The Moot Court Society of VIT School of Law, VIT Chennai Campus are proud to present to you the VITSOL National Moot Court Competition on Competition Law to be held from 1st – 3rd March 2019.
Every year, the International Law Moot Court Competition had witnessed an overwhelming response from various Universities and Colleges throughout India. This iteration of the moot is on Competition Law in collaboration with the Competition Commission of India.
The theme for the competition is set against the issue of “case concerning anti-competitive pricing agreements in e-publications”.
The Competition is open for students pursuing three or five-year LL.B Degree Course from any recognized College/University/Law School subject to the fulfillment of registration formalities.
Teams from each Participating Institution are requested to fill the Registration Form and Travel Details at this page in order to confirm
Teams will be registered upon receipt of Original DD (Rs. 2500/-) in favor of “Vellore Institute of Technology”, payable at Chennai.
The Teams must send a Soft Copy of their memorial for evaluation to email@example.com.
Registration Form and Travel Details: 1st February 2019
Hard Copy of Demand Draft: 8th February 2019
Moot Proposition clarification: on or before 15th February 2019
Soft Copy of Memorials: on or before 20th February 2019 (11:59 PM)
Hard Copy of Memorials: on or before 26th February 2019 (04:00 PM)
Competition: 1st to 3rd March 2019
In case of any queries or clarification regarding the Moot Court Competition, contact:
- Parvathi Suresh: +91-7010023522
- Varsha S Pillai: +91-94959 64764
- Kishandan Sivakumar: +91-7010308348
- Vedhavel: +91-94443 06908
E-Mail ID: firstname.lastname@example.org. Mails would be replied within 24 hours of
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