The advisory Council consists of many eminent personalities. The chairman himself is Padma Shree Prof. (Dr.) N. R. MadhavaMenon who is also the honorary professor and IBA Chair on Continuing Legal Education at NLSIU, Bangalore. Members of advisory council also consist of Prof. (Dr.) R. VenkataRao Vice Chancellor, NLSIU Bangalore, Mr. P. P. Rao Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India, Dr. LalitBhasin Senior Advocate, Supreme Court Of India, Mr. R. Venkataramani Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India and Mr.ManoharThairani President, Lloyd Law College.
Lloyd Law College focuses on helping students to be capable and useful once they move from the University curriculum to a professional setting. Consequently, practical training forms an important part of the academic curriculum at Lloyd Law College. We recognizes the significance of internships and placements in shaping the professional lives of law students.
The Chairman of the academic advisory board is Prof. (Dr.) S. Sivakumar Professor, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi. The member of the board consists of Prof. (Dr.) ManjulaBatra Dean, Faculty of Law, JamiaMilliaIslamia, New Delhi, Dr. Manish Arora Director, Universal Law Publishing Companya, Prof. (Dr.) R. K. Chaubey Head, Department of Law, University of Allahabad, Prof. (Dr.) Satish Chandra Shastri Dean, Faculty of Law, MUST and Prof. (Dr.) D.K. Sharma Dean, Faculty of Law, BHU, Varanasi
Lloyd Law College has entered into academic collaborations with many universities in the South Asian region by entering into covenants to facilitate exchange of students and members of faculty between the institutions as well as to jointly engage in academic activities, research and publication. In addition to this, active efforts will be made to develop joint training and research programmes which shall be pursued in a collaborative spirit. They have signed MOU with University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, MOU with University of Colombo, Sri Lanka and MOU with Tribhuvan University, Nepal
An institute's faculty is considered as the most important force behind the transformation of the students. Llyod's faculty consists a blend of academically and professionally qualified faculty. Each faculty member is a multiple degree holder in various specialization, hence providing the crucial guidance to the students.
Lloyd Law College has entered into Lloyd Law College entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore, which is the most prestigious institution of legal education in India to establish academic collaboration. The MOU encompasses exchange of students and members of faculty along with undertaking academic activities, etc. It also signed an agreement with Lloyd Law College signed an MOU with Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Patiala to collaborate in academic events, teaching, training and research as well as exchange programmes for students and members of faculty.
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Qualifications: B.A ( Hons.) History, 1999-2002; M.A (Spl-Ancient History) 2005-07; M.Phil, 2007-09, Pursuing PH.D. from Department of Social Science, Kolhan University
Qualifications: B.Com in the year 1995, Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) in the year 2000 at Aligarh Muslim University ; LL.M. (Corporate Laws) in the year 2003 and Ph.D. (WTO Laws) in 2009 at Jamia Millia Islamia.
Qualifications: 1998, B.A. from Govt. PG College Solan, HP; 2001 Bachelor of Laws, LL.B. from H.P. University; 2004 Master of Laws (Regular), LL.M. from H.P. University