CB Educational Services is a technology-driven academic start-up, duly incorporated under the Limited Liability Partnership in 2019, registered with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, and the Ministry of MSME, Government of India It aims to ply innovative, avant-garde ideas to revolutionize the education sector globally by providing various avenues for the expression and enrichment of the views of people associated with various fields of study. Having on board, partners and other members with expertise in their respective fields, they aspire to cater to the diverse learning needs.
About the Competition
Studying Law is not easy. A student, academician, or practitioner is required to undertake various tasks as long as s/he is associated with the field. One such being the preparation of case summaries- for exams, during internships, for moots, for teaching, or presentation before a Court of Law, this is a task one has to undertake frequently. These summaries once used either find a place in some folder of laptops or are discarded.
CB Educational Services LLP has decided to put these summaries to use by organizing this competition. They aim not only to reward these painstaking efforts but also to encourage others to write and submit such summaries. They will honour the best ones by awarding prizes and giving due recognition to all participants through a certificate of participation. They also propose to publish select entries in the form of a Peer-reviewed Journal with ISSN number.
The competition is not theme-specific. Participants may choose any reported Indian case as per their interest.
Academicians, practitioners, researchers, students and others interested in the field may send original, unpublished case summaries to email@example.com
Process for Registration
Payment of Registration Fee of Rs. 150 per team by clicking here (the gateway offers more than 50 modes of payment including net banking, credit/debit cards to choose from.
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