Essay on Goods and Services Tax What is Goods and Services Tax? Goods and Services Tax (GST) is an indirect tax. The GST Bill was...
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Researching for a moot is much like researching for any other project- you first read thoroughly on the subject to get a general idea, after which you narrow the topics you want to read up in detail. One of the most important things is to first read the problem carefully, at least fifteen to twenty times.
WINNER- Jindal Global Law School, Sonepat RUNNER-UP- Army Institute of Law, Mohali BEST MEMORIAL- School of Law, KIIT University Download the memos of all these teams!
Have you ever thought about how Competition Law regulates the Sports legislation of our country? Ever heard of nature of the zero predatory pricing in the context of Competition Law?
Who is the judge? The judge is God. Why is he God? Because he decides who wins or loses, not my opponent. Who is your opponent? He doesn't exist. Why does he not exist? Because he is merely a dissenting voice to the truth that I speak.
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Choose a team that follows your mantra of hard work. Moot as much as you can because this is one platform where you can learn a lot from yourself, from your team members and from other law students. You will always remember your mooting days and these will help you a lot in honing you skills.
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This is a competition and every team is giving it their best shot. So a consistent effort which was used by a team to gain some leverage, now becomes an average. Here comes the effect of intensity. The amount of intensity put in by a team in their preparation gives them some leverage above others. So a consistent intensified effort for a month is required to win any competition.
School of Law, SASTRA University won the 2nd best memorial award at the SLCU (Christ) National Moot Court Competition 2014. Download from links in post.
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