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Friday, January 31, 2014

Workshop on Investor Awareness and Companies Act 2013

Legal Entrepreneurship Clinic of Amity Law School, Noida is organizing a workshop on Investor Awareness and Companies Act 2013 in Association with the Institute of Company Secretaries in India on 6th February, 2014 at 11.00 am in the Legal Aid Room, I-2. There is no Registration Fees for the event, and the entry is open only for the first 100 applications. To register for the event and any other inquiries, contact the undersigned:-

1. Priyan Garg- 9582144377
2. Avinash Krishnan Ravi- 9650015330
3. Tushar Agarwal- 9971374150

Lex Contractus

Amity Law School, Noida is organizing a Quiz Competition on Law of Contracts titled 'Lex Contracts' on 7th February, 2014 at 11.00 am in I-2 Block. The first round would be a mcq question paper with 30 questions and the next round would be a buzzer round. Each team would be consisting of two members. The Registration Fees for the event is Rs. 200 per team and the entry is open only for the first 100 applications. To send in your confirmations, please mail on with names and telephone numbers. Participation Certificates would be given to everyone. To register for the event and any other inquiries, contact the undersigned:-

Priyan Garg- 9582144377
Shorya Jaipal- 8800425768

Trip to USA

This is to inform the students interested in the proposed trip to US in mid May, 2014:

1. A week long trip is planned to Ave Maria School of Law at Naples, Florida.The exact dates would be decided later.

2. The salient features of the visit are as under. Tentative cost USD 3,260 per student (about 2 Lakhs in Rs.)

Cost includes

3. Academic contents/lectures/round table/seminars on five days from 0900 hrs. to 1330 hrs. on following topics by expert speakers.

a) Comparative constitutional law
b) Constitution and constitutionalism
c) Courts and democracy
d) Power sharing and minority protection
e) Overview of US Courts and correction system
f) Introduction to distance learning (online) courses

4. Accommodation in Hawthorne Suites Hotel on twin sharing basis.

5. Breakfast, lunch and refreshments (all days)

6. Dinner on two days (one day at Sophia’s and the other day Banquet at Vineyards Country Club)

7. Education visits to Courts, country government offices, jail and law firms

8. Social/Recreational Part. Visits to :

a) Edison-Ford Estate
b) Collier County Museum
c) Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary
d) Downtown Disney

9. Free time after 1400 hrs. on three days

10. Local ground transportation

11. The students would be issued a certificate for having attended one credit course.

12. The cost does NOT include:

a) Airfare from or to India
b) Visa
c) Travel insurance

Victory in USLS Debate Competition

We are glad to inform that a team comprising of Mehaq Rao and Nikita Tanwar won the second prize in a Debate Competition organized by University School of Law and Legal Study, GGSIP on 27 January, 2014. This achievement is not only praiseworthy but also highly commendable. 
The Group Vice Chancellor has also conveyed his deep appreciation for their excellent performance in the above competition. Heartiest congratulations to the team and may they get more laurels for the college.

Debating Society Office Bearers, 2014

The Debating Society has appointed new office bearers for this academic year:

Convener: Manan Popli

Deputy Convener: Aiman Kulsoom Rizvi

Secretary: Arshit Anand
Joint Secretary: Pallavi Prakash

Coordinators: Neelesh Kumar
Shwetank Sharma
Varun( 3 yr LL.b)

Resume Chamber

Amity Law School is organizing a 'RESUME CHAMBER' on 06 Feb, 2014 at 9:30AM - 1:00PM in the Moot Court Hall (I-2). For further details contact: 

Shorya Jaipal 8800425768
Gaurav Babbar 9911276877

Sunday, January 26, 2014

Victory in 3rd NALSAR Moot Competition, 2014

We are glad to inform that a team comprising of Sukriti Kashyap,Anu Singh & Mitash Charan qualified till the Quarter- Finals of 3rd NALSAR GST Memorial Criminal Law Moot Court Competition, 2014. Mitash Charan won the 'Best Researcher' award with a cash prize of Rs. 5000. Heartiest congratulations to him. The competition comprised of teams from all over India, with all the top national law schools participating.

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Workshop on Interview Preparation & Resume Writing

ALS, Noida is organizing a workshop on 'Interview Preparation & Resume Writing' for the 8th Semester. The workshop would be conducted in the Legal Aid Room:
 Session 1 : Preparation from the candidates end –conducted by Ms. Garima Wadhwa
 Session2: the employers perspective-conducted by Ms. Jyotica Bhasin(Partner, Bhasin& Bhasin)

The sessions would be taken up for two sections each:
 27 January –B.A. LL.b(hons) Section A and B for the first part of session; timings 1:30 pm onwards
 28 January- B.COM & B.B.A LL.b(hons) for the first part of session; timings 1:30 pm onwards.
 29 January- B.A. LL.b( hons) Section A,B for the second part of session; timings: 2:10 pm onwards.
 31 January- B.COM & B.B.A LL.b(hons) for the second part of session, timings: 2:10 pm onwards.

 It is expected that the above training program will contribute to better placements.

ACLR, 2014 Valedictory Media Coverage

 The following Press Clippings appeared in  National Dailies: 

[1/25/2014]Three day Amity Competition on Law Reforms concluded at Amity Law School, Noida
Dainik Jagran - Noida - Page No -24
[1/25/2014]Three day Amity Competition on Law Reforms concluded at Amity Law School, Noida
Hindi Hindustan - Noida - Page No -26
[1/25/2014]Three day Amity Competition on Law Reforms concluded at Amity Law School, Noida
Mahamedha - Noida - Page No -04
[1/25/2014]Three day Amity Competition on Law Reforms concluded at Amity Law School, Noida
Navbharat Times - Noida - Page No -04

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Amity Human Values Quarter, 2014 'Documentary Showcase'

Amity Institute of Information Technology

Amity Institute of Information Technology is organizing a Documentary Showcase event for students as the part of Amity Human Values Quarter 2014.
The purpose of this competition is to encourage creativity of students and cultivate Human Values.
You are requested to kindly disseminate the information among the students to submit their documentary on URL: HTTP:/TINYURL.COM/AHVQDS till January 28, 2014 at 5.00 P.M.
 For further query contact to:
 Faculty Coordinator:  Ms. Kanchan Hans, 9818657364
                                        Ms. Jyoti Khurana, 8882122930
 Student Coordinator: Mr. Mayank Dixit, 8800788787
                                        Ms. Nehal Goyal, 8860397875

ACLR, 2014 Inauguration Media Coverage

The following Press Clippings appeared in National Dailies: 
[1/24/2014]Three day Amity Competition on Law Reforms begins at Amity Law School, Noida
Amar Ujala - Noida - Page 07
[1/24/2014]Three day Amity Competition on Law Reforms begins at Amity Law School, Noida
Dainik Jagran - Noida - Page 20
[1/24/2014]Mr Atul Wassan, Former Cricketer inaugurated Amity Competition on Law Reforms
Deccan Chronicle - Online - Online
[1/24/2014]Mr Atul Wassan, Former Cricketer inaugurated Amity Competition on Law Reforms
Deccan Chronicle - Online - Online / Part2
[1/24/2014]Mr Atul Wassan, Former Cricketer inaugurated Amity Competition on Law Reforms
Indian Sports News Online - Online - Online
[1/24/2014]Three day Amity Competition on Law Reforms begins at Amity Law School, Noida
Hindi Hindustan - Noida - Page 22
[1/24/2014]Three day Amity Competition on Law Reforms begins at Amity Law School, Noida
Navbharat Times - Noida - Page 04
[1/24/2014]Three day Amity Competition on Law Reforms begins at Amity Law School, Noida
Punjab Kesari - Noida - Regional Supplement / Page 04
[1/24/2014]Three day Amity Competition on Law Reforms begins at Amity Law School, Noida
Rashtriya sahara - Noida - Page 08

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Upcoming Essay Competitions

This is to inform about the 1st ONGC – GNLU International Essay Competition on International Contracts on the theme “Recent Trends in International Contract, Jurisdictional Issues and the Global Commercial and Investment Governance”. This competition attempts to provide a platform for the law students for expressing their views on various aspects of International Contract and recent developments taking place across the globe in international transactions. The sub-themes / topics of the competition ensure to provide global relevance and encourage the participants to analyze and convey their thoughts and probable solutions on the topics.


CUTS Institute for Regulation & Competition (CIRC) as an institute and research organisation, has been actively contributing towards enhancing knowledge on competition and regulatory issues in the developing world. It is therefore with great pride we announce the First National Level Essay Competition on two themes:

  1. Competition Law & Policy and
  2. Economic Regulations in India.

We have partnered with Society for Indian Law Firms (SILF) and Services Export Promotion Council (SEPC) as Principal Partners and with National Law University, Delhi (NLUD) as Institutional Partner.  Lex Witness is our official magazine partner for this competition.

We formally invite applications for the same from your institution and request you to kindly place the accompanying poster (attached) appropriately on your notice board and disseminate the information among the students. We wish to receive as many applications from your institution and hope that they may win coveted accompanying awards. The last date of submission of the Essay’s is 15th March,2014. You can also visit the link for further details.

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Legal Essay

A legal essay on 'Information Technology and Governance' by Mr.Suvir Raghuvansh, 8th Sem (B.A. LL.B) has been selected among 14 highly commendable contributions in the Legal Essay Competition organized for Volume III of the Law Exam Times. We congratulate him on his achievement and may he bring more laurels to the college.

Friday, January 17, 2014

Victory in 'Extempore Competition'

Aiman Kulsoom Rizvi (B.A. LL.B 6th Semester) has won the First prize in the 'Extempore Competition' organized by the Literary Society, AIESR on 16th January. Shwetank Sharma (B.A. LL.B 2nd Semester) won the Second prize in the same competition. We congratulate them on their spectacular achievement and may they bring more laurels to the college.

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Paid Internship for 2009-14 Batch

This is to inform the 2009-14 batch about a paid internship opportunity at RSG Media SystemsIt designs innovative enterprise applications for major media and entertainment industry clients and other intellectual property owners. We provide software products and services that enable our customers to more profitably manage the evolving media landscape. Our clients include MTV Networks, Discovery Communications, Turner Broadcasting, the NBA, Major League Baseball, NBC, Wall Street Journal, Lifetime Television, Travel Channel, among many others. We are rapidly expanding and looking to recruit A-Players for our team worldwide. Interested students may send resume to Ms. Ruchi Sharma at


Stipend: 15-20 K
      Internship duration: 3 months

§  Strong command of the English language – written and verbal.
§  Bachelor’s degree from a reputed Law institute.
§  Total experience in the area of Contract drafting: 0-1 years

§  Assist with study phase of the implementations of RSG products
§  Assist Rights Business Analysts in the process of collecting, interpreting, and distilling customers’ business requirements into clear specifications and other product development artifacts
§  Perform Subject Matter Expert role in the area of Intellectual Property Rights
§  Translate Contractual rights restrictions into binary data to be entered into the RSG Rights product
§  Coordinate internally with technical development team, designers, and architect, to translate business requirements into product features and functions. Regularly report status to Product or Project Managers
§  Create clear and detailed process flows and user interface screens using Visio
§  Capture meeting notes, and create project artifacts
§  Communicate statuses for product development milestones to the internal business development team
§  Interpret product, market data, and client experiences into concise use case studies to be used later by QA team for quality assurance testing

Key Requirements

§  Excellent problem solving skills. Must be able to think creatively about issues to find a resolution
§  Should have displayed quick learning abilities in career
§  Must have knowledge of Intellectual Property Rights domain
§  Ability and confidence to work with all levels: senior management and staff
§  Should be willing to travel
§  Knowledge of the media, cable, and broadcasting space is desirable but not required
§  Experience of working in onsite-offshore model is desirable but not required
§  Technical writing skills and facility with Visio and PowerPoint are required

Monday, January 13, 2014

ALS v SILF, Cricket Friendly Match

An entertaining cricket match was organized between Amity Law School, Noida and Society of Indian Law Firms (SILF). The SILF team had players from top law firms like AZB, Amarchand, Luthra, JSA, Singh & Associates, Khaitan & Sood, H & S , SS Rana etc. 

Mr Lalit Bhasin, President of SILF was the chief guest for the event. Playing first, The visitors scored 182 in twenty overs. In a nail biting finish, the ALS team won by five wickets with four balls to spare. The fielders of both the teams did a commendable job.

Sunny Sharma of SILF won the Best Batsman award having scored 68 with nine fours and three sixes. The Best Bowler award went to Pranav Proothi and Rishabh Soni was declared the Best Fielder, both from ALS.

The pictures are attached below.

The Legal Battle of the Bat & Ball

The Prizes


     Glimpses of the Match

Mr Lalit Bhasin, President of SILF 

Maj Gen  Nilendra Kumar with the Chief Guest

The Commentators

Match Concluding Ceremony 

The Award Winners 

Covered by Shivamm Singh 

Friday, January 10, 2014


1. AMITY HOSTEL TALENT HUNT is being organized for the third year in succession. The concept of a Talent Hunt was introduced to provide the hostellers a platform to showcase their talent in different categories.

2. Amity Hostel Talent Hunt Season-III Finale is being organized on 10 Jan 2014 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at “H” block Courtyard.

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Seminar on Current Issues and Challenges before Forensics in Law

This is to inform that Amity Law School Noida is organizing a seminar on 'Current Issues and Challenges before Forensics in Law' in the month of March. The theme and sub-themes are molded to bring forth a discussion on the challenges being faced in the field of forensics with respect to law, develop a deeper understanding into the issue, create solutions to tackle those problems in the field of forensics. The topics would be ranging from computer forensics, DNA analysis to medico-legal consultancy, environmental forensics etc. The purpose of this seminar is to spread the awareness pertaining to new social trends, legislations, identification of lacunas and suggestions regarding their remedies and measures which will help in improving the criminal justice system.

Students interested to volunteer for the event are invited to attend a meeting on 13th January (Monday) at 1 pm in the Legal Aid Room and register on For further details contact:

Tanya Singhal
8th Semester

Grand Intra Trials, 2014

The Moot Court Society kick started the new year by organizing the Grand Intra Trials (Winter Edition) on 9th January, 2014. Moot Court is one of the primary modes of clinical legal education which prepares law students to face actual courtroom work, whose performance is adjudged by bench of judges. This trials problem tested the students on Constitutional law involving a Public Interest Litigation on the 'Rising Inflation' in the country of Kindia. Students from various semesters argued their case before a bench presided by the 3 most eminent faculties of Amity Law School. 

A total of seven teams entered into the battle of words, which saw a maximum spectators from the 1st year of 5 year and 3 year courses. Ms. Tanya Chaudhry (6th Semester) was declared the Best Speaker for the event and Ms. Chitwandeep Kaur (2nd Semester) bagged the Best Researcher award. The event was brilliantly organized and coordinated by the MCS team comprising Tanisha J.Munir, Ramaditya Tiwari, Anurag Andley and Abhinav Mishra under the guidance of Ms. Bhavna Batra.      

The Learned Bench 

The Respondents 
The Petitioners  

Trials in progress
Best Speaker- Tanya Chaudhry 

Best Researcher- Chitwandeep Kaur

Dr. J.S. Nair with Tanisha J. Munir (Convener, MCS)
Posted & Covered by Ronil Goger 

Placement Opportunity for 2008-13 batch

This is to inform the 2008-13 batch about a job opportunity at Intellevate India Pvt. Ltd. Interested students have to send their resume to Ms. Ruchi Sharma at immediately. (as this is an urgent requirement)

Please find attached the details below.


FIRM: Intellevate India Pvt. Ltd. (CPA Global, LPO)

Experience : 0-2 year
Location : Gurgaon
Working Days : Monday- Friday / Day Shift
Qualification : LLB
Remuneration :  Salary ( 25,000 less 10 % tax ) +cab ( free of cost ) +lunch ( free of cost )

Its a contractual job for three months as of now  ( which may be extended depending on the requirement/performance ).
Please find job description as below:


Intellevate India Pvt. Ltd.

Department: Document Review Team

Job Title:
Analyst – Document Review
Reporting To:
Assistant Manager – Document Review
Direct Reports:
Principle Purpose of Job
To perform a variety of functions related to the management of the discovery process, including executing first-pass review (The review and analysis of legal and non-legal documents for U.S. litigation matters) and detailed analysis of discovery-related materials. Our Attorneys will also assist with the management of client databases and preparing daily substantive evidence summaries.  Also, you will complete legal research and draft US litigation documents.
Main Accountabilities:
·         Assisting the Client Attorney(s) in indentifying important case materials.
·         Reviewing the documents for relevance to the case , privilege, and specific concepts.
·         Summarizing key evidence for client Attorney(s)
·         Receiving the communication related to the documents to be reviewed.
·         Completing Legal Research
·         Drafting memoranda
·         Drafting motions, briefs, and pleadings
·         Ensure work product quality
·         Construct and execute searches for relevant material in client databases
·         Work with team to ensure necessary steps are taken to review all the legal documents.
·         Occasionally interact / communicate with client through telephone.

Essential Eligibility Criteria:
·         Fresh Law Graduates with Law degree (L.L.B.) (with possibly 1+ years of experience) will be desirable.
·         Must be computer savvy and proficient in the usage of MS Office Suite.
·         Experience using any standard litigation support software platforms, as well as advanced “concept based” technology review applications preferred.
Required behaviours/Competencies
·         Must have a positive and constructive manner and should be solutions focused.
·         Strong Analytical skills
·         Detail Oriented
·         Able to understand, summarize, and organize large amounts of infromation
·         Must be enthusiastic, determined to succeed & should show 100% commitment.
·         Should deliver to deadlines & follow - up on commitments.
·         Should be able to prioritize a high volume and broad scope of tasks
·         Must be able to work accurately under pressure.
·         Should consider work from customer’s perspective to ensure customers’ needs are met.
·         Must be able to provide a consistent, professional approach to all work to ensure completete client trust
·         Must have strong and effective communication skills and be able to deliver a clear message.
·         Must have strong verbal and written English language skills.
·         Must have strong detail orientation & analytical skills