10th Lokmanya Tilak National Appellate Moot @ Shri Navalmal Firodia Law College, Pune [March 9-10]: Register by March 1

UPDATE: Pursuant to multiple requests by prospective participants, the deadline for the Registration for the competition has been extended till the 27th of February, 2018, 11:59 PM.

The Moot Court activity is an inherent feature of every premier Law School. To create eloquent advocates in this activity is greatly promoted by the college.

We, at Deccan Education Society’s Shri Navalmal Firodia Law College, Pune, host a one of its kind – Lokmanya Tilak National Appellate Moot Court Competition each year. A unique format of mooting at Appellate Level in both civil and criminal domains is appreciated by the various participants.

The response has been growing from strength to strength every year. This Competition has been among a series of successful moot court competitions, with a remarkable response from teams across the country in previous years, acclaimed for its intellectually stimulating moot problems, high standards of Judging and Transparency.

This year’s edition of the competition i.e. the 10th Lokmanya Tilak National Appellate Moot Court Competition, 2018 shall be held on the 9th and 10th of March, 2018.

The links to the Moot Proposition, Annexures, Rule Sheet and the Registration Form are given below.

The last date for Registration is the 25th of February, 2018.

Students pursuing 3-years or 5-years law course in the academic year 2017-18 from any recognised Law School / College / University in India are eligible to participate.

We look forward to hosting the prospective participants!


For any other query or inquiry, kindly send us an email on deslaw.mootcourt@gmail.com or kindly contact the Student Co-ordinators.

Student Co-ordinators:

  1. Ms. Niyati Shah (+91 – 94033 56793)
  2. Ms. Palak Arora (+91 – 89756 25024)
  3. Mr. Shreyas Lele (+91 – 84199 88997)

For updates, follow the Facebook page given here.


Paper Book for Criminal Appeal 

Rule Sheet

Registration Form 

Annexure – 1 (Map)

Annexure – 2 (Index to Map)


This post was first published on: 12 Feb 2018

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