UPES’ 5th Paras Diwan Memorial International Energy Law Moot 2015 [April 2-5]; Register by Feb 23 [UPDATED]

This post was first published on December 22, 2014.

The College of Legal Studies (CoLS), University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES) is exhilarated to notify the initiation of the 5th Dr. Paras Diwan Memorial International “Energy Law” Moot Court Competition, 2015.

The competition is conducted to commemorate the legendary Dr. Paras Diwan, a renowned legal luminary, acclaimed jurist and a writer par excellence, who has umpteen number of publications to his credit in the form of books and articles.

This year the Competition is to be organized on an International level.

The important dates of the competition are:

27 January, 2015: Release of  Moot Compromis

10 February, 2015: Last date of Online Registration

10 March, 2015: Last date of submission of soft copy of Memorials

17 March, 2015: Declaration of results of Memorial rounds

23 March, 2015: Submission of Registration form and DD by post

2-5 April, 2015: 5th Dr. Paras Diwan Memorial International Energy Law Moot Court Competition, 2015

Contact

Nupur Priya (Secretary)- 9897594382

Siddhant Satapathy (Co-Convenor)- 7579245712

[email protected]

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Downloads

The Registration Form is HERE.

The Moot Problem is HERE.

The Rulebook is HERE.

The Brochure is HERE.

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  1. NLUO will win it anyway says:

    if u are thinking to participate in this moot, then think again . it’s a mockery of moot courts. Last year a team which had cited only 2 cases, which were of privy council ,went to the finals. Not this the team which won the tournament and also bagged the best memo award had cited the links of newspaper in their memorials at every page. here comes the best part, the winner of the moot sucked bigtime in their arguments and every opponent team they faced were sure that they have won the round. A lot of ruckus did happen there.
    Nluo won the tournament last year. they have been winning at least one award in this moot since its inception. i am not trying to belittle NLUO or UPES over here. Both the universities easily find a place in the list of reputed law colleges of the country. Just saying that UPES shouldn’t probably organize a moot for like 2 years and take this time to introspect where they went wrong.
    Someone had to say this. No hard feelings people.

  2. When will the moot problem comeee?

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