MOOTERS ENSEMBLE, Seshadripuram Law College organising the 5th National Moot Court Competition 2023.

MOOTERS ENSEMBLE, Seshadripuram Law College organising the 5th National Moot Court Competition 2023.

About Seshadripuram Education Trust

Seshadripuram Educational Trust, the pioneering Educational trust of Karnataka, was founded in the year 1930. Since the time of its inception and through the process of its evolution, the sole essence of Seshadripuram Educational Trust has been - To Educate, To Empower & To Enrich. It has followed the legacy to impart Academic Knowledge and inculcate the value of Education to its students. Located in the Heart of Garden City, Bengaluru, Seshadripuram Educational Trust runs 34 Educational Institutions ranging from pre-school to post-graduation, research, and foreign collaboration. Over the years, it has earned the reputation of becoming one of the premier institutions, with multiple campuses located across the prime locations within the State of Karnataka.

About Seshadripuram Law College

Seshadripuram Law College, established in 1984-85 by Seshadripuram Educational Trust, is a prestigious institution affiliated to Karnataka State Law University. Recognized by the Government of Karnataka and approved by the Bar Council of India, it offers a Three-year LLB course and a Five-year integrated BA LLB course. The college is known for its excellence in academics, holistic development of students, and notable achievements in sports. It boasts highly experienced faculty members, including esteemed judges, and has produced successful legal professionals, including Judge Adagouda Vijaykumar Patil, who was elevated to the High Court of Karnataka in 2020-22.

About Mooters Ensemble

‘MOOTERS ENSEMBLE’ is a forum constituted by our College in the year 2008 to hone advocacy skills in the students. It is headed by the Principal and Senior faculty members. It is pioneered by the students who, with the support of the faculty, aim to create a forum for the students to enhance their legal knowledge with the application of legal rules and principles; equip themselves with argumentation and presentation skills; and learn drafting skills & Court ethics. This forum aims to create an association of students who are eager to involve themselves in various activities, which molds students to be outstanding advocates.

This year ‘MOOTERS ENSEMBLE’ has resolved to organise a 5th National Level Moot Court Competition post-Covid, which is a significant step for our College. The ‘MOOTERS ENSEMBLE’ consists of various committees and is regulated by the core committees, which consist of faculty members and students.

General Rules and Regulations

  • Team Composition

Each team shall comprise of three (3) members only, consisting of two (2) speakers and one (1) researcher.

  • Eligibility

Participation is restricted to bonafide law students either enrolled in the 3-year L.L.B Law course or the 5-year integrated Law course. Participation is limited to only one team per college or university. Cross College/University teams are strictly prohibited.

  • Official Language

The official language of the Competition is English. All Competition Rounds including the submissions (memorials) will be in English.

  • Dress Code

The dress code for the participants during the Rounds of the competition shall be Black and White formals for gentlemen and Western or Indian Formals for ladies.


  • All registering colleges must provisionally register themselves by sending an email to Only after the provisional registration has been confirmed a link to a Google Form and details for the payment of registration fees will be provided.
  • The payment of registration fees will be through NEFT in the amount of Rs. 3000/- (Rupees Three Thousand only) the details of which will be provided once the provisional registration has been confirmed.
  • A maximum of 24 teams will be allowed to participate in the competition on the basis of first – cum – first serve only, provided the team has completed the registration process.
  • All teams shall be given a “team code” by the Organisers on validation of their Registration and payment. Thereafter the teams shall use their designated “team code” for all correspondence with the Organisers.
  • The assigned “team code” must be used by the teams during the submission of Memorials and during all the Rounds of the Competition.

Competition Rounds

  • The competition rounds will comprise two (2) Preliminary Rounds, one (1) Quarter Final Round, one (1) Semi-Final Round & one (1) Final Round of Arguments.
  • The competition will take place in a hybrid format. The Preliminary rounds and the Quarter-Final rounds will be conducted Online and the Semi- Final rounds and the Final round will be conducted Offline.


The following awards shall be presented:

  • Winner: INR 30,000.
  • Runner up: INR 20,000.
  • Best Speakers (Male and Female): (preliminary round): INR 5,000 each.
  • Best Memorial: (preliminary round): INR 5,000.
  • Best Speaker: (Semi-final round) (Male and Female): INR 5,000/- each.
  • Best Memorial: (Semi-final round) INR 10,000.
  • Best Researcher (Semi-final round): INR 5,000.


  • The marks of the teams that qualify for semi-final rounds shall not be considered for the best speaker / best memorial award at the preliminary round stage.
  • Certificates will be issued to all the participants


  • Accommodation will be provided to only those participants who have advanced to the Semi-Final rounds and the Final round. Accommodation will be provided on the days of the competition.
  • Accommodation shall not be provided to any additional member. Details regarding accommodation and the name of the hotel will be communicated to the participants later.
  • Teams which require accommodation prior to or after the competition should inform the same to the organising committee through the email provided hereunder (


  • No member of any team or any individual connected with any team will be permitted to hear the arguments in any court room in which that team is not one of the contesting teams whilst that team is still in the competition.
  • The Organisers shall take strict action, including disqualification from the competition, against any team found to be scouting through a team member or through any other means.
  • All Participants are expected to maintain decorum in Court during the rounds of the competition and are expected to conduct themselves in a manner befitting the legal profession.
  • The Organisers reserve the right to take appropriate action for any unethical, unprofessional, and immoral conduct.
  • The Organisers decision as regards the interpretation of Rules or any other matter relating to the competition will be final.
  • If there is any situation, which is not contemplated in the Rules, the Organisers decision on the same shall be final.
  • The Organisers reserve the right to vary, alter, modify, or repeal any of the above rules if so required and as they may deem appropriate.


Brochure and Moot Problem: Click here to Download


The Material in the moot court problem is not intended to and does not attempt to resemble any incident or any person living or dead. All material in the problem is fictitious and any resemblance to any incident or person, if any, is not intended, but merely coincidental.



Faculty Coordinators:

  • Roopa R (Associate Professor of Law): 9663313812
  • Sulabha S. Kulkarni(Assistant Professor of Law): 9880679832

Student Convenors

  • Deeksha: 9731474796
  • Nirmitha: 9483701224
  • Kalyan: 7353774986
  • Shwetha: 9844533377
  • Theertha: 8105888624
  • Disha: 8618559089
  • Keerthana: 6362923663

Institution Details and Address

Postal Address: Seshadripuram Law College, First Main Road, Seshadripuram, Bengaluru, Karnataka. Pincode - 560020.


Contact: 080-22955367; 080-22955362

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