5th Jamia National Moot Court Competition 2015 [March 20-22]: Register by Feb 1 [UPDATED]

This post was first published on January 3, 2015.

The Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi is organising The Jamia National Moot Court Competition, 2015.

The dates are 20-22nd March.

The deadlines, moot problem and the rules regarding the competition will follow shortly.

Any query regarding the competition can be mailed at [email protected]

Registration

Teams must confirm their participation by 1st Feb, 2015 by sending an email [email protected] with the subject “Confirmation for 5th Jamia National Moot Court Competition” with the attachment of the Registration Form and the demand draft of Rs.3000 in favour of “The Registrar, Jamia Millia Islamia” payable at “New Delhi.”

The e-mail with the above-mentioned attachments along with the hard copy of the registration and the hard copy of the Demand Draft must reach the college by 1st Feb, 2015.

Documents Download

The Registration and Travel Form can be downloaded HERE.

The Important Dates are accessible HERE.

The Rules are accessible HERE.

Jamia Moot Court Problem is accessible HERE.

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  1. Correct says:

    If you really believe in luck, here is the moot.
    But, for a hardworking and intelligent person, not the correct place to go at all…

  2. Moot Participant says:

    The most chutiya moot ever. Prelimins judges didn’t know event shit about IPR. And. the team who made into the finals were class in itself. Hopefully, these people would learn something, as they don’t even iota about mooting.

    Had a lot of respect for this university, but was completely demolished by the way they conducted the moot.

    Hopefully, no future team would suffer the trauma of this moot.

    • Nashrah Jameel says:

      Sir, I am really sorry to understand from your words that you are deeply hurt for making it nowhere in the 5th Jamia National Moot Court Competition 2015. Sir, it would be really great if you keep a check on the language that you use while talking about any institution. Well sir, I think you know too much about the ‘class’ but Jamia does not need any class about the ‘class’ because it is a class in itself.
      Finally, I would like to convey to you that never judge anything before knowing it. You visited the University for a couple of days .Do not be so judgmental . You could have easily written about the flaws so that the University could have worked upon it. Suggestions and feedback are always welcomed.
      Thank you 🙂

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