LawInternships is an organization that provides internship opportunities in the field of law primarily to the students pursuing undergraduate or postgraduate programs.
About All India Law Student Federation
All India Law Students Federation is an NGO with a highly capable team of Lawyers, Legal Academicians, Legal Luminaries & Law Students who are dedicated towards the cause of Law Students Welfare by empowering them with knowledge, experience and wisdom.
About the Competition
On the occasion of teacher’s day LawInternships, in association with All India Law Student Federation, is organizing a first-of-its-kind National Judgment Writing Competition, 2020 for overall development and enhancement of legal writing knowledge of legal postulants.
Writing a judgment encompasses a detailed process of understanding and reasoning the factual matrix of the case, applying appropriate law, and knowledge of courtroom practices, ability to make a fair decision and finally deliver it in a reasonable manner- “De Jure”
Note: Top 10 Shortlisted judgments shall be given live review/feedbacks by Justices of Courts/Tribunals of India.
The Competition is open to every student pursuing either five-year or three-year course in law from various Schools/Colleges/Universities/ in India.
For Team Registration: INR 700 Only/- (Rupees Seven Hundred only)
For Individual Registration: INR 400 Only/- (Rupees Four Hundred only)
Language of the Competition
The official language of the Competition is strictly English. Communication in any other international, national, or regional language during the Competition shall not be permitted.
DATE & MODE: The results shall be released on September 21, 2020, via online mode.
The participants are required to complete the “Provisional Registration” through the link for Google Form annexed below which shall be done on or before September 5th, 2020, 11:59 PM IST.
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