Ikigai Law (formerly TRA Law) is a boutique law and policy firm in India, specializing in representing technology business and investors. The firm represents some of the largest technology companies globally and innovative ventures in India, including satellite manufacturers, UAV companies, e-retailers, AR/VR hardware, and content companies, crypto-currency platforms, and other fintech ventures.
The National Law School of India University is an institution of legal education focusing on undergraduate and graduate legal and policy education in India.
About the Contract Drafting Competition
Ikigai Law, in association with NLSIU, is pleased to invite participants for the 2019 edition of the ‘Ikigai Law Contract Drafting Competition’.
The competition seeks to engage with the community of law students in India, in a bid to spark the interest of law students in exploring the age-old and ever-evolving art of contract drafting. The problem gives participants a unique opportunity to create real-world solutions to practical legal problems, by relying on first-principles.
The competition is open to both Indian and foreign law students in their individual capacity.
Winners will receive:
The top prize of INR 15,000/-
Runners-up prize of INR 7500/-
One special commendation of INR 5,000/-
Last date for registration: 6 September 2019
Last date for submissions: 16 September 2019
Students must register by filling out thisGoogle form. The problem and associated rules can be accessed on the firm’s official website here.
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