The Y.K. Sabharwal Moot Court Competition aims to foster and cultivate interest in constitutional law and philosophy. The Competition aims to challenge participants to engage in research on cutting edge questions plaguing the best scholars in the field. The Competition shall be held in the New Delhi, the city where the Constitution came to life.
Only one team can submit memorials from an institution and all participants in a team must be from the same institution.
The competition is open to students currently registered in any 5-year integrated undergraduate law degree/ 3-year undergraduate law degree/ LL.M in India.
Structure of the Competition
Twelve (12) teams will be selected through memorial eliminations to participate in the oral rounds in Delhi from 5th – 7th October 2018.
The Competition will require the participants to work on two (2) problems. The first problem will be used for memorial eliminations, preliminary oral rounds and the Quarter-Finals. The second problem will be used for the Semi-Finals and the Finals.
Provisional Registration must be done by sending a mail expressing interest to email@example.com. This mail must also contain the contact details of the Moot Court Committee’s Convenor/Faculty-in-charge.
Note: Participation in the moot court competition is by invitation only. However, the Universities/Colleges (and not individual teams) may send an email indicating an interest to participate in the competition. The Organising Committee shall retain discretion to consider such applications
Moot Problem-I to be released: Second week of June 2018
Last date for seeking clarifications on Moot Problem-I: 30th June 2018
Clarifications to Moot Problem-I: 5th July 2018
Deadline for Registrations: 20th July 2018
Deadline for submissions of Memorials: 14th August 2018
Release of Moot Problem-II: 20th August 2018
Memorial Elimination Results: 10th September 2018
Written Submissions for Moot Problem-II: 1st October 2018
Oral Rounds: 5th – 7th October 2018
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