Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies is organising the 6th Lex Fortissimus – BILS National Trial Advocacy Competition, to be held from 12th April 2019 to 14th April 2019.About the moot
Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies, Bangalore.
Registration fees for this competition will be Rs.4,000/- (Rupees Four Thousand Only) per team.
Teams that are interested in registering will first need to write a mail to [email protected] expressing their interest to participate.
On receiving a confirmation mail from us, the teams will need to email the soft copy of the documents listed below, to the lex.fortissimus[at]gmail.com address by20th March 2019to complete the registration process.
Scanned Copy of the duly filled Registration Form.
Scanned copy of the NEFT Acknowledgement.
Hard Copy Submissions:
Teams will need to post the hard copy of the documents listed below by 25th March 2019 to Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies, Vijaya College Campus, R.V. Road, Basavanagudi, Bangalore – 560004.
Duly filled Registration Form.
Copy of the NEFT Acknowledgement.
Duly filled Travel Form.
Bank Name: Syndicate Bank
Bank Branch: Vijaya College Campus, Bangalore
IFSC (Indian Financial System Code): SYNB0000475
Account Name: The Principal, Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies
Account Number: 04752200006479
Winning Team: Rs. 20,000
Runner Up Team: Rs. 10,000
Best Advocate: Rs. 7,500
Last Date for E-mail Submission of the Registration Form and NEFT Acknowledgement: 20th March 2019.
Last Date of Postal Receipt of the Registration Form and NEFT Acknowledgement: 25th March 2019.
Inauguration & Desk Registration: 12th April 2019.
Qualifying Round: 13th April 2019.
Semi-Final Rounds, Final Round & Valedictory: 14th April 2019.
Mrs. Kamalakshy, Assistant Professor & Moot Court Coordinator, Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies, Vijaya College Campus, R.V.Road, Basavanagudi, Bangalore – 560004
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