LLOYD LAW COLLEGE
Lloyd Law College, ever since its inception in 2003 has been promoting research activities amongst the students and faculties. The Lloyd Law College Research Centre was established with the purpose of creating a dedicated approach for inculcating and undertaking research activities and also promoting research amongst the students and faculties.
The Research Cell has been established with the following objectives:
1. Ability to conduct effective legal research is a must for all law graduates irrespective of the careers they pursue after graduation.
2. The Research Cell proposes to ensure that all the law students irrespective of their year of study are equipped with adequate research skills by providing them with the ability to locate, evaluate and use the needed information.
3. The Cell also proposes to identify and invite students and teachers who have passion for research, to join the Cell and encourage them in pursuing serious research work.
4. It shall be the endeavour of the Research Cell to promote research and scholarships in various fields of law and come up with leading research publications and undertake research projects on contemporary socio- legal issues.
Presently, the Research Cell is headed by Prof. Dr. Kameshwari Goda (Director, Research Cell) and Dr. Kavitha Chalakkal (Assistant Director, Research Cell). The Cell is supported by a group of dedicated team comprising of faculty members along with a selected number of students from both B.A. LL.B and LL.B batches.