Gautam Buddha University is a State University, established under the Uttar Pradesh Gautam Buddha University Act, 2002 (U.P. Act No. (9) of 2002), recognized by UGC under section 2(f) and 12(B) of UGC Act, 1956 and accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).
Established in 2011, the School of Law, Justice & Governance envisions to foster the advancement of learning, teaching and research in the fields of law, justice and governance.
About the Moot
Gautam Buddha University is organising its 1st Virtual National Moot Court Competition 2020.
In the wake of deadly COVID-19 pandemic, the world has been facing an unprecedented situation. This has brought humanity to the brink of existential threat. Nations across the world are beefing up their preparation to face the challenges thrown by the Coronavirus.
With the help of this technological advancement, the School of Law, Justice & Governance, Gautam Buddha University, feels proud and honoured to organize their First National Virtual Moot Court Competition, 2020 to engage the ignited minds who are open to sharpening the skills in research and pleadings in a creative way. By using this virtual platform, the event aims to instil confidence in students and motivate them to overcome the ongoing crisis by exploring a new dimension of innovation in legal practice skill generation.
All students who are pursuing Integrated 5-year LL.B. or 3-year LL.B. programmes from recognized Law Schools, Universities and Institutions in India or abroad shall be eligible to participate.
Winner: INR 5000 (Five thousand) and e-certificate
Runner Up: INR 2500 (Twenty five hundred) and e-certificate
Best Memorial: INR 2000 and e-certificate
Best Mooter : INR 2000 and e-certificate.
Special prize to the winners by SCC Online
Team size and Other Information
Each participating team shall comprise of two (2) members. No limitation on the number of teams participating from a college/Institution.
No team shall contradict the composition mentioned above. No faculty member, coach, or a designated observer will
be allowed to join the video-conferencing or chat room during the session.
The language of the competition will be English.
To register click on this link or scan the QR code given provided at the last page of the brochure.
Take a screenshot of your payment and upload the same at the required place in Google form.
The Registration shall be deemed complete only when the Registration Fee has been remitted successfully, the Application form is duly filled, and the screenshot of the payment is submitted.
The registration fee for the team is Rs. 500/-. Fee once paid is non-refundable.
The last date of registration shall be25th May 2020
The memorial, as well as the pre-recorded videos of the arguments, shall be submitted by 30th May 2020
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