Faculty Development Program: Teaching Techniques And Research For Young Law Teachers And Research Scholars, 2019

Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida
6th to 12th Nov, 2019

Commonwealth legal education association (CLEA) and Menon Institute of Legal Advocacy and Training (MILAT) in association with Indian law institute (ILI), New Delhi and Lloyd Law College Greater Noida November has organized Five day workshop with 3-week On-the-Job Practical Application.

The moto of workshop was to make aware and prepare law teachers and research scholar with modern interdisciplinary teaching techniques for moulding the law students to be professionally ready.

About the Workshop

The one month workshop was comprise of three phases:

  • 7-day fully residential face-to-face interactive training at Delhi in Indian Law Institute and at Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida to provide theoretical and practical inputs in law teaching and research by experts and professionals.
  • 3-week on-the-job practical application of inputs from the workshop in preparing a (a) Project involving Designing Course Curriculum, Preparation of Course Plan and Course Module including session plan; and (b) Research Plan and a research article by candidates at their respective institutions under the continued guidance of experienced mentors / supervisors.
  • Project Submission, Evaluation and Feedback by a Panel of Experts and Certification. During the 7-day training, collaborative sessions, case studies, group discussions and audio-visual content was used. The sessions has been collaborative, handled by renowned academicians providing theoretical inputs and Senior Advocates or professionals providing the practical or operational orientation. The focus of the training was on practical exercises, both individual and group. The workshop has provided ample opportunity for young teachers and researchers to not only get hands-on experience in teaching and research but also to interact with other law teachers, discuss issues and share experiences.

Workshop On Patent Application, Drafting & Filing, 2018

31st March 2018

Lloyd law College organized a patent application, drafting and filing workshop on March 31st, 2018. Mr Ashutosh Kumar, Associate, Singh & Singh LLP and Mr Siddharth Mathur, Partner at Lex Protector, International Law Office were the guest speakers at the workshop.

Session report:

The workshop was organized in Two- Parallel session starting from 9:00 A.M. to 03:00 P.M. by the speakers in the premises of Lloyd Law College. The programme was attended by passionate B.A. LL.B. students of VI AND VIII semesters. Both the speakers made valuable observations on patenting procedures and time lines concerning patent filing. They also spoken about the importance of IP to researchers, students and faculty of academic institutions, which was greatly valued by the participants. They enlightened the relation between inventions and innovations, the gaps between lab research and innovative research and gave a glimpse of numerous models of academia‐industry interactions.

They also demonstrated online searches of prior art and explained various tools available on the web for such searches. They also demonstrated the various components of a patent document, application filing procedures, First Examination Reports and how to file responses to the Patent office. Overall the patent workshop held on 31st March, 2018, at Lloyd Law College was very successful and encouraging for organizers and participant.

Corporate Leadership Development Programme In Collaboration With The Institute Of Company Secretaries Of India (ICSI), 2017

Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida 1st Aug to 14th Sept, 2017

The programme concentrated mainly on management and Soft Skills, Functional and Core Competencies and Gearing up for Smart Career Moves. The 45 day training programme included practical training through various activities, group discussions and collaborative learning, team deliberations and role plays, video clips and movies, case study analysis, power point presentations and team learning, management games, experiential learning, experience sharing and collaborative learning. The participants who successfully completed the program were provided with a Certificate of Participation.

1) There program content was delivered through three main modules:

  • Discovering a new versions of self, empowering beliefs
  • Discovering the participants’ core personality
  • Embracing the power of ethics, integrity and governance
  • Enhancing verbal and non-verbal communication
  • Improving Interpersonal skills
  • Improving Negotiation skills

2) Core functional competencies-practical orientation (three weeks):

  • Challenging role of KMP under the Companies Act, 2013
  • Board meetings, General meetings, secretarial standards
  • Secretariat Audit and Compliance Management
  • Court craft and Moot Courts: appearances before NCLT and NCLAT
  • Drafting of legal and other docuemnts
  • A practical orientation on merchant banking with specific reference to public issues coupled with ADR, GDR, etc.
  • Critical Understanding of Financial Statements, Cash and Fund Flow Statements and Ratio Analysis
  • Understanding the Economic Environment
  • Critical Understanding of the Commodities Market

3) Gearing up for Smart Career Moves

  • Employability skills: Industry interface, panel and group discussions, CV Writing skills
  • Counselling on Career and personality
  • Field visits including NCLT, NCLAT, High Courts and other courts
  • Leader Speak- Power Sessions.