Bharati Vidyapeeth University’s New Law College, established in 1978, is the premier institute of international excellence in the field of legal education.
About the Competition
Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed to be University) New Law College, Pune is organising the first of its kind competition for law students in India, The Hour of Disaster Challenge on International Law & Human Rights.
The Format of the competition is based on yet another famous and innovative competition The Day of Crisis. The Day of Crisis competition was founded by Professor Jean-Marc Thouvenin in 2012. It is a unique competition, centred on Public International law and diplomacy, where a major international crisis is simulated, and participants are asked to deal with the events unfolding over the course of several hours.
However, due to the paucity of time and other constraints, the format of the competition has slightly been customized to better suit the exist- ing framework.
About the Organisation: THE HOUR OF DISASTER CHALLENGE – on International Law & Human Rights, 2020.
Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed to be University, New Law College, Bharati Vidyapeeth Educational Complex, Erandawane, Paud Road, Pune, Maharashtra India-411038.
All law Schools those which are participating in the 10th Justice P.N. Bhagwati International Moot Court Competition on Human Rights are eligible to participate in the present competition.
The link for the post of 10th Justice P.N. Bhagwati International Moot Court Competition is here.
Each team shall comprise of minimum 2 and a maximum of 3 participants.
Out of these three participants, one shall assume the role of an Agent, one Ambassador, & the other remaining participant shall assume the role of Minister of External Affairs of the designated country highlighted in the disaster case.
The team shall send their particulars to the organizers by the dates to be decided by the administrators.
The teams shall additionally send their particulars by email to the organizers.
The last date for registration will be 15TH FEBRUARY, 2020.
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