BITS Pilani’s Lex Omnia National Moot Court Competition 2014 [Oct 31-Nov 2]: Register by Sep 30

About

This October, BITS Pilani Goa Campus will once again be host to Lex Omnia, the annual moot court competition held as part of Waves, our cultural festival. The latest edition of the event will be held in association with GR Kare College of Law – Margao, Goa. It aims to attract participants from law colleges across the nation. The competition will be judged by professional lawyers who are sure to bring experience and knowledge to the table.

Rounds

Contestants will take part in teams of 4 and will have to battle it out with each other over the course of five rounds, which include 2 preliminary rounds, the quarter finals, semifinals and the finals. The initial short-listing of teams will take place through a memorial round.

Registration

Participants should send in their registration forms by the 30th of September, 2014 and can submit the memorials till the 10th of October, 2014, after which 32 teams will be shortlisted for the competition in Goa, which will be held over the course of three days from 31st October to 2nd November.

Overall, Lex Omnia is the perfect opportunity for budding lawyers to polish their debating skills and be part of an excellent cultural festival at the same time.

 Contacts

For further information, mail us at: [email protected]

Y.S.Vamsi  [+91-8378988339]

Chetan Reddy [+91-8805078173]

Download Documents

The Case Study for Lex Omnia – 2014 can be downloaded HERE.

Registration Form for Lex Omnia – 2014 can be accessed HERE.

The Rulebook for Lex Omnia – 2014 can be viewed HERE.

Schedule for Lex Omnia – 2014 can be accessed HERE.

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  1. karan grover says:

    Last year ,I had participated in this Lex Omnia moot court competition,where they had taken around a total sum of Rs.7000 from every team , which is the more than the double of the amount any National Moot court organizers demand and about the facilities they had provided for were ,a single room with double bed for four participants in a hotel which, actually looked like a brothel or even worse than that, and that hotel itself was 6 to 7 Km away from venue of the competition (BITS Campus) and no conveyance was provided for. We had to take a bus or rent some vehicle to reach the same and another best part of the competition was, no meals were provided for not even on the day ,a team arrives, you have to pay for all the meals that you arrange for and food is also too expensive and not even worth paying for. Nobody gives a damn how you arrive or leave, you have to arrange for your own transport from Station or airport which itself costs around Rs.1300 on one side.
    There is nobody (organizers) you could go for help as the organizers are never present at the venue and, moreover Engineering students of 1st years are the one who attend to the whole competition.

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