Shri. Koneru Lakshmaiah 3rd All India National Moot Court Competition by KLU College of Law [April 23-24]: Register by April 10

About KLU College of Law

KLEF College of Law was established in the year 2015 with the prior approval of the bar council of India [BCI].

Theme

The theme of the moot proposition is centered around Criminal Law. This theme has been chosen with the utmost deliberation to ensure maximum participation from various recognized Law Universities, owing to the contemporary relevance of the involved disciplines. The event will take place via a virtual meeting platform (Webex).

Eligibility

  • The competition shall be open to students who are pursuing an integrated 5 year LLB or 3 year LLB program in India.
  • Team Composition
  • Each team shall constitute a minimum of two members and a maximum of three members. Under no condition shall a team consisting of more than three members be allowed to participate and maximum two teams can participate from each University/College.
  • In the event a team consists of two speakers, such team shall designate both the members as speakers and no member in the team shall be allowed to be represented as a researcher.
  • The registration form is to be filled in soft copy and the fees for each team shall be Rs. 1000/-, which has to be paid online in the account mentioned in the official brochure.
  • All the participating institutions have to confirm participation by sending the soft copy of the form along with the receipt of the online payment to on or before 10th April 2021 by 11:55 PM.

Prizes

  • Best Team: Rs. 25,000/-
  • Runners up: Rs. 15, 000/-
  • Best Speaker: Rs. 5,000/-
  • Best Memorial: Rs. 5,000/-
  • Certificates of participation shall be provided to all the teams.

Contact Information

Faculty Coordinators

  • Ms. Deepasri R Prasad: 9886420917
  • Dr. I. K. Pavan Kumar: 8008999595

Student Coordinators

  • N. Prathyusha: 7287048858
  • K. Krishna Deepthi: 9290000233
  • B. Sreeya: 863962531
  • Ch. Vishwanath: 8333821418

Important Links

For the brochure of the moot court competition, click here.

For the moot proposition, click here.

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