Amity University, Mumbai is a State Private University established under Government of Maharashtra Act No. XIII of 2014 and is recognized as per Section 2 of the UGC Act.
About the Moot
Amity Law School, Mumbai is organizing National Level Moot Court Competition, 2019 (NMCC- Second Edition) from October 18, 2019, to October 20, 2019.
Students pursuing 3 years/5 years of the undergraduate LLB degree course are eligible to participate in this competition.
Only one team can participate in each institution.
The team composition, for the competition, shall comprise of three members (two of them shall be designated as Speakers and one Researcher)
The Researcher may be permitted to argue as Speaker in case of illness or any unforeseen event, but the permission of the Moot Court Convener, in such a case, shall be mandatory.
Amity Law School, Amity University, Mumbai – Pune Expressway, Bhatan, Post – Somathne, Panvel, Mumbai, Maharashtra 410206
Teams must register by 25th September 2019 by sending an email to amity.mum.mootcourt[at]gmail.com with the subject “Registration for ALS NMCC: 2”.
Each Team must send a soft copy of their memorials, in .pdf format only, for evaluation by 4th October 2019 to amity.mum.mootcourt[at]gmail.com with the subject “Memorials for ALS NMCC:2”. No extensions will be granted with respect to this deadline.
Participation fees for National Moot Court Competition – 2 is Rs. 5,000/ (Five Thousand only) per team, which includes food and accommodation at Amity University Mumbai Campus. The participating teams must register and pay online through the URL (web link) sent to them.
Screen-shot of the Registration Form and payment receipt should be sent to amity.mum.mootcourt[at]gmail.com.
Last date of Registration
Last date for submission of Memorials
Interaction with Researchers
Preliminary Rounds and Semi-Final Round
Prize Distribution and Valedictory
For any kind of information contact relating to Competition: amity.mum.mootcourt[at]gmail.com.
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