In a world where competition grows by the seconds and multiplies by minutes, internships and placements have become a yardstick for excellence. In our desire to be the best, we have continuously strived towards building everlasting bonds with our corporate partners. Excellence, they say, flows beyond boundaries. We, at Lloyd, believe that the journey has just begun as we aspire to scale newer heights and in the process explore uncharted terrains.
Lloyd Law College has an elite placement division to facilitate the placements for its students. The Cell provides pre-placement training in soft skills to all students to enable them to appraise the modern corporate requirements. The Placement Division also supports training in Aptitude Assessment, Mock Interviews, Group Discussions, etc.
The IP Cell of the college provides Internship opportunities to the students in various companies, law firms, NGOs, LPOs and also with independent lawyers, these opportunities help enhance practical experience of the students and make them prepare for the professional world.
The Placement division works with Corporate and other professional institutions to build upon the overall development of students as per industry requirements. Lloyd Law College through its Placement Cell is committed to provide the best talent for corporate and professional industry.
The Placement Cell coordinates with recruiting companies and manages the entire end to end placement process.
- To expose students to laws in application and contexts where one should perceive solutions of practical legal scenario which is learnt beyond class room environment.
- To enable students to learn elements of legal practice such as legal research, argumentation, legal drafting, legal problem solving and practice management.
- To inculcate in students observation and reflection of professional standards, in terms of values and ethics, in his professional conduct and social responsibility.
The college has associated itself with institutions like SILF (Society of Indian Law Firm) and MILAT (Menon Institutes of Legal Advocacy and Training) to promote the skill development of its students through different internship programs.
Post ‘Internship Break’ every student of the law school will be asked to submit his/her internship report to be attested by the Mentor under whom he/she has completed his internship which is to be followed by an oral presentation on the work that he/she has undergone/undertaken during the mentioned internship. This report and presentation shall be commuted to the ‘Attendance’ committee for the calculation criterion for attendance. The schedule of ‘Internship Presentation’ shall be communicated to the students by the Cell.