National Law University, Delhi is a law university in India, offering courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
About the moot
National Law University, Delhi is organising the 2nd edition of Justice Y K Sabharwal Moot Court Competition 2019. The second edition of the competition shall be held from 28th November to 1st December 2019.
All students enrolled in a three (3) year LLB programme or a five (5) year integrated LLB or in an LLM programme shall be eligible to participate in the Justice Y K Sabharwal Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition 2019. However, only one team per university/institution shall be eligible to participate.
Team size and other information
It is required that each team consists of three (3) participants: 2 Oralists & 1 Researcher.
Pocket 1, Sector 14 Dwarka, Dwarka, New Delhi, Delhi 110078
Registration for Justice Y. K. Sabharwal Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition 2019 shall begin on 5th August 2019. The last date for registration shall be 11:59 PM, 31st August 2019.
A unique ‘Team Code’ shall be assigned to every team for the purpose of the Competition after completion of the registrations for the Competition. Breach of anonymity shall lead to disqualification from the Competition.
At the time of registration, the teams are expected to submit a certificate stating that the participants are bonafide students of the institution. The same shall have to be submitted via an email to yksmoot[at]nludelhi.ac.in latest by 31st August 2019.
Please note that failure to submit the same would result in disqualification from the competition.
In case of any query, kindly contact the Organising Committee by writing to yksmoot[at]nludelhi.ac.in. In case of urgent queries, please reach out to Anant Sangal (+91 9911453576).
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