Thursday Diaries: Scene 1

(The MPH is full of students and teachers, slight hooting, seniors at the back and juniors in the front, as says tradition.) Hastily ran the students, to make their way to the MPH, the lazy afternoon making it ever so hard. What was riveting though, was the topic for today’s lecture, ‘Limited Liability Partnership’ of…

Escorts Ceremony 2016

  On 26th of August, The Escorts Ceremony was organized for the first years in the multipurpose hall. The event was great and was very well planned by the second years to mark the beginning of the journey of the first year. Escorts ceremony is yet another tradition in AIL which is held before the…

ICICI Recruitment-2016

“The price of success is hard work, dedication, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.” Keeping this in mind the Batch of 2017 sat for the ICICI Recruitment on 23rd August, 2016. Around 33 students sat for the recruitment which was to take…

AIL shines at Spiritus-2016

Every August a contingent of about 50 people represents AIL at NLS Bangalore’s annual sports fest-Spiritus. The AIL contingent outdid itself this time and won the spiritus sports shield for the Best Contingent. They competed with over 30 law colleges from all over the country. AIL also won the following medals: Basketball Men- GOLD Volleyball Men-GOLD Gaming(AOE)-GOLD…

The Blue Pencil Alumni AMA Session 1: Rupa Pathania (Class of 2004)

The Blue Pencil hosted the first session of the Blue Pencil Alumni AMA on Wednesday, August 17, 2016. Rupa Pathania (Class of 2004) was our first guest. “As the Common Room Secretary, I used to put a lot of fines on students. So, on contrary to what your introduction said, I was not really liked…

70th Independence Day Celebrations at AIL

On the crisp Monday morning of 15th of August 2016, we celebrated the 70th Day of Independence of our Country. With students in good numbers, the flag was hoisted on the college grounds and the national anthem was sung in unison with pride and honour. The students enlightened the gathering with the importance of this…

Blood Donation Camp – 2016

“Tum humein khoon do, Hum tumhe refreshments denge”   ‘Rotary and Blood Bank Society Resource Centre’, the only stand alone blood bank in Chandigarh organised a Blood Donation Camp in the college on 10th August 2016. Students from all the five batches along with some of the faculty members enthusiastically donated blood during the camp….

Aman Virk (Class of 2014) on AIL and joining the Armed Forces

Aman Virk is from the Class of 2014. Right after college, he joined the Armed Forces. In this interview he talks about his time at the college, internship at top law firms and joining the Armed Forces. Shreya Vajpei: Did you always plan to do law? How did AIL happen? Aman Virk: Honestly, AIL happened…

Formal Intro – 2016

On 11th August 2016, the Formal Introduction of the first year students took place in the MP Hall. The formal intro, which wasn’t really formal, is yet another tradition that is followed in AIL. All the first years were eagerly waiting for their immediate seniors to come and help them with their exceptional make-overs. This…

The Blue Pencil Symposium: Day 5 – Entrepreneurship/NGO/Sports

Session 1: Entrepreneurship On the last day of the Blue Pencil symposium entrepreneurship and its scope in the legal profession was the first topic which was brought onto the floor by Manik Gupta. He emphasized on the overlooked entrepreneurial potential of the legal profession and the traditional stigmas attached to it. The intermix of technology…

The Blue Pencil Symposium: Day 4 – Judiciary/Litigation

Hoshiyar! Khabardar! Adaalat mei karvahi shuru hone jaa rahi hai. Session 1: Judiciary The fourth day of the symposium was much awaited by the budding judges of various batches. The students were addressed by Subah Khanna, a 5th year student, who herself is preparing for judiciary. She helped the students get acquainted with the judicial…