Pre Invite: 14th Pro Bono Enviro National Moot Court Competition 2021 | School of Excellence in Law, TNDALU

By | October 28, 2020
Pre Invite: 14th Pro Bono Enviro National Moot Court Competition 2021 School of Excellence in Law, TNDALU

School of Excellence in law takes immense pleasure in announcing the 14th Edition of the Pro Bono Enviro National Moot Court Competition, the flagship event of the institution. The institution has always strived to promote the interests of the student community and in addressing pressing issues, and has successfully conducted the previous 13 editions with overwhelming participation from across the country.

About the Competition

The competition seeks to bring to the forefront the increasing need to address environmental concerns and encourages students to be the pioneers of understanding the complexities of environmental law and the urge for the same. The previous editions of the competition have proved to be an enriching experience for the participants owing to distinctive, innovative and challenging nature of the proposition and high-calibre of judging by various eminent lawyers, Hon’ble Judges of the High Court of Madras and the Supreme Court of India.

The event has continued to garner increasing attention since the year of its inception in light of its transparency and ever-improving quality. The Moot Court Association of School of Excellence in Law is looking forward to conducting the event online and expects increasing participation in the present edition as well.

Dates (Tentative)

22nd-24th January 2021.

Central Subject matter

Environmental Law.

Mode of the Competition

Virtual.

Platform

The online platform will be intimated to the teams after the completion of Final Registration.

Official language

The official working language of the competition is English.

Eligibility and Team Composition

  1. Participation is strictly restricted to bona fide law students enrolled in the three years or five-year LLB or BL degree course in any institution recognized by the Bar Council of India.
  2. Only one team is permitted to participate from each registered institution.
  3. Each team shall comprise of a minimum of two and a maximum of three members. In a team consisting of two members, each of the members shall be designated as ‘Speaker’. In a team consisting of three members, two of the members shall be designated as ‘Speaker’ and the third member shall be designated as ‘Researcher’.

Registration

Provisional Registration of the participating institutions shall be sent to [email protected] from the official email ID of the Institution/Moot Court Association on or before 15th November 2020, 11:59 PM IST.

Contact

Ms. Aparna Raju (Vice President, Moot Court Association): +91-98403 73892

Ms. Mansi Sethiya (Joint Secretary, Moot Court Association): +91-98411 12917

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Reported by: Moot Court Association
School of Excellence in Law


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