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Sunday, May 25, 2014

An Alumni Letter to the Best Mentor

A letter that Director Sir received Yesterday and wishes to share with everyone. He greatly values the sentiments of the sender.

Subject: Letter to the best mentor
Dear Sir,
I wanted to extend my deepest regard and thank you for everything ALS gave us. I was eagerly waiting for result day to send this mail to you as otherwise it wouldn't have been ethically right on my part.
Sir, I cannot describe in words what ALS has given me. I'm a different adult altogether from what i was 5 years back.  
I thank you for all the guidance, love, support you gave us throughout our college life. Today Sir i feel very happy to tell you that I secured a good SGPA in my last Semester and I will be passing out with a first division. My parents were extremely happy to know about my performance. 
I have so many good memories of getting scoldings from you, getting directions from you, listening to your finely articulated sentences, which actually makes me feel that I'm not leaving this college empty handed but with a basket-full of memories to cherish. The best thing I will be taking along is "experience" in all the fields a student can think of which I don't think any other college could have ever given me. 
In ALS, I always felt that students are motivated to explore new dimensions whether its Moots, debates, sports, cultural,etc. Throughout my college days I received remarkable support from all faculty members which was like a blessing, they not only supported but also appreciated on our achievements to a great extent.
In the end I wanted to let you know that this was the best place I could have ever enrolled in. For me I have been in ALS during its Golden era and I'm sure it will continue to progress and shine forever.

Thank you so much,Sir.

Yours Sincerely,

Batch 2009-2014

Friday, May 16, 2014

Interview with Maj. Gen. Nilendra Kumar, Director & Dean of Amity Law School, Noida, AUUP

Maj. Gen. Nilendra Kumar, Director & Dean of Amity Law School, Noida, AUUP was interviewed on 12th May, 2014 at Amity Law School, Noida by Ms. Mokshda P. Bhusan, Dr, Kavita Surbhi & Dr. Annirudh Vashishtha. Nilendra Sir spoke on Role of legal education, current legal challenges, development in the law fraternity, his aims, future goals etc. Commissioned in the Artillery Maj. Gen. Nilendra Kumar saw action on the western front during 1971 Indo-Pak war. He studied for his law degree at Lucknow University and was seconded to the Judge Advocate General's Deptt. in 1982. He was Indian Army's Judge Advocate General from 2001 to 2008. He writes extensively on security jurisprudence and Human Rights and has presented papers at seminars in India and abroad. Authored thirteen books out of which "Nani Palkhivala : A Role Model" has been included in the legal classics. He teaches Interpretation of Statutes, Professional Conduct & Legal Ethics at ALS.

Sunday, May 11, 2014

The New Flier of Amity Law School, Noida

Workshop on IPR Law and Public Interest Advocacy in 2015

Amity Law School, Noida has been selected to organise a workshop on IPR Law and Public Interest Advocacy at the Amity University Campus, Noida from 6th to 10th May, 2015. The event is part of Continuing Legal Education/Professional Development Workshop for Advocates/Law Teachers. It is being sponsored by IBA-CLE Chair of National Law School of India University, Bangalore together with Menon Institute of Legal Advocacy Training, Trivandrum. Those interested may approach : 

Friday, May 2, 2014

WINNERS of "Who owns Gutthi" Contest

Brands And Fakes has announced the winners of the Article presentation contest - “Who owns Gutthi”. We are proud to inform that all the three finalists are students of Amity Law School, Noida
Ms. Pragya Wazir has been declared as overall winner followed by Ms. Priyanka Mittal & Ms. Tanya Singhal who holds the first and second runners up respectively.
Over 200 entries were received for this contest and the winners have been announced after a thorough evaluation process carried out by some of the well known and eminent lawyers from the IPR domain.
Heartiest congratulations to the winners and their families. We all are proud of their achievements & may they bring more laurels for the college. Cheeeeeers. 

Winner - Pragya Wazir 

1st Runner Up - Priyanka Mittal
2nd Runner Up - Tanya Singhal 

Thursday, May 1, 2014

List of Participants of "Who Own's Gutthi" Contest

The following students participated in a legal article presentation contest on "Who Own's Gutthi" conducted in March by Brands And Fakes:
  1. Pragya Wazir
  2. Priyanka Mittal
  3. Tanya Singhal
  4. Ronil Goger
  5. Rishabh Singhal
  6. Shreya Verma
  7. Ayush Choudhary
  8. Bhavneet Singh
  9. Sejal Agarwal
  10. Nikhil Goyal
  11. Tapasya Gupta
  12. Samridhi Arora
  13. Manu Padalia
  14. Surbhi Singh
  15. Shreya Ganguly
  16. Shivani Rastogi
  17. Navin James
  18. Shivangi S. Parihar

Heartiest congratulations to the winners and participants. The ALS family is proud of their endeavours and wish them success.