Lawctopus Law School presents an open and free webinar on How to Research for a Moot Memorial? to help young law students understand the process of conducting research for drafting memorials in moot court competitions.
About Lawctopus Law School
Conceptualized and kick-started in May 2019, and formally launched in March 2020, Lawctopus Law School has taught a wide range of skills to over 3000 law students, young lawyers, professionals, academicians, and business people in the last 10 months. Over 300 students have rated our courses and the average rating is 89/100 and call our online courses a ‘warm’ learning experience!
Our courses on Legal Research and Writing, Contract Drafting and Negotiation, Litigation Basics, ODR, IPRs (with separate modules too for Trademarks, Copyrights, and Patents), and Mooting have transformed how people look at legal education and online legal education. Our free and open webinars have been attended by over 20,000 people.
This has meant wide-ranging industry recognition with tie-ups with law firms like Surana and Surana, Sujata Choudhari IP Attorneys, publishers like Oakbridge, industry bodies like Delhi Management Association, etc. We were also shortlisted for the Agami Prize 2020.
About the Webinar
Mooting as an activity has received widespread acceptance from law students across the country. It is a law student’s first experiencing of presenting his/her/their case before a panel of judges. Therefore, it becomes equally important for us to understand the most essential aspect behind mooting i.e. research.
Through this webinar, we intend to help students across various law schools understand the process of conducting research for drafting memorials in moot court competitions.
Details of the Webinar
Day, Date, Time: Saturday, January 22, 2021, 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM.
Platform: Zoom (with all mandated safeguards in place)
Certificates: No. Please attend it for your knowledge and insights.
What we will be discussing
- Analyzing the moot problem
- Conducting preliminary research on applicable law
- Framing issues/sub-issues and structuring the memorial
- Resources for national and international moots / based on the subject of the moot
- Compiling the research and connecting it with facts
- Importance of mooting as a law student
Who should Attend?
If you are a law student or a legal educator, or someone just trying to understand research for drafting a memorial in Moot Court Competitions.
When is it?
The webinar is on January 22, 2021 (Saturday), 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM.
About the Speaker
Sambhav Sharma is a 5th-year student at Amity Law School, Delhi (IP University). He is currently serving as the Convenor of the Amity Law School, Delhi Moot Court Society.
Sambhav has participated in the Philip C. Jessup Moot as a speaker, where his team qualified to the Global White & Case Advanced Rounds. He also participated as a Speaker in the Willem C. Vis East International Commercial Arbitration Moot Court Competition 2020, Hong Kong and was awarded the Honorable Mention for the Fali Nariman Award for Best Respondent Memorandum.
His team was also awarded 2 Honorable Mentions for Best Memoranda on Behalf of both Claimant and Respondent at the 4th AIAC Vis Pre-Moot 2020, Malaysia. He has also participated in various National level Moot Court Competitions securing merit.
He currently serves as the Associate Editor and India Correspondent at JURIST Legal News and Commentary, based in the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US.
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