International Journal of Law & Management Studies is organizing the 1st IJLMS Judgment Writing Competition in the month December 2016 – January 2017 in association with RostrumLegal as E-Knowledge Partner, Foundation for Democratic Reforms as Knowledge Partner and Lawctopus as Media Partner. The competition is in its entirety online and we invite law students to participate in it.
1st International Journal of Law & Management Studies Judgment Writing Competition 2016 is a venture of the journal to explore into the area of legal education to increase and promote qualitative legal research by looking at practical aspects of implementation of laws studied by law students.
The Judgment Writing Competition looks at a broad aspect of how laws learnt about in classrooms are actually put to effect and implemented in courtrooms where facts play a crucial role and law is applied to these facts to set binding legal precedents and pave way for judge-made law.
This competition seeks to capture the spirit of judges and decision-making from young law students aspiring to join the esteemed Judicial Services and also is a small effort to infuse the vital role that judgments play in a society, especially when Judicial Activism is on such a rise and is paving way in India.
Any team comprising of not more than two students can participate in the competition. The two students can also hail from two different law schools. All interested students are requested to fill the Provisional Registration Form within 48 hours of which we shall respond through email and confirm your registration.
Along with the confirmation mail, the link to pay the requisite Registration Fee shall be included.
The Registration Fee is Rs. 500/- and is payable only after confirmation of participation by the Organizing Committee.
The last date for Registration is 22nd December, 2016.
For any queries, all participants are welcome to reach us either through email or phone. You may email us at email@example.com and contact us at +91-8074712527
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