5th Law College Dehradun National Moot Court Competition on Constitutional Law | Register by March 25

By | March 4, 2021
5th Law College Dehradun National Moot Court Competition on Constitutional Law

Law College Dehradun, Faculty of Uttaranchal University invites you to the new edition of its annual mooting affair, the 5th Law College Dehradun National Moot Court Competition at Dehradun, Uttarakhand.

About the Competition

The Constitution of our country is the suprema lex, it is the law to which all laws surrender and must adhere. Law College Dehradun, faculty of Uttaranchal University National Moot Court Competition is an annually hosted national-level moot court competition based on Constitutional Law. This Competition is considered to be of great repute by the mooting circuits of the country. It is administered by the Moot Court Society of the college. Other than contributing to the field of Constitutional Law, this Competition serves as a channel through which young law students can showcase and hone their advocacy skills.

The first edition of the Competition was won by NUJS, Kolkata; the second by NLU, Jodhpur and the third edition was won by Hidayatullah National Law University. This year, once again, we welcome participation from the best law schools/colleges/universities of the country, in expectation to chisel out the proficient lawyers and judges of the future.

About Law College Dehradun

Law College Dehradun, as a flagship institution of Uttaranchal University under the aegis of Sushila Devi Centre for Professional Studies and Research, was established in the year 2002 as the first independent Law College of Uttarakhand.


Students of 3/5 year LL.B. degree courses from any institution recognized by B.C.I. and LL.M. students (not enrolled as advocates) are eligible to participate. Provided that only one team may participate per institution.

Dates of the Competition

1-2 May 2021.

Registration Fee

INR 5000 is payable as a registration fee. Fees must be paid by online transfer only after Final Registration. (Account Details available at lcdmcs.com). Food and Accommodation is upon us.

Scheme of the Competition

There shall be 24 teams on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Please Note

There shall be a Researchers’ Test in addition to Preliminarily, Quarter-Finals, Semi-Finals, and Final Oral Rounds.


  • All registration formalities are to be completed online on the website. To register, visit lcdmcs.com/reg.
  • Registration of a Team shall be complete when Final Registration is completed along with payment of fees at lcdmcs.com/tapr.
  • TEAMS MUST SUBMIT THEIR TRAVEL PLAN BY APRIL 15, 2021 at lcdmcs.com/tapr.

Last Date of Memorial Submission

April 20, 2021.

Important Links

  • All information is updated on our official website lcdmcs.com.
  • Rules of the Competition and Competition Schedule are available at lcdmcs.com/downloads.
  • Moot Proposition shall be released on March 7, 2021.

Schedule of Events

Release of Moot Proposition March 7, 2021
Last date of Final Registration March 25, 2021
Last date for Submission of Travel Form April 15, 2021
Last date of Memorial Submission April 20, 2021
  • Inauguration Ceremony
  • Researchers’ Test
  • Preliminary Rounds
May 1, 2021
  • Quarter-Final Rounds
  • Semi-Final rounds
  • Final Rounds
  • Valedictory Ceremony
  • Gala Dinner
May 2, 2021


Email Address for all Communications: [email protected] Prof. (Dr.) Poonam Rawat, Chairperson, Faculty Advisory Board, MCS: [email protected]

Student Organisers

Anna Anu Priya, President, MCS

  • Ph: +91-70046 00499

Krishna Rastogi, Joint Convener, NMCC

  • Ph: +91-97219 07945

Rahul Kumar, Organising Committee, NMCC

  • Ph: +91-79034 35470

Reported by: Aditi Bansal Public Relations Officer, Moot Court Society

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