IIT Kharagpur’s “Verdict” 3rd National IP Law Moot Court Competition [Jan 31-Feb 2]; Register by Dec 7

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Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law (RGSOIPL), Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur in association with ‘Kshitij’ – Asia’s largest Techno-Management fest, is proud to present “Verdict” – 3rd National IP Law Moot Court Competition from January 31 to February 2, 2014.

With over 65,000 participants expected to attend Kshitij, “Verdict” in itself would be a platform for the interaction of best legal minds from across the country in the field of Intellectual Property Law.

RGSOIPL with its unique distinction of being the only law school within the IIT system has made its presence felt in the legal fraternity with its constant endeavour in imparting quality IP education and research.


Last date for seeking clarifications: 20th November, 2013

Last date for registration: 7th December, 2013

Deadline for submission of soft copies of the Memorials: 4th January, 2014

Oral Rounds of the Competition: 31st January, 2014 – 2nd February, 2014

The Problem Statement is HERE.

The Official Rules are HERE.

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  1. http://www.ktj.in/events/verdict

    WINNER : 25000
    RUNNERS UP : 15000
    BEST MEMO : 5000

  2. Anonymous says:

    Techno-Management Fest? 65,000 are not law students right?
    I checked the kishitij-2014 website http://www.ktj.in no information there there.

    • It’s a tech fest…with a moot thrown in between. Trust me, I’ve been there last year. Nothing special really.

      • Tanisha Sathwik says:

        Dear Sam, I’ve been to this fest twice. I cannot disagree more, just because you lost the moot competition doesn’t mean the Fest is “”Nothing Special””.

    • There is information on the ktj website under ktj.in/events/strategia
      It is a Moot Court competition which happens as a part of the Techno Management fest.
      The prize money is quite good 25000 for winners and 15000 for runner ups.

    • Agreed that those 65k are not law students, but include many entrepreneurs, policy makers, executive directors of many companies, technologists from around the world, etc. Its a great opportunity for any law student to develop contacts in the corporate world. Just explore the kshitij website.

    • http://www.ktj.in/events/verdict

      WINNER : 25000
      RUNNERS UP : 15000
      BEST MEMO : 5000
      BEST RESEARCHER : 5000

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