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Tenth Leiden-Sarin Air Law Moot Court Competition

On the tenth anniversary of the international air law moot competition, the Sarin Foundation joined forces with Army Institute of Law to host the international rounds of the prestigious moot. The competition was held from 5th April, 2019 to 7th April, 2019. Earlier the National rounds (India) of the moot were held at the same venue on 2nd February, 2019.

Eighteen teams were shortlisted for the international rounds after clearing the national rounds of their respective countries. Before the competition began the teams and judges were taken to Arga, Uttar Pradesh to visit the Taj Mahal, followed by a dinner at the Dutch Embassy in New Delhi.

This year's proposition was about the conflict between two fictitious countries, Akira and Mayur. The conflict was over the use of Akira's airspace and the country's request to Mayur for extradition of two her nationals running a troll factory and manufacturing drones. National University of Singapore and Leiden University qualified to …

Thursday Activity - Talent Hunt

On 11th April, 2019 the students of AIL hurried to the Multi Purpose Hall for the Talent Hunt competition.

The rules of the competition were simple, the participants had to showcase any talent they had, be it singing, dancing, mimicry, acting, etc. All the performers put up exceptional performances that had the audience cheering and amused throughout. The atmosphere was filled with joy and happiness.
At the end of the performances, the judges had a tough time deciding the winners. The competition finally concluded with Sonu Parmar from the second year being declared the winner and a team of three comprising of Amrita, Harkirat and Vanshika from the first year adjudged the runners up.

Thursday Activity: Anti-Money Laundering Law in India

On 14th March, 2019 the multi purpose hall at Army Institute of Law was graced with the presence of Mr. Chitaranjan Aggrawal, an eminent Chartered Accountant. He delivered a lecture to the students with the aim to acquaint them with Anti-Money Laundering legislation in India. 
Money Laundering can be defined as "the concealment of the origins of illegally obtained money, typically by means of transfers involving foreign banks or legitimate businesses."
Mr. Aggrawal talked about the three stages of money laundering - placement, layering and integration. He then went on to discuss various statutes like FEMA, Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 as well as provisions in the Indian Penal Code that target the crime of money laundering.
It was an informative session that enlightened the students with regard to money laundering - a crime which is on the rise due to recent advances in the economic and technological sectors.

Surgical Strikes By India: An Account Of Taming The Beast By It’s Neck

“I wonder whether those of our political masters who have been put in charge of the defence of the country can distinguish a mortar from a motor; a gun from a howitzer; a guerrilla from a gorilla, although a great many resemble the latter.” ~ S.H.F.J Manekshaw
It’s been 38 years, since India won the 1971 war against Pakistan and brought it down to its knees by capturing 93,000 Pakistani Prisoners of War (POW). Fast forward it to the Kargil encounter in 1999, India was again seen to have tackled the non-state actors (as claimed by Pakistan) creating terrorism in the Kashmir Valley. Even in the 21st Century, our dear neighbor has not learned and still carries out such petty war tactics, which lead to a loss of life & property in India. It has been seen in the month of September 2016, that terrorists, along the Line of Control (LoC) in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK), have attacked the Indian Army bases at Poonch and Uri in Jammu and Kashmir. In a Press Conference conducted on 29th Septe…


On the 18th, 19th and 20th of January, 2019 the Army Institute of Law, Mohali conducted its annual National Moot Court Competition, Checkmate.

This was the 9th edition of the moot court and it saw participation from 26 teams from law schools around the country.

This year the proposition for Checkmate dealt with a naval dispute between two nations, which caused certain aspersions being cast upon the integrity of a senior naval officer. The questions of law pertained to the Naval Act, 1957 and Constitution of India. This year’s proposition was drafted by Gurnoor Singh Sandhu (5th year) and Adhiraj Bhandari (5th year) who were both felicitated for the same.

On 20th January, the finals were conducted in the Multi Purpose Hall, between Balasaheb Apte College of Law, Mumbai and Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad. 
The final rounds were judged by - Hon’ble Mr. Justice Arun Palli, Judge Punjab and Haryana High Court; Hon’ble Mr. Justice Gurmeet Singh Sandhawalia, Judge Punjab and Haryana High Court;

Alumni Meet 2018

AIL organised its annual Alumni Meet on the 24thNovember 2018. The alumni meet is conducted every year in order to reconnect with the Alumni and celebrate their success and various achievements.

A special welcome was extended to the Alumnis, followed by a cultural extravagance put up by the students, which was thoroughly enjoyed by the audience.