Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA
Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA in just Seventh year of its inception has carved a niche for itself in the academic circuits. It has become a celebrated name amongst the aspirants of professional legal education. It holistically promotes academic excellence, intellectual discipline and professional leadership. Being a constituent of Symbiosis International University, it envisions the reputation of Symbiosis in and around Delhi, the constitutional capital of India. SLS-NOIDA is strategically located in the industrial hub of NCR thereby opening up a plethora of opportunities for the budding lawyers.
SLS-NOIDA strives towards supplementing reforms in the field of law; to groom students to become the unified face of our legal fraternity, to produce knowledge disseminators and to produce individuals who are the torchbearers of the legal system of the country. Our effort is aimed at producing an intellect that believes in reforming rather than punishing and has the potential of hoisting the flag of truth and justice in an unfailing manner.
SLS-NOIDA, in its effort to holistically develop the personality of its learners, has formulated various cells including Research & Publication Cell, Moot Court Society, Legal Aid Center, Training & Placement Cell, Environmental and Social Welfare Cell, Cultural Cell, Sports Cell, Debate Society, Literary Society and International Law Students Association (ILSA) Chapter & Enactus Chapter. These cells not only groom student-leadership but also provide wider opportunities for their overall development in curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.
SLS-NOIDA believes in orienting the student’s intellect towards the attainment of their goals by creating assiduous environment of innovative learning and inter-disciplinary knowledge. The faculty and the students work together towards the accretion and dissemination of knowledge. The pedagogy is designed to haul out the best in each student. To add to the experience of the students and the faculty, theoretical learning coupled with practical exposure provides the right blend of success to the learners at SLS-NOIDA. SLS-NOIDA organizes weekly lectures under the banner of ‘Extension Lecture Series’ delivered by multi-disciplinary academicians, legal luminaries and corporate honchos. These lectures are extremely instrumental in providing the students with the challenges awaiting them in their career (To know more visit http://symlaw.edu.in/extension-lecture).
SLS-NOIDA’s strive for ‘International Understanding through Quality Education’ is proven by conduct of in workshops/seminars/conference/moot court with academic and professional partners of National and International repute which includes: National Conference on Interlinking of Legal Aid Centers: April 19, 2016: In association with National Legal Services Authority (NALSA); General Counsel Manthan 2016 and India International Legal Conclave: August 12-15, 2016: In association with Corporate Counsel Association of India (CCAI) at Thimphu, Bhutan; Sadgamaya-Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA GST Lecture Series, 2016: August 20 and September 03, 2016: In association with Sadgamaya; Seminar on Competition Law and Its interface with Enterprise: October 05, 2016: In association with Alumni of King’s College London. In addition, it has established mutual cooperation including faculty and student exchange with Institutes/Universities of international repute including Michigan State University School of Law –USA, Northumbria University School of Law- UK, Berlin School of Law and Economics – Germany and Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Canada (in the pipeline). It also has instituted International Law Student Association (ILSA) Chapter in 2013; and Enactus Chapter in 2014. Enactus Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA is proudly associated with Enactus Macquarie University, Sydney in their project ‘Asha Ki Kiran’ which aims at empowering the female acid attack victims by improving their livelihood. They also have won ‘KPMG’ and ‘Wal-Mart’ grants for their projects.
SLS-NOIDA strives to inculcate research aptitude in learners by constantly acquainting them with historical judgments, Case analysis/discussions and legal web bases. The learners at SLS-NOIDA are adept at courtroom etiquettes and advocacy skills through courtroom and related exercises such as Moot Court, Mock Trials, Drafting of Pleadings and Client Counseling. (To know more about the achievements, visit http://symlaw.edu.in/achievements-cc/moot-courts). Mooters have, as a result, won several accolades for the Law School including India’s representation in 21st Annual International Environmental Moot Court Competition International Finals to be held in Gulfport, Florida - USA at the end of March 2017 by SLS NOIDA team – Mr. Shreyas Edupuganti, Mr. Prayank Jain and Ms. Madhavi Agarwal.
Research is the culture on which tomorrow’s professionals at SLS-NOIDA thrive. In 2014-2016, in total 309 research papers of learners have been accepted for presentation and/or publication at number of National/International Seminars /Conferences/Workshop/Symposiums/ Round Table Conferences. (To know more, visit http://symlaw.edu.in/achievements-cc). In addition, reports on varied research projects were published and released including - Research Project ‘Empirical Study on Implementation of Wildlife Protection Laws in India’ on October 08, 2016 at the hands of Hon’ble Mr. Justice Shiva Kirti Singh, Judge, Supreme Court of India which includes analysis of Data collected from around two hundred District Courts during the period 1990-2010; from more than one hundred Forest Divisions, from the O/o Chief Conservator of Forests of various states, and from Wildlife Crime Control Bureau and further from ‘appeals’ that were filed before various High Courts in India. (To know more about Publications, visit http://symlaw.edu.in/publications)
SLS-Noida also makes ample use of technology for the benefit of its learners. Called The Curiosity Project, it is the first of its kind where online systems have been used for meaningful administrative automation and improved learning methodologies.