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IILM Law School is delighted to announce the second National Moot Court Competition, which will be organized on March 16-18, 2023.

The prominent competition will incorporate the strategic theme of Extradition Law, Constitutional Law, and Criminal Law, offering a substantial platform for students to demonstrate their legal knowledge and advocacy mettle.

The competition is meticulously designed to furnish a remarkable opportunity for law students from across the country. With this, law aspirants will gain hands-on experience in the application of the law in a simulated court environment.

''Since law students primarily learn the theory and the principles of the law in classrooms, Moot court competitions deliver a distinctive opportunity for them to put their legal knowledge and skills to the test in a real-world setting. The second edition of the National Moot-Court competition will enable students to hone their advocacy skills and foster their legal reasoning abilities. It will also promote confidence and professionalism in students to succeed in their future careers,'' said Prof (Dr.) Ranbir Singh Pro-Chancellor IILM University.

The competition is open to law students who are enrolled in a five-year integrated undergraduate law programme or a three-year graduate law programme. Each team will comprise two speakers and one researcher and will have to inform about the members who are respective speakers and researchers via the registration form.

Below are the important dates related to the competition-:

Last date of registration- February 15, 2023

Last date for seeking clarifications- February 25, 2023

Release of clarifications- February 27, 2023

Last date for submission of soft copies of memorials- March 12, 2023

Submission of hard copies of memorials- March 16, 2023

Last date for mailing travel itineraries- February 27, 2023

Inauguration- March 16, 2023

Draw of Lots, exchange of memorials and researcher's test- March 16, 2023

Preliminary and quarter rounds- March 17, 2023

Semi-final & final rounds- March 18, 2023

Valedictory and prize distribution- March 18, 2023

The participants will be evaluated by a panel of expert judges on their legal reasoning, advocacy skills, and proficiency to deliver legal arguments in a clear, straightforward, and convincing manner. The winners of the competition will also receive attractive cash prizes including Rs 60,000 cash for the winning team.


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