Jayati Garg (Convenor)
“A life lived for others is a life worthwhile.”
Jayesh Kumar Singh (Deputy Convenor)
“As a member of the LAAC, one gets to grow in different spheres of college life. Be it the field work in Surpura or research work handed over by the committee, all give you different exposures to improve yourself. That’s my reason for being associated with the committee. Moreover the committee is improving its standards day by day by exploring different avenues in the legal-aid work. ”
Pallavi Diwakar (Deputy Convenor)
“After coming to college and getting to know about LAAC, I found an avenue to ignite my inclination towards social service. I feel honored to be a part of this committee and I wish to carry forward the message of this committee to my home town, Kanpur. ”
Achal Mittal (Senior Member)
LAAC is the best place to be if you are empathetic and wish to give back to society through your knowledge of the law. it is not just a committee, it’s a mentor and an indelible experience.
Anmol Jain (Senior Member)
“LAAC….a group, bringing new shines and enriching the scope of legal aid….along with legal aid, this committee is excogitating new limits in the ambit of legal awareness….it’s an honour to be a part of this committee!!”
Anvesha Pipariya (Senior Member)
“My work schedule has changed, the one constant is, when work with legal aid committee for novel, I try to work seven days a week, so as not to lose touch with that world. Within that, I am flexible on hours and output.”
Chahak Agarwal (Senior Member)
“‘Be the change you want to change’. Always been inspired by this quote, I decided to be a part of the small change to bring out a big change!”
Jayesh Karnawat (Senior Member)
“Being a part of LAAC has given me both, the means and the opportunity to reach out to people and aid those who are unable to avail the same.”
Pragya Singh (Senior Member)
“LAAC gave me the opportunity to do actual ground work where it counts. The satisfaction that you get from helping people with really significant issues who may not get help otherwise is extraordinary.”
Raja R Roy (Senior Member)
“LAAC is not only a committee but also hope in itself, a committee which is and will always there for magnanimous causes…”
Shrestha Mathur (Senior Member)
“My purpose of working with the LAAC is to be a Mike in a world of Harveys. To clarify for people who don’t watch suits; I aspire to be a compassionate and approachable lawyer, who can be a part of social justice. Hopefully, my endeavours with LAAC will make me a better and happier person.”
Ujjwal Bharadwaj (Senior Member)
“First duty of society is doing justice- Our team of LAAC make people realize their duty.”
Vibhav Krishna (Senior Member)
“Change cannot and will not happen overnight. But the intent to evolve will produce opportunities for growth. I am proud to be a member of the LAAC which sets the platform to bring a change, no matter how small it may be.”
Akash Mukherjee (Member)
“I don’t want to be a product of my environment. I want my environment to be a product of me- an iconic quote from the departed but explains exactly why the legal aid and awareness committee works to bring a change.”
Devesh Kumar (Member)
“As the Motto says ‘Dharmorkshtirkshit’, the committee and its member try to save the people from legal intricacies so that human will save the earth from other intricacies. Also, it encourages me to use the profession practically and help every single person wholeheartedly.”
Jasmine Valmiki (Member)
LAAC, to me, is the Sun in moments of despair, darkness and desolation which forms a part of every man and woman, who is destitute and disadvantaged. I feel blessed to be a part of LAAC.”
Nagmani Kumar (Member)
I always think of helping others is the primary move in making the world a better place and enriching the lives of those who are not as lucky as others”. We reside in a country where the bulk of the community comprises of oppressed and needy Poor people, due to lack of legal awareness, and knowledge they are usually deprived of benefits and incapable of availing the legal aids. Here, the LAAC provides free legal guidance and counseling for people from different sections of society, and it gives me with fair chances to help others in this noble cause and also motivates me further to fulfill its main objectives.
Nishtha Ojha (Member)
The reason I chose this field of career was not so that I could heavy down my pockets, or set up a lucrative career for myself so that could feed my ego with smashes of fame and power, but so that I could help someone who lacks the means I have and make him as potential an asset to the society as I am. The purpose of my life has always been to better down the record of my deeds and be of a help to the society and the world and LAAC provides me with ample opportunities to do the same and provides me a feeling of satisfaction.
Pragyansh Nigam (Member)
“In this world where everyone is living selfishly to earn money and compete with others at a superficial level, LAAC provides me with a platform to work at the ground level and do something for the betterment of the society with a selfless attitude.”
Saloni Srivastava (Member)
“Safeguarding the rights of others is the most beautiful and noble thing that laac performs along with spreading awareness and empowering the masses. that is why i am very passionate about working in this committee.”
Vaibhav Kansara (Member)
“I am very gladful that I am a member of LAAC. The most important aspect of the committee that pleases me is its activeness to solve any problem and spreading awareness regarding many social issues, like – conducting a traffic regulation street drama, poster making competition etc. The spiritual satisfaction that I get by helping people and giving them is an important part of my life.”
Abhisekh Choudhary (Member)
“LAAC’s noble cause outwits every pain. It is one such committee whose output is always 100% without failure. Joining it fills every void with satisfaction
Aditya Shekhar (Member)
“Legal Aid and Awareness Committee is working for a noble cause i.e. social inclusion of the marginalised who are unaware of their rights and making them empowered. I want to join this committee so that I can better channelize my own potential on this experienced platform.”
Adya Garg (Member)
“Being the privileged one by virtue of the family I was born in, I carry a moral responsibility that in addition to striving for success in my professional life, I also have to use my education, my skills and my influence to make a difference in any way I could for the less fortunate ones and that is why I am at LAAC.
Kalpesh Bhagat (Member)
“In this world of harsh struggles and suffering humanity, a lot number of people, all around us wanting to be helped by the able, they are also in a constant zeal to find a medium to raise their voices and want it so badly, like us, to cherish the plethora of opportunities provided by the 21 st century. Legal Aid and Awareness Committee is one such instrument that has the potential to initiate a chain of transformation that would render many lives worth surviving. This opportunity of severing humankind, by whatever means, would be an amazing journey, and I do not want to miss this ride.
Namrata Jeph (Member)
“To voice, the subaltern and protecting rights conferred by law has been and is the ultimate goal of law in operation. Legal aid and awareness committee through its various initiatives makes a worthy attempt to curb ignorance and injustice from society. Its objectives of empowerment of rural women and the school going population help it work at the grass-root level. The committee’s successful programmes such as lex quest, various awareness drives, milke karenge RTE ko sarthak and many other are sufficed to show the efficiency and dedication of the team members toward the committee and its objectives.
Pradyumna Bisht (Member)
I firmly believe LAAC is a platform through which one can contribute significantly to the betterment of the society. The driving force of committee reasonates with my personal conviction of serving people self-lessly. By being associated with LAAC I have the satisfaction of serving the unprivileged and the work also fuels my self esteem, hence it’s a win win.
Raajash Kulmi (Member)
“The LAAC fully understands its responsibility towards the society and the fellow citizens. Dissemination of information regarding the legal rights and remedies available with the people is one of the most important functions of a legally aware citizen. I wish to pursue my fundamental duty of rendering national service by spreading the light of knowledge which I am fortunate to possess. The principle of rule of law has been enshrined in our constitution and legal aid to all is necessary to preserve this. I will be contributing to what I am capable of for the welfare of the society and will cherish the idea of justice for all.
Rajesh Ranjan (Member)
“Legal aid and awareness committee is giving me an opportunity to work for the social cause. This committee is working for social changes and paved the way for revolutionary changes in society.
Tanvi Goswami (Member)
“Legal aid and awareness committee is one such platform where I can do something for others which makes me feel satisfied and gives me inner peace and happiness. I want to make use of my legal knowledge and benefit the people as I can. I want to help especially the women who are the victim of this patriarchal society. This committee gives us real-life experiences and to learn a lot about the same. this committee can make a difference and I want to be the part that changes.”
Vishwas Agarwal (Member)
For me, LAAC is that platform in law school which gives me the opportunity to work and move towards the God’s idea that every human being is equal.
Aarzoo Gang (Member)
Nothing exalts the soul or gives it a sheer sense of buoyancy and victory so much as being used to change the lives of other people.
Ananya Awasthi (Member)
“Working for LAAC in one word can be defined as rewarding. Time is dedicated taking on real issues that the law can fix. The involvement helps in interacting with people from all spheres of life, learn and be inspired from them. Working here makes you content going to sleep knowing your actions might have helped bring a smile to someone’s face, or helped anyone in the smallest way possible.”
Aradhya Dixit (Member)
“We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone”
LAAC has given me the platform to do my bit in making the society a better place to live in.
Avni Kumar (Member)
“Nothing exalts the soul or gives it a sheer sense of buoyancy and victory so much as being used to change the lives of other people.”
Bhavya Kansara (Member)
“There is no greater joy nor greater reward than to make a fundamental difference in someone’s life.”
Daksha Bairwa (Member)
“I wanted to join the legal aid committee as it would give me the exposure to the ground reality while providing them free legal aid service.Also, it would provide me the platform to interact with people belonging to different sections of the society and with the members of the committee too. It would also teach me the skills of working together as a team.”
Deeptam Bhadauria (Member)
“Legal aid is central to righting wrongs and rectifying injustice.” The poor and the unaware people being kept in the dark and not given justice are equal to the law and rights being unfair to all the citizens. This Committee helps in bettering situation at grassroots level and makes you feel honored to be a part of something important.
Jahanvi Jajoo (Member)
“LAAC helps the people to solve the labyrinth of legal functioning in which all ground level people are trapped. This fascinates me to be part of the Committee.”
Naivedhya Kala (Member)
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”
Raghav Sharma (Member)
“Semper Ad Meliora”
“The Legal Aid & Awareness Committee is a ship of hope and enlightenment for the people drowning in the darkness & fog of illiteracy and vagueness of the law, and I am content to be just one of its sailor, rowing to liberate the people oblivious of the law.” An Act of smallest kindness is better than greatest intentions.
Srijesh Singh (Member)
“There is no higher religion than human service. To work for the common good is the greatest creed.”
Tisha Gupta (Member)
“Wanna live my life aiding a person in more ways than one.”