The ALSA International Moot Court Competition 2015 [Aug 19-23, Jakarta, Indonesia]: Register by June 22

The ALSA International Moot Court Competition is a simulated hearing of an Investment Settlement Dispute with respect to the manners of arbitration.

Interested students from all over the world will send in their written submissions for the complainant and respondent of a fictional case written by professionals.

After the written submission round, their teams will have the opportunity to present their memorials for the complainant and the respondent in front of a Panel of Arbitrators.

Indian National Bar Association (INBA) has been Appointed as a Liason Organisation, India by Asian Law Students Association for the ALSA International Moot Court Competition.

ALSA has extended the date of registration for Indian Law Students to 22nd June, 2015 instead from 17th June, 2015. They are providing free registration and accommodation of three persons from per team.

For all details & registration, please visit : www.alsaimcc.com

Note: Please mention INBA as a reference to ALSA (Liaison Organisation, India) and cc to Mr. Manuj & Ms. Archana in your all emails which you will send to ALSA executives for all communications and registration.

Manuj Bhardwaj | [email protected] | +917503590342. Archana Aggarwal [email protected] | 9971532995/8285710651

Important Dates

Dates of the Competition : August 19th – August 23rd 2015

Last date to register : 22nd June 2015

Last date to submit Memorials : 19th July

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  1. Where does it say that they are providing free registration and accommodation of three persons from per team? Their registration form still clearly mentions a registration fee of $400 per person per team (which undoubtedly includes accommodation charges as well) along with payment details and the bank details to which the amount needs to be transferred to.

    There is so much ambiguity regarding this moot, I’d suggest be a bit cautious.

    • @Above post…This is the first edition of the Moot, so how can something be known about it already?

      Lawctopus/Tanuj, for everyone’s sake, please authenticate the moot please? Some authentication is required right before u go posting it on the website that every law student trusts?

      • Umm Lawctopus? Plz authenticate the moot please? U dont want indian law students to get stranded in Indonesia (or worse) -_-‘

        • administrator says:

          It’s there on a website and we’ve been informed by chaps at INBA. It looks good and hence we publish! We can’t do much more than that!

          How can we ‘authenticate’ the moot? We really don’t have the bandwidth to do that!

          If students are keen to go for such a book (with a significant investment of time, money and effort) am sure they can themselves make a phone call or send an email to confirm the authenticity.

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