About the CMR National Moot Court Competition
The CMR V National Moot Court Competition, which is our flagship event, is organized on alternative years as a biennial event.
It is an event that caters to the currently exploding requirement of quality in legal education.
In the past this event has witnessed participation by the students of all the premier legal institutions across the country.
This competition attempts to further, facilitate the development of skills of interpretation and legal reasoning in the participating students, with a benign hope of encouraging them to achieve greater heights.
This competition acknowledges the privilege of hosting the top institutions in the country to fight out for overall cash prize of more than Fifty Thousand Rupees apart from providing a stimulating premise to showcase and test legal acumen and mannerism.
Currently in its fifth edition The CMR V NMCC 2016 shall be restricted to a total participation by not more than 24 teams competing in two preliminary rounds to be judged by experienced advocates, professionals and law teachers from Bangalore.
The theme for the current edition is International Law involving issues of Environment, Technology and Taxation.
The problem for the current edition has been drafted by, Dr. Sairam Bhat, Associate Professor, National Law School of India University.
18th – 20th March, 2016
Interested students are required to register at the earliest before 15th February, 2016.
To Register, click HERE.
Deadline for Submission of Memorials
7th March, 2016
CMR Law School, Bangalore.
Any person enrolled as a student of the 5 year BA.LLB/ BBA.LLB programme or the 3 year LLB programme is eligible to participate in the competition.
1. Winners – Rs 25,000/-
2. Runners Up – Rs, 10,000/-
3. Best Memorial – Rs 10,000/-
4. Best Student Advocate – Rs 5,000/-
5. Best Researcher- Rs.5000/-
For Moot Problem, click HERE.
For Rules and Regulations, click HERE.
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