Seminars/Workshops/Conferences/Moot Court

The Law School has also been organizing seminars and workshops on contemporary legal issues on a regular basis. Some of the recent ones are:

(a) Seminars

  1. Seminar on Drafting and Filing of Patent Applications on 26.10.2012 by Deputy Controller of Patents and Design & Director, Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Intellectual Property Management and Patent Inform System, Nagpur.
  2. Seminar on Para Legal Skills and Competency Development for Lawyers on 3rd October 2012 by Director of International Programme, Chartered Institute of Legal Executives and Asia Representative, Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, Harvard University.
  3. Seminar by Elisa Checcacci, King’s College London.
  4. Seminar on Links between Indian Law and British/European Legal Systems and the opportunities in the future by Jean-Philippe Dequen, School of Oriental Studies in London (October 2012)
  5. Seminar by Ms. Marta Schmidt, Graduate Student of Politics and South Asian Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London (October 2012).
  6. Seminar by Dr. Julia Hornle, Reader & Prof. Gavin Sutter, Professor, School of Law, Queen March University of London on 21st February 2013.

(b) Conferences

  1. All India Law Teachers Congress (AILTC) National Conference on Private International Law (1st and 2nd September 2012).
  2. The Third Annual Amity Law School Delhi MODEL UNITED NATIONS (25th – 26th September 2012).

(c) Workshops

  1. National Workshop on Capacity Building of Judicial and Police Officials on Proper Implementation of Women Related Laws in collaboration with National Commission for Women, Delhi from 7-9, February , 2014
  2. Legal Awareness Programme for women in the unauthorized sector (March 16th & 17th, 2012).
  3. Workshop on “THE EMERGING ISSUES IN COMPETITION LAW” (7th November 2012).
  4. Workshop on Social Contact to Legal Contract and Life Cycle of Business Laws (2nd November 2012).
  5. Workshop on Moot Court Training for the students (13th & 14th October 2012).
  6. Workshop on ‘APPLIED CONTRACT LAW’ (19th January 2013).
  7. Faculty Development Workshop on Orientation of Faculty Members for Quality Accreditation (28-19th July 2012).
  8. Orientation Workshop for the newly admitted students through the first and second counseling (August & September 2012).

In the previous years, the following were the major activities of Amity Law School, Delhi:-

  • Organized the 11th Annual National Amity Moot Court Competition for 3 days during March, 2012.
  • We had organized the National Rounds (North Zone) of the prestigious Philip C Jessup International Moot Court Competition during January 20th, 21st and 22nd, 2012.
  • A seminar on Personality Development by Mr. Arun Mohan, Sr. Advocate.
  • Workshops on ‘Embarking on a Moot Journey – the quintessential tripod of Research, Drafting & Oral Presentation’ in August and September 2009.
  • Workshop on Private International Law in October 2009.
  • The Legal Aid Cell of Amity Law School, New Delhi hosted a Legal Awareness Programme over two days for Women employed in the Un-organised Sector in collaboration with The National Commission for Women, Institute of Constitutional and Parliamentary, MARG and SEWA.
  • We had organized a Compulsory Moot Court Training for the students by involving our Alumni who had participated and won prizes in various moot court competitions in India and abroad.
  • Quiz Society (ALDQS) has organized quiz competition to select teams to participate in quiz contexts organized by other institutions.
  • Seminar on ADR (Alternate Dispute Resolution) to ODR (Online Dispute Resolution).
  • Seminar on Law and Technology.
  • Workshop on WTO: Challenges and Opportunities.
  • Workshop on Jurisprudence by Prof. Upendra Baxi.
  • Law Day Seminar on “Media, Sting Operation and Privacy Law – The Regulatory Dilemma" .
  • Law Day Seminar on “Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Era of Globalization”.
  • Seminar on ‘Effects of Smoking’.
  • Seminar on International Arbitration by Prof. Doug Jones, President, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Doug Jones is an international infrastructure and dispute resolution lawyer, and a Sydney-based partner in the Australian law firm of Clayton Utz, where he heads the International Arbitration Group.
  • As part of our Debate Club activity, we organized a debate on the topic- "Legal Sanctity and Relevance of Live In Relationships in the 21st Century".
  • Seminar on Legal Opportunities in Air force by Wing Com. Bhalla and Air Commodore PC Grover (Retd.).
  • Presentation by Pangea-3 on Legal Opportunities available to the students.
  • Lecture by Mr. Senthil, Rainmaker on Legal Opportunities available to the students.
  • Organized an Intra ALS Model United Nations Conference for representing the "Collective Security Mechanism" agenda as a part of General Assembly (I).
  • Presentation about the study culture and the Post Study Work options available to students after Post Graduation by Dr. Deemot, Dean Law Faculty University of Bangore situated in Wales which is one of the traditional Universities Established in 1884.
  • Organized a 3-day Orientation Programme for the newly admitted students.
  • A seminar on Personality Development by Mr. Ashok Arora, Sr. Advocate.
  • Prof. Taranjeet Duggal has been addressing the students on Personality Development and Personality Trends on a regular basis.


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