Amity Law School (ALS) has been ranked as one of the Top-10 law schools in the country in a recent survey conducted by India Today-AC NIELSEN-ORGMARG.
The School was established under the Ritnand Balved Education Foundation (RBEF) to achieve world-class legal education in the country. Dr. Ashok K. Chauhan, the Founder President of the Law School is a great philanthropist and a man of extraordinary vision. This vision of his has been translated into practical reality through the establishment of various educational institutions he has set up including the Amity Law School. Amity Law School has the unique distinction of being the first Law School in Delhi to start a 5-year integrated LL.B. (H) programme.
Admission to the LL.B. (H) programe of Amity Law School is done through a Common Entrance Test (CET) conducted by the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi to which the Amity Law School is affiliated.
The Law library is traditionally considered to be the laboratory of a lawyer. The library of Amity Law School is one of the best libraries in Delhi, which is catering to a student community of approximately 600 in addition to researchers in law. The library has over 15000 books including bound volumes of various law reports and journals. The library subscribes to over eighty journals and law reports on a regular basis. In addition, they have 20 magazines and seven daily newspapers also.
The School has a wellqualified, experienced and dedicated faculty who are committed to the cause of quality legal education. The institute has been organizing every year faculty development/orientation programmes. The faculty members are being deputed regularly for UGC Orientation/ Refresher programmes as well as the In-house Faculty Development Programmes organized by the Amity Academic Staff College.
Moot Court competitions are like the laboratories of law schools where theoretical knowledge is tested in real life situations. Realizing this, the Amity Law School has been facilitating continuous training to the students to participate in Moot Court competitions organized by various universities and law schools in and outside Delhi. The School has also been hosting a number of moot court competitions to test the mettle of the future lawyers of the country.
As a part of the practical training in legal education, the students are deputed regularly to participate in the Lok Adalat programmes organized by the Delhi Legal Services Authority, Patiala House Court, New Delhi. The students also make court visits, interviewing clients and lawyers during the vacation.
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