professionals.
Jail Visits: District Jail and Tihar Jail
The college frequently organizes visits to District Jail and Tihar Jail to apprise the students regarding the criminal justice system. For the 2015-16 academic session, a visit to the District Jail was organized. The visit was very informative for the students as various aspects of prisoner's rights, bail, right to life and liberty were discussed with the prison officials. The students were apprised on the life of a prisoner, and how rehabilitative schemes in prison enable the reformation of the convict so that on completion of his sentence, the offender is reintegrated into the society as a productive citizen.
Court Visits: District Courts, High Court of Delhi and Supreme Court of India
The college frequently organizes visits to the local courts as well as the High Court of Delhi and the Supreme Court. Court visits are open for participation for all students. Lloyd Law College students visited the Supreme Court and witnessed the disposal of Civil, Criminal, and Property law cases. The students attended the court proceedings and witnessed arguments from senior advocates. After conclusion of court hours, an interaction with senior advocates was organized where students were taught about the intricacies of court procedure and oral pleadings. Students were elated to observe the disposal of a Constitutional Bench case comprising of five sitting judges including the Chief Justice of India, Hon'ble Mr. Justice R. M. Lodha.
Visit to Local Police Station
The college regularly organizes visits to the local police station for the students. For the 2015-16 academic session, the college organized a visit for its students to the Police Station at Knowledge Park- 2 Greater Noida to apprise them of the actual working of Indian Police System. There were interactive discussions between students and the Station House Officer of the Police Station. After discussion, the station house officer told the students about the process of filing an FIR, presentation of challans, granting bail and the treatment of the prisoners under their custody. They even showed students the detention room and prison. The college organized a visit for its students to the Police Station on 12th October, 2015.
Visit to the Fourth Estate
Lloyd Law College students are regularly invited by news channels such as NDTV, News Nation, India TV etc to participate in live discussions on burning legal issues. On the 16th October, 2015 a group of 60 students of Lloyd Law College led by Assistant Professor Mr. Piyush Sharma attended the shoot of one of the most famous Questionnaire shows of television known as “Aap Ki Adalat “ at India TV Office, Noida). The occasion was graced by Hon'ble Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Shri. Devendra Fadnavis.
Seminars, Conferences and Workshops
The students of Lloyd Law College are regularly invited to participate in National and International Seminars, Moot Court Competitions, Workshops, Conferences and law functions. The students along with faculty members attended a seminar on “Natural Disasters, Environment & Role of NGT with special reference to Uttrakhand, J&K, Assam & Himachal Pradesh” on the occasion of 4th Foundation Day of National Green Tribunal at Plenary Hall, Vigyan Bhawan, The students along with faculty members attended a seminar celebrating the “800 Years of Magna Carta” at Hotel Lalit which was organized by MILAT and SILF on the occasion of Teacher's Day. The function was presided over by Hon'ble Mr. Justice T. S. Thakur, Chief Justice of India.