The College has well-furnished Moot Court Hall. To encourage the skill of
advocacy and to train the students in arguments, the Moot Court Competitions
are held regularly. The Moot Court Committee conducts selection round to train
the students, the selected students will be sent to participate in various National
& International Level Moot Court Competitions. The Mock trials, client
counseling sessions will be conducted in the Moot Court Hall to enrich the
students with skills of advocacy.
The College conducts National level Competitions regularly in which
participants across the country take part. The same are judged by High Court
Judges and Winners are awarded with Cash Prizes.
The Environmental Cell of ABBS School of Law was established with the motto of
incorporating a sense of responsibility towards the environment among students and creating
awareness about each person's individual responsibilities to contribute in the prevention of
future degradation of the environment. The Committee educate the students in campus and
people off campus about the need for environment conservation and Sustainable
Development through various activities like Plantation Drive, Awareness Camps, National
Seminars, Webinars, Competitions. The Cell also takes the initiative to celebrate
environmentally important Days through awareness creation.
- To inculcate the students a sense of responsibility towards environment and its
- To critically analyse government policies on environment related aspects in various
- To effectuate spreading awareness regarding environment conservation.
The Sports Committee Of Abbs Law School(SCL) conducts meetings once a
term to discuss sporting participation, coordination of teams, facilities,
equipment, setting policies, funding opportunities and all issues relating to
Mission: To nourish the budding sportsmen and strengthen the sporting
environment among students.
Cultural committee is responsible to organise and promote all intra and inter
collegiate cultural events in the college to bring out the hidden talents of the
students in performing arts. To Plan and make a Schedule of cultural events
during the academic year and to encourage students to participate.
Human rights has implicit importance as they are considered indispensable for the survival of
human beings. ABBS School of Law has recognized human values and has established
Human Rights Cell in 201
8-19. Human Rights cell is constituted to promote and preserve human rights in the campus.
The main focus of the cell is to implement human rights through effective institutional policy
development, capability building and control of human rights violations.
- The Centre for Human Rights Cell aims to provide a “forum where students are able
to further their knowledge of modern correctional issues and to bring their classroom
learning to life”
- Presentations by students on various topics like Domestic Violence, Right to
Information, Sex workers in India.
ABBS SPEAK DEBATE:
ALTERNATE DISPUTE RESOLUTION CELL
The Alternate Dispute Resolution Cell at ABBS School of Law undertakes various activities
like Research, Training for Competitions and Conducting Seminars and responsible for
Weekly Classes to make all the students aware of the theoretical nuances of ADR. The
members collectively work towards polishing the skills of students and guiding them to
pursue their ADR interests.
facilitate, support, promote, and protect the academic independence of its
teachers, researchers, and students as well as scientific inquiry and research
fostering the growth of IP at the Institute through fostering an inventive culture;
Give everyone a clear awareness of their rights and obligations, as well as the
interests of the Institute and its members:
Create a procedure for managing intellectual property rights and a policy to
turn the money created by the Institute into knowledge;
enabling the institute to utilise intellectual property (IP) in a way that benefits
the institute, the inventors, and society at large.