The 4th TNNLU-CCI National Online Moot Court Competition, 2021 is scheduled to be held from May 28th to May 30th, 2021.
About the Moot
Competition law is a rapidly developing field of law although being relatively new in the Indian legal sphere. The applicability of Competition law is wide and is spread across various disciplines of commerce, consumer protection, and jurisprudence of free trade and is constantly evolving. In this connection, the TNNLU – CCI Moot aims to further the vision of the CCI by promoting, sustaining, and enabling young scholars and providing a platform for engagement and discourse.
The MCC of TNNLU has been regularly conducting various inter and intra-moot court competitions since 2014. The first edition of the National Moot Court Competition was organized from 24th to 26th March 2017. In 2018, MCC collaborated with the Indian Fair-Trade Regulator, Competition Commission of India (CCI) for the first time to organize the 1st edition of the TNNLU – CCI National Moot Court Competition which saw large participation from law students all over India. The 2nd TNNLU – CCI National Moot Court Competition conducted in 2019, and the 3rd edition in 2020. This year we are happy to collaborate with CCI once again to organize the 4th edition from May 28th – 30th, 2021. The moot problem is based on ‘crisis cartelization’ during a pandemic.
The mode of the Competition will be online through the virtual meeting platform – Webex.
Law students duly enrolled in the 3-year LL.B. courses or 5-year integrated LL.B. courses may apply to participate in the Competition. Only one team per Institution/University can participate in the Competition.
Team Composition: 3 Members (2 Speakers and 1 Researcher) or 2 Members (2 Speakers)
The team composition for the Competition shall be either two members (Both the members designated as Speakers) or three members (Two members designated as Speakers and one member designated as a Researcher)
24 teams selected will be hosted on a first-come, first-serve basis through provisional registration.
Provisional registration will enable an Institution to reserve a slot that can be later secured by completing the registration process by emailing us the soft copy of the Registration Form and the confirmation of payment of fees towards registration.
More information can be found in our Brochure below. Institutions that haven’t yet provisionally registered may send a mail expressing their interest to at nmcc[at]tnnlu.ac.in which would be considered for the waiting list. We will communicate to the waitlisted teams after April 12, 2021.
The important dates of the Competition are as below:
Commencement of Provisional Registration
March 16, 2021
Release of Moot Problem & Rules
April 6, 2021
Last Date for Final Registration
11:59 PM (IST), April 12, 2021
Last Date for Seeking Clarifications
11:59 PM (IST), April 16, 2021
Release of Clarifications
April 19, 2021
Deadline for submission of Soft Copy of the Memorials for Memorial Qualifier Round
11:59 PM (IST), May 5, 2021
Release of Results of the Memorial Qualifier Round
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