Getting placed gives learners at a Law School a sense of fulfilment, not to mention the importance it holds for them career wise. The responsibility of handling campus recruitment is entrusted with the Training & Placement Cell of Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA. It strives to ensure that students can tap into the best possible opportunities.
To ensure the smooth running of the Cell, the Office bearers of the T&P Cell liaisons with the existing and prospective recruiters from Law Firms, Corporate Houses, Legal Practitioners, Law & Policy Research Organizations, PSUs, NGOs and Lawyers/ Advocates/AOR etc.
Being a constituent of Symbiosis International (Deemed University), SLS-NOIDA was established in 2010. Within a short span it has proven itself to be one of the fastest growing law schools in the country, 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 a plethora of opportunities for the budding lawyers. Eight batches have passed out from SLS-NOIDA and the alumni have gone on to join some of the most prestigious Organizations of India.
We at SLS-NOIDA conduct Training Workshops which helps equip our students with required and desired skillsets suited for various jobs. 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 has always been at the forefront to ensure that the bond between the professionals/alumni and the learners continues to grow. With this aim in mind, we are happy to announce the launch of our next initiative, ‘Professionals/Alumni Mentorship Programme 2022’ in which professionals/alumni from different backgrounds will be conducting sessions on various topics. Through this programme, our aim is to reach out to professionals/alumni who are experienced in their own fields and are willing to share their experiences with the learners, taking us another step closer towards building a more cohesive community.
The internet continues to boom with information and literature on almost every topic under the sun which often results in an overload of information. However, this cannot replace practical knowledge and experience that one gains by going through the process or learning from someone who has on field experience. Through this program, learners can seek guidance from our distinguished professionals/alumni who are working in varied fields and learn from their experiences.
We believe that our learner community would benefit considerably from the mentorship program as this initiative has been brought with a view to help learners understand the industry practice, gain from the experience of professionals/alumni, learn the nuances of different professions and in the process strengthen our repertoire with the professionals/alumni.
As part of the ‘Professional/Alumni Mentorship Programme 2022’, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA in collaboration with ‘The Dialogue’ has organized Leaf II: Session on ‘Building A Career in Public Policy’ on Saturday, May 21, 2022 from 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM in Moot Court Hall, Third Floor, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA.
The multidisciplinary world of public policy is open for professionals from all domains to work collaboratively. Public policy has emerged as one of the most sought careers for legal professionals owing to the vast opportunities to apply some of the core legal skills for facilitating governance, law-making, business, and social good. From government departments, peace-keeping organizations, and business conglomerates to consultancies, not-for-profits and grassroots NGOs, public policy professionals facilitate socially informed discussions on crucial issues impacting almost every aspect of our life. This session with resource persons from working with varied arms of the public policy sector will be focused on understanding the importance and opportunities in the sector and how the learners can leverage the time in law school to launch their careers in public policy.
The fourfold objectives of this session are:
The Dialogue is a public-policy think- tank with a vision to drive a progressive narrative in India’s policy discourse. Founded in 2017, it believes in facilitating well-researched policy debates at various levels to help develop a more informed citizenry, on areas around technology and development issues. The Dialogue has been ranked as the world’s Top 10 think- tanks to watch out for, by the Think-Tank and Civil Societies Programme (TTCSP), University of Pennsylvania in their 2020 and 2021 rankings.
Mr. Pravir Singh works as a Legal, Legislative & Policy Consultant to Members of Parliament across party lines. He was the Chief Advisor (Legislative & Policy) at the Office of Mr. Rajeev Satav, Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha from 2017 to 2019.
In his current role, Mr. Pravir is responsible for handling the Parliamentary, Policy & Political advisory related matters for Members of Parliament. In his previous assignment he has assisted Mr. Satav on making interventions in Parliament during Question Hour, Zero Hour, Rule 377, debates on important bills & drafting of Private Members Bill. A few of the notable Private Members Bill drafted by his office include All India Services (Amendment) Bill, Amendment of Article 148 & 324 of the Constitution etc. Mr. Pravir has also assisted Shri Rajeev Satav in his role as AICC I/C for the State of Gujarat.
Mr. Pravir was selected for the prestigious LAMP Fellowship in 2016-17 & worked with a Member of Parliament from Bhartiya Janta Party.
Mr. Pravir is an alumnus of Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA (Batch 2010-15) & holds degrees in Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Laws (BBA. LL.B.). He has completed Master of Laws (LL.M.) with specialization in Constitutional & Administrative Law from Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar.
Mr. Prayank works at the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW) in New Delhi as Special Assistant to the CEO. In his current role, he manages international collaborations and stakeholder relationships, supports the Council's government and industry relations in India, and contributes to research initiatives in public policy, geo-engineering governance, net-zero targets, and youth advocacy. His expertise includes climate governance, environmental justice, migration and human security. He specialises in international negotiations and processes, non-profit strategy, and higher education.
Mr. Prayank has been a consultant for non-profit organisations in US and India, including the Fletcher School, Namati, UNITAR, Congress of Nations and States, Green Pro Bono, and Jan Sahas. Prior he was with the International Advocacy team at the Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI) in Delhi.
Mr. Prayank as a mooter has represented Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA at national and international moot court competitions. The most notable achievements during such participation include: Best Memorial at World Rounds of Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Competition, 2015 (Geneva), Second Best Memorial at World Rounds of Stetson Environmental Moot Court Competition, 2017 (Florida, USA).
Mr. Prayank is an alumnus of Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA (Batch 2012 -17) & holds degrees in Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws (BA. LL.B.) and holds a Master of International Law (LL.M.) from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University in the USA. He also holds a diploma in Comparative European Law from ISIL, New Delhi.
Mr. Karan is a Research Fellow at the Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy. He was a part of the team that assisted the Ministry of Corporate Affairs with the research and drafting of the Company Law Committee Report.
Prior Mr. Karan held positions at the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP) and the National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER), where he worked on regulatory governance and judicial administration. He has also written for the Leap Blog and has been an occasional columnist for the Indian Express, the Times of India, and the Quint.
Mr. Karan is an alumnus of Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA (Batch 2015-20) & holds degrees in Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Laws (BBA. LL.B.).
Ms. Shruti is a digital rights lawyer & a public policy researcher managing the Platform Regulation vertical at the Delhi-based Tech Policy Think Tank called The Dialogue. At The Dialogue, Shruti is engaged in conducting multimethod research on varied legal and policy issues including social media regulation, online safety, privacy & data protection. Shruti also leads the engagement initiatives of The Dialogue collaborating with grassroots women & child safety NGOs & state institutions to deliver sensitisation programs on online safety & digital rights for marginalised communities.
Ms. Shruti has authored op-eds for leading Indian dailies and has been invited to multiple national and international expert stakeholder consultations alongside luminaries in the digital rights space.
Ms. Shruti is an alumnus of Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA (Batch 2016-21) & holds degrees in Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Laws (BBA. LL.B.). She was awarded the Late Jayatee Deshmukh Gold Medal for the most outstanding performance across all undergraduate programs of the Symbiosis International University.
Mr. Pranav serves as an Empowerment Program Specialist at a global non-profit the Internet Society where he works to nurture the future champions of the Internet. In his previous avatar, he managed the Program on Platform Regulation & Encryption Technology, & co-lead projects on Future of Work, Online Safety & Privacy at a Delhi-based Think Tank The Dialogue.
Mr. Pranav is an alumnus of Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA (Batch 2015-20) & holds degrees in Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws (BA. LL.B.). He received the V.K. Krishna Menon Gold Medal for his academic excellence in International Law and Diplomacy at the Indian Society of International Law.
Mr. Pranav has published doctrinal and empirical research in diverse areas like Governance, AI-Ethics, Human Rights, Constitutional Law, International Humanitarian Law & Education Policy. A former Early Career Fellow (2021) and a Youth Internet Governance Fellow (2019), hosted by the Internet Society, Pranav has been actively advocating for an open, globally connected, secure, and trustworthy internet.
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Ms. Pallavi Mishra,
Assistant Professor & Head - Training & Internships
Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA
Mr. Jitendra Choudhary,
Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA
It provides a chance to interact with professionals from the industry and get to know the good in you and the areas where there is scope for improvement. Thus, with a purpose to ameliorate learners’ holistic development and professional conduct, learners are trained on the following aspects:
The internship program is a short-term workplace experience whereby a learner works under professional supervision in order to gain practical experience. These academic internships are a bridge to link theory and practice by taking part in professional work. These internship programs improve personal and professional skills and gain experiences, thus creating a plethora of opportunities for the learners to engage in post law school. These training programs and the right internships can change the whole equation.
It is a regular internship during summer break. The learners are expected to undergo a minimum of four weeks of internship during the months of November - December in a respective academic year. Learners are advised to choose from Advocates, Judicial and Legal Authorities, Legislatures, Law Firms, or any other organization with opportunities to learn the practicality of law. It shall be the responsibility of the learner to have the Internship assessed and countersigned by the Faculty-In-charge as per the schedule published by the Training and Placement Cell.
It is a regular internship during summer break. The learners are expected to undergo a minimum of four weeks of internship during the months of May-June in a respective academic year. Learners are advised to choose from Advocates, Judicial and Legal Authorities, Legislatures, Law Firms, or any other organization with opportunities to learn the practicality of law. It shall be the responsibility of the learner to have the Internship assessed and countersigned by the Faculty-In-charge as per the schedule published by the Training and Placement Cell.
The above stages vary from Company to Company.
Assistant Professor & Head - Internships,
Training and Placement
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