Surodeep Sanyal

Surodeep Sanyal

Assistant Lecturer

B.A. LL.B. (Amity University);

LL. M. (University of Sussex)


Enrolled with The Bar Council of West Bengal on the 5th of October 2021, Surodeep Sanyal has graduated in Law from Amity Law School, Amity University Kolkata and obtained his Legum Magister (LL.M.) in Criminal Law & Criminal Justice from Sussex Law School, University of Sussex, England. An alumnus of the oldest public school in India – La Martiniere for Boys, Kolkata where he won the laurels in English and Inter school elocution competitions. Articulation is his forte. He is a Criminologist & Assistant Lecturer in Law at Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat, Haryana.

A former senior moot coordinator of the Law department of Amity University, Kolkata took active part in organizing competitions and training entrants. He has been a speaker of a team of three to wrench the champion’s award in the National Moot Court Competition of the 1st North Bengal University National Moot Court Competition, 2018. Teamed with two other colleagues to be placed 10th in the 33rd BCI Trust – All India Inter University Moot Competition at ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad; 1st Runner Up in the Second State Level Amity Moot Court Competition, 2017. He has participated in the 7th KIIT National Moot Court Competition, 2019 at the School of Law, KIIT, 5th Justice Murtaza Husain Memorial Moot Court Competition 2018 at Unity Law and Degree College, Lucknow and The DMH Stallard Moot Court competition, 2021 at Sussex Law School, England.

His research skills were rewarded with the Best Paper Award at the 1st South Asian Conference on Countries Beyond Borders. Participated at the 1st National Seminar on Human Rights and Administration of Justice (2019) at Amity Law School, Kolkata, The BCI & AIR Law Academy & Research Centre, joint training program in Legal Drafting (March 2019), and it’s professional training & development program on Cyber Crime and Security, 5th Sri M. K Nambyar Lecture delivered by Prof. Catharine A. MacKinnon on Social Change through Law: Butterfly Politics at WBNUJS Kolkata, India.

Surodeep interned with luminaries of the High Court at Calcutta. The then Additional Solicitor General of India, Justice Kausik Chanda (as His Lordship then was), and subsequently under Justice Shekhar Saraf, Justice Subrata Talukdar and Justice Arijit Banerjee. While interning under Justice Banerjee, he had the rare opportunity of working very close to the Former Chief Justice of The High Court at Calcutta, Justice T. B Radhakrishnan. It was enriching to be tutored by them in forming opinions, finding the law and delving into the truth of the assertions.