8th – 10th September 2017
RAMAIAH COLLEGE OF LAW, MSR Nagar, MSRIT Post, MSRIT Campus, Bengaluru
All law schools, faculties of law and other institutions recognized by the Bar Council of India, offering a law degree are eligible to participate in the Competition. Only one team is allowed to participate from each law school/ faculties of law/ other institutions. Only students presently pursuing LL.B (5 years or 3 years course) are eligible for participation.
The teams must register themselves by sending a duly filled Registration Form along with a Demand Draft of Rs. 4,500/- (Rupees Four Thousand Five Hundred) drawn in favor of “The Principal, M. S. Ramaiah College of Law” payable at Bengaluru.
Requests for clarifications regarding the moot problem may be e-mailed to email@example.com before 28TH JULY, 2017. Requests for clarification should be limited to matters having legal significance to the moot court problem. The e-mail for clarification must include a short explanation of the expected legal significance from it. Any request that does not contain such an explanation may be ignored.
The winner of the Final Round will be declared the “Winning Team” and shall be awarded a cash prize of ₹ 25,000/- and a winning trophy.
The other Team which loses the Final Round will be declared as “Runner-up Team” and will be awarded a cash prize of ₹.20,000/- and a runner-up trophy.
The Best Memorial will be awarded a cash prize of ₹ 5,000/- and trophy
The “Best Speaker” shall be determined on the basis of the points secured in the Oral Arguments during the Preliminary Round.
Only those speakers will be eligible for the “Best Speaker”, who will argue for both the sides in the Preliminary Round.
The Best Speaker, on the basis of the aforesaid criteria, will be awarded a cash prize of ₹ 5,000/- and trophy. The “Best Researcher” will be adjudged on the basis of
The “Best Researcher” will be adjudged on the basis of test conducted. He/she shall be awarded a cash prize of ₹ 5000/- and trophy.