Justice Dipak Misra International Moot Court Competition 2(11) of 2021 shall be held virtually on 24th and 25th April 2021.
About Geeta Institute of Law
Geeta Institute of Law, is affiliated with Kurukshetra University and approved by the Bar Council of India and is imparting top class legal education since 2007. It offers courses of B.A.LL.B & B.B.A.L.L.B. (5 yrs integrated course), LL.B. (3 yrs course) and L.L.M(2 yrs course).
It aims to nurture legal professionals catering to the requirements of the era of globalization and chisel out raw teenagers into matured professionals.
About Justice Dipak Misra
Hon’ble Mr. Justice Dipak Misra has served as the 45th Chief Justice of India from 28th August 2017 till 2nd October 2018. Born on 3rd October 1953, Justice Misra enrolled at the Bar in 1977 and practiced at the Orissa High Court. He was appointed as an Additional Judge of the Orissa High Court in 1996 and was transferred to the Madhya Pradesh High Court where he was made a Permanent Judge in 1997.
In December 2009, Justice Misra was appointed Chief Justice of the Patna High Court, serving until May 2010, where he was appointed the Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court. Justice Misra was elevated to the Supreme Court of India on 10th October 2011 and assumed charge as the Chief Justice of India on 28th August 2017.
A former Judge of Orissa and Madhya Pradesh High Court and a former Chief Justice of Patna and Delhi High Courts, he is a bold and Humane Judge. Justice Misra has been a strong upholder of constitutional values and citizenry rights and a staunch defender of the rights to equality, liberty, and dignity.
The Competition is open for bonafide students pursuing 5 Year and 3 Years L L.B. Course or any similar course in a foreign university.
The language for the Competition shall be English only.
Each team shall consist of three members (two speakers and one researcher).
The researcher will only be allowed to argue instead of a speaker, with the prior permission of the Principal – Geeta Institute of Law.
Clarification to the Moot Proposition may be sought by sending an e-mail to mootcourt2021[at]geeta.edu.in on or before 10th April 2021. Clarification sent after this date shall not be entertained.
The Oral rounds shall comprise of:
Preliminary Round (Two)
Registration Fee: INR 1000 for students who are Indian Nationals and US$20 for students who are foreign nationals.
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