The aim of Henry Dunant Memorial Moot Court Competition 2017 remains to promote understanding of International Humanitarian Law (IHL) among the law students and law faculties in India.
This Moot Court Competition has been providing over the years an ample opportunity for the law students of this country to get a better understanding of IHL through contact with theorists and practitioners, and to become acquainted with the practical application and enforcement of this important area of law. The problem prepared for the Moot Court is normally based on contemporary issues of, and challenges to IHL. Participation in the Moot Court involves thorough research and detailed study of IHL treaties, including the 1949 Geneva Conventions and their 1977 Additional Protocols, and the rules of customary law applicable to this.
Organised By –
Indian Society of International Law (ISIL) and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
Moot Court Competition –
21st September 2017 To 24th September 2017 (Thursday – Sunday)
Eligibility Criteria –
All universities, colleges, and institutions imparting legal education on a regular or evening basis in a program of study that leads to a Bachelors degree in Law (LL.B / BL) or Masters in Law (LL.M / ML) are eligible to participate in the Moot Court competition.
All students enrolled on a full-time or evening basis in a program of study leading to or equivalent to a Bachelors degree in Law (LL.B / BL) or Masters in Law (LL.M / ML), are eligible to participate.
Students who have participated in this Moot Court competition on a previous occasion are not eligible to participate again.
The Indian Society of International Law, V.K. Krishna Menon Bhawan, 9 Bhagwan Dass Road, New Delhi-110001, Delhi, India.
Registration Fee –
No Registration Fee
E-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Each participant in the Henry Dunant Memorial Moot Court Competition will be given a certificate of participation.
- For further information, query, registration form and additional details etc., you may direct yourself to the website link, http://www.isil-aca.org/
Posted By – Ashish Gupta
(Campus Amicus @ Legal Bites)