All India Law Students Federation (hereinafter AILSF) is a non-profit organization formed by like-minded people which bases its working and functions on three pillars viz. – Legal Literacy, Legal Awareness and Legal Empowerment. Our vision is to create a framework within the social ambit where every individual is legally aware of his/her rights and vigilant towards the system of governance.
The Organization comprises of renowned academicians, Lawyers, Jurists, Law-Makers, Corporate & Educational institutions which work in close association to achieve the said goal.
About the Institute
The Institute of Legal Studies & Research (“ILSR”), GLA University is situated in the historical and spiritual city, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh. ILSR is a student, industry and community-focused law school.
Its mission is to nurture industry and community service ready legal professionals by faculties graduated from King’s College London, Oxford University, Harvard University, Georgetown University, United Nations University, BHU, DU and NLUs. Students are ensured that the foundation they build will support their personal & professional goals. The knowledge and skills they gain over the five years of legal education will form the robust path for their legal career.
About Law Olympiad
This law Olympiad is first of its kind. It aims to make legal knowledge enriching and undemanding for students. It will help to create awareness among the young students about the nuances of law. It will be a diverting task for students which will encourage them to take a step ahead and read outside of the textbooks and delve into the intricacies of the practical issues faced by the society and further help them to gain a better understanding of law.
What differentiates this law Olympiad from other law competitions is its focus on social legislations and also the scores and feedback given to each student so as to make them aware of where they lack and what more needs to be done in pursuit of their pre-eminence
Advocate Avani Bansal (Advocate Supreme Court of India)
Dr. Siddharth Misra (Asst. Prof. Faculty of Law, Delhi University)
Dr. Vageshwari Deswal (Sr. Prof. Faculty of Law, Delhi University)
Dr. Seema Singh (Prof. Faculty of Law, Delhi University)
Dr. Navditya Tanwar (Asst. Prof. HPNLU)
Dr. Avinash Dadich (Dean & Professor at Institute of Legal Studies and Research, GLA University)
Dr. Kshitij Kumar Singh (Asst. Prof. Campus Law Centre, Delhi University)
Dr. Parikshit Sirohi (Asst. Prof. Law Centre-2, Delhi University)
Amish Aggarwala (Advocate, Supreme Court of India)
Ayush Anand (Advocate, Supreme Court of India)
Vaibhav Mishra (Advocate, Supreme Court of India)
Arti Singh (Asst. Prof, FIIMT)
Aqa Raza (Asst Prof. Jagran Lake University)
Upasana Singh (Asst. Prof. Delhi Metropolitan Education GGSIP University )
Rules and Structure of Law Olympiad
Mode: Online (All Over India)
Type: Objective Questions & One Word Answer
Marks: 80 Marks
Time: 60 Minutes
Students pursuing any Law course from a recognized university/Institute shall be eligible to participate.
The basic knowledge of the law is enough to participate in the Law Olympiad which includes Current Affairs related to Law, IPC, Constitutional Law, Human Rights Law, Social Legislation and Legal Aptitude, WHO, Legal English.
Tentative Dates and Timing
Last Date of Registration: April 23, 2020.
Exam Date: April 26, 2020. 6 pm to 7 pm
Awards & Prizes
1st Prize Winner
Cash Prize 2500
Newly Launched Course offered by Lawctopus “Legal Research and writing”
A session with Advocate Avani Bansal (LL.B from Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur, India, BCL and M.Phil in Law from University of Oxford (UK). LL.M from Harvard Law School (USA) for LL.M SOP and guidance.
Internship Opportunity in the Office of Vikramjit Banerjee (Additional Solicitor General of India)
Internship with Adv. Amish Aggarwala, Central Govt. Counsel.
Online Internship with Corp Comm Legal a Corporate Law Firm
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