INDIAN LAW STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION (ILSA)
Indian Law Students’ Association (hereinafter referred to as “ILSA”) is a subset of the Indian Lawyers’ Association (hereinafter referred to as “ILA”). ILSA is an independent, non- profit making organization formed with an intent to bring together law students across universities in India. ILSA plans to work in close connection and under the guidance of the ILA. ILSA aims at providing its members a platform to develop their existing skills and acquire new ones, to interact with fellow students and experienced practitioners from different law colleges across India, discuss on career pathways & community outreach.
Aim & Objectives
Professional development through educational events
Be the collective voice for law students
Promote social responsibility amongst students
Generate helpful databases
ILSA Chapter Structure
Each law school in India may organize an ILSA Chapter. Each Chapter will have its own board with the following structure:
- President -Elect
- Vice President Monthly Events
- Vice President Membership
- Vice President Pro Bono
membership, organize monthly events & network with other Chapters.
The Chapter Committee is independent in its working. It submits its quarterly assessment report to the Advising Committee. This quarterly assessment report helps determine the working of the Chapter and assists the Advising Committee understand the outcomes achieved in order to fulfil its supportive role.