2nd Amity National Judgment Writing Competition 2018: Top Eight Judgments

By | December 21, 2018
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Top 8 Judgments

Legal Bites is proud to release the Top Eight Judgments of 2nd Amity National Judgment Writing Competition 2018. The 2nd Amity National Judgment Writing Competition 2018 organized in collaboration with Amity Law School and SCC Online.

The Judgment Writing Competition looks at a broad aspect of how laws learned about in classrooms are actually put to effect and implemented in courtrooms where facts play a crucial role and law is applied to these facts to set binding legal precedents and pave way for the judge-made law. For which the participants are required to draft judgment for the problem attached herewith.

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Rank 1

Name of Participant – Khirabdi Tannaya Rout and Shinde Sheetal Narayanrao

Name of College/University – Madhusudan Law College (Cuttack)

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Rank 2

Name of Participant – Malavika Jayakumar and Shivani Bhate

Name of College/University – Dr. DY Patil College of Law (Mumbai)

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Rank 3

Name of Participant – Divya A Jain

Name of College/University – Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian Law College, Bangalore

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Rank 4

Name of Participant – Sonakshi Singh and Tanya Arora

Name of College/University – Amity Law School, Noida

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Rank 5

Name of Participant – Harshita Malik and Harshvardhan Korada

Name of College/University – Amity Law School, Delhi

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Rank 6

Name of Participant – A. R. Hema

Name of College/University – Dr. Ambedkar Govt. Law College, Pudupakkam (Tamil Nadu)

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Rank 7

Name of Participant – Anandita Bhargava and Smita Gupta

Name of College/University – Rajiv Gandhi National Law University (Punjab)

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Rank 8

Name of Participant – Surbhi Burman and Smriti Walia

Name of College/University – Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies (Delhi)

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