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5th Paperless Amity International Moot Court Competition [Oct 18-19,Noida]: Register by Sep 1

By: Aprajita Karki | July 26, 2019
About Amity University

Amity University, Noida is a private research university located in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India. It was established in 2005 by an Act of the State Legislature of Uttar Pradesh

The Amity Law School, Noida is an institution established by an educational society RBEF (Ritnand Balved Education Foundation) with the object of providing high-quality education in the legal domain.

About Paperless Moot Court Competition

Amity Law School, Noida, Amity University Uttar Pradesh is pleased to announce the 9th Edition of its Annual Flagship Event, Amity International Moot Court Competition, 2019 (5th Paperless Moot), scheduled to be held on 18th and 19th October 2019.

Theme

The theme of the moot problem for the 9th Edition shall deal with International Criminal Law and the matter would be in argument stage before the International Criminal Court.

Cash prize, awards and certificate of merit shall be provided for the following categories:

  • Best Team
  • Runner-up Team
  • Best Memorial
  • Best Speaker
  • Best Researcher
Location

Amity Law School, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India.

Team size and other information

A team shall comprise of 2 speakers and 1 researcher and only the designated speakers shall be allowed to participate in oral rounds.

The researcher shall not be allowed to participate in oral rounds, except without permission from the organising committee. There will be a Researcher’s test in which only the designated researcher can participate.

Registration Procedure

To register for the Competition, kindly confirm your participation via email to the Organizing Committee at aim.alsn2019[at]gmail.com with the attached Registration Form and Travel Details Form.

Kindly note that the deadline for the submission of the soft copy of the Registration Form and the Demand Draft is 1st September 2019 and the Hard copies of the same are 8th September 2019. Any query can also be directed at the same email address.

Fee Details

For Indian teams and for teams participating from SAARC Countries the registration fees shall be INR 5000/-through a demand draft in favour of ‘Amity University, Uttar Pradesh’ payable at ‘Noida’ which must reach the Organizing Committee latest by 8th September 2019.

All foreign teams (excluding teams from SAARC countries) shall be required to pay the US $165 or 115€ as registration fee.

The participating teams shall be required to send a demand draft for the registration fees along with the duly filled registration form and the same shall reach to the institution on or before 8th September 2019.

The Demand Draft is to be sent, along with the Registration Form, to the following address:-

Subject: Application for REGN. For AIM 2019 To:

Dr. Shefali Raizada, Additional Director/HoI

DRAFT DETAILS

  • Bank DD Number:
  • Bank Name:
  • Date of issue:

Amity Law School, Noida, I-2 Block, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Sector-125, Noida (U.P.), Pin Code: 201303

Important dates
  • Release of Moot Proposition: 25th July 2019
  • Deadline for submitting clarifications: 25th August 2019
  • Release of clarifications: 30th August 2019
  • Deadline for submission of Moot Memorial: 5th October 2019
  • Oral rounds: 18th – 19th October 2019
Contact info

For any concerns and clarifications, please write at aim.alsn2019[at]gmail.com.

Core Student Organising Committee

Simran Khurana: +91-8800-573786

Vishal Sharma: +91-8130-261912

Kajal Rajput: +91-9999-986459

Important links

For the important dates, click here.

For the travel details, click here.

For the registration form, click here.

The moot court problem is here.

The rules and regulations is here.

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About the Author

Aprajita Karki

I am an army girl! In a barbie world! Keeper of 5 dogs. On a diet for now. Sometimes I might make punctuation mistakes, but I make up for it by bringing in a crore or two extra. What's more important, a misplaced comma, or a well-placed crore?

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