National Drafting Competition which is jointly organized by Just Justice: We Believe in Equity & Path Lexis: A Way to Legal Success.
About Just Justice
Just Justice: We Believe in Equity is a legal start-up dedicating itself solely on the comprehensive development of youth. By providing legal services and contesting legal competitions like Quizzes, Debates, Writing Competitions along with Webinars, Seminars, Expert Lectures and holding out law workshops to mould and encourage those who are deprived of knowledge.
A step taken by Mr. Kshitij Sharma and Mr. Harshit Gupta with a mission to create a workplace, where learning is the interpretation of a well- built foundation and opportunities are well assisted with effective utilization. The vision of Just Justice is to provide pool of opportunities in the field of law to upcoming lawyers and hence this is a step towards achieving our goal and ensuring education to everybody who requires it.
About Path Lexis
Path Lexis: A Way to Legal Success is a youth organisation founded by Mr. Vikram Sharma. This Organization
specializing in organizing moot courts, debates, seminars and other legal competitions for a much better learning experience than what is offered to the law students. Driven by a sense of excellence and talent in the young minds, a variety of mediums are provided to help students achieve perfectionism in every domain of the legal field.
The vision at Path Lexis is based around equality of opportunity in the field of law. By creating a community of law students, all students are delivered an equal shot at growing and learning. Every person is a manifestation of their past experiences, upbringing and the socio-economic backgrounds and Path Lexis transcends such barriers.
About the Event
This Competition will start on 14th February 2021 and will continue till 16th February 2021. The competition has 3 events each every day.
For all the Academicians; Research Scholars; Students who are currently pursuing Law from any recognized university/Colleges across the country India or are appearing for any competitive paper having relevancy with Law (the criteria may differ according to competitions).
For every general query related to the event participants can contact on below-mentioned details between 10:00 am to 7:00 pm.
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