Lexknot 2020, Legal Fest at ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad [March 19-22]: Register by March 10

Lexknot is a law festival hosted and organized by the ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad which provides an artisan platform, designed to inculcate multi-dimensional learning and to carve the present legal aspirants to legal professionals of the 21st century.  The event will be held from 19th to 22nd March 2020.  

The venue for the event will be at  ICFAI Law School, IFHE Campus, Hyderabad. We will be hosting various legal events such as client counselling, Mediation, Asian Parliamentary Debate, and Judgement Writing to enhance the competitive spirit in multifarious aspects among the students.  


Students pursuing three or five-year courses of the LL.B degree from any recognized law school/college/ university in India (aged 18-35 years) are eligible to participate in the fest.


Teams must register themselves latest by 10th March 2020. Registration form (given here) duly signed by the participants and Head of Institution should be sent to ‘The Director, ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad, IFHE campus, Donthanapalli, Shankarapalli Road, Hyderabad – 501203, Telangana State, India. 

Important dates

Date of Event: 19th to 22nd March 2020.

Early Bird Registration: on or before 27th February 2020

Last date of Registration: on or before 10th March 2020.


Dr. K.V.Ravi Kumar, Asst. Professor, Coordinator
Mobile – 9440632342 E-mail:drravikumar@ifheindia.org

Dr.S.Kannan, Asst. Professor, Co-coordinator,
Mobile  – 9442007216 E-mail: kannans@ifheindia.org

Click here for the brochure.

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