Competition Law is an emerging field of law and its robust enforcement becomes a prerequisite for ensuring that the economic environment remains competitive and business deals adhere to the principles of fair competition and do not distort the market.
Law schools can play a significant role in this regard by nurturing the growth of the subject through their curricula and other events, and also suggesting appropriate reforms to law. With the aim of fostering quality research and debate on anti-trust matters, NLU Delhi, in collaboration with the CCI is organizing the 2nd CCINLUD Competition Law Moot.
The Moot shall be based on the memorial elimination format. The top twenty (20) teams from universities all over India shall be selected to plead before eminent judges from the bar, bench, regulatory authorities, academia and industry in March 8-10, 2019. The venue for the oral rounds will be National Law University Delhi.
All students enrolled in a 3-year LLB programme or a 5-year integrated LLB programme shall be eligible to participate in the CCI-NLUD Competition Law Moot. However, only one team per university/institution shall be eligible to participate.
The team composition shall be as follows: 2 Speakers & 1 Researcher. The teams may choose to participate without a Researcher.
Registration for the “CCI-NLUD Competition Law Moot” will close at on Jan 4, 2019.
The registration fee for the Competition is ₹3,000 and has to be paid either through the online portal or through a Demand Draft. Details about payment can be found in Annexure – II of the brochure below.
The following documents shall be submitted by the teams at the time of registration:
- Duly filled registration form (available here).
- A certificate stating that the participants are bona fide students of the institution (Annexure – I below).
- Scanned copy of Demand Draft of registration fee/Receipt of online payment.
- Last date to register: January 4, 2018.
- Last date of Submission of Memorials: January 14, 2019
- Oral Rounds: March 9-10, 2019
Queries may be addressed to Prof. (Dr.) Harpreet Kaur (Faculty Coordinator) at [email protected].
Moot proposition, Annexures, Brochure: Click here.
Moot problem clarifications: Click here.
This post was first published on:
6 Dec 2018