The competition is structured as per the following format:
a) Preliminary Rounds
b) Quarter Finals
c) Semi finals
d) Grand Finale
There shall be a common problem for the preliminaries (Round I) and Quarter Finals, and another common problem for the semi finals and the Grand Finale (Round II).
The teams interested to participate are required to confirm their participation by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, clearly mentioning the name of the institution to which they belong and a list of team members.
E-mail confirming participation has to be sent by July 25, 2014.
1st prize: Rs. 1 Lac
2nd prize: Rs. 50,000
3rd prize: Rs. 25,000
Best Speaker: Rs. 10,000 | Best Memorial: Rs. 10,000
A special highlight this year is that both the moot problems have been drafted by the Nishith Desai Associates, Mumbai.
The finals shall witness a 7 judge bench which will include a galaxy of the brightest stars in the legal world and some of the most well-known legal luminaries.
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