SURANA & SURANA NATIONAL TRIAL ADVOCACY MOOT COURT COMPETITION & JUDGMENT WRITING COMPETITION ON CRIMINAL LAW 2017

By | August 12, 2017

Aim and Purpose

a. The Surana & Surana National Trial Advocacy Moot Court Competition has been conceived with the aim of promoting skills of trial advocacy.
b. The judgment writing competition will be a part of Surana & Surana National Trial Advocacy Competition with the following principle and purpose.
i. A Judgment has a social and civic function besides the primary principle of promoting Rule of Law &upholding justice.
ii. To achieve the above, it must “have clarity of thought, explain the decision to the parties, communicate reasons for the decision to the public and provide a reason for an appellate court to consider”.
iii. To develop a well-balanced judicious mind
iv. Prevent abuse of legal process (Full rules mentioned in Clause XVIII)

Eligibility

Participants should be currently pursuing their bachelor’s degree in law i.e. 3 Year LL.B. program or 5 Year LL.B. program.

Team Composition

Each team shall consist of a minimum of 2 and maximum of 4 members. This number cannot be modified under any circumstances. There can be 2 speakers and 2 researchers designated for each team.

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Rules & Regulation

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Any clarifications for the respective rounds the can be sought from the Administrators:

India North Rounds

Prof. Dr. S. S. Singh

Vice Chancellor

National Law Institute University, Bhopal

Near Kerwa Dam Road, Bhopal. 462044, Madhya Pradesh

Ph: +91 –Ph: (0755) – 2696965 (O);

Fax: 0755696965

Email: mca.nliu@gmail.com

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