Royal School of Law and Administration, The Assam Royal Global University is hosting its first National Moot Court Competition virtually with National Law University and Judicial Academy as the knowledge partner of the event.
This Competition is the flagship event for the University for the years to come. It is administered by the Moot Court Society of the University.
About the Event
Other than contributing to the field of Civil Law, this Competition serves as a channel through which young law students can showcase and hone their advocacy skills. This year, we welcome participation from the best law schools/colleges/universities of the country, in expectation to chisel out the proficient lawyers and judges of the future.
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.
3 Members (2 Speakers and 1 Researcher)
Th.e schedule for the competition is as follows:
Release of Moot Problem & Rules: 23rd March 2021
Last Date for Final Registration: April 15th, 2021
Last Date for seeking Clarifications: April 16th, 2021
Release of Clarifications: April 17th, 2021
Submission of Soft Copy of the Memorials: April 18th, 2021
Orientation and Memorial Exchange: April 19th, 2021
Dates of the Competition: April 20th and 21st 2021
Institutions/teams are invited to register themselves by filling the following form after the registration payment of Rs.600/- Per Team.
The final number of allotted teams will be 30 teams, hence the registration will be on a first-come-first-served basis.
Confirmation of the registration will be sent after verification of the same.
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