ILS Law College, or in its full name Indian Law Society’s Law College, is a government law school in Pune, India. It was established in 1924 and offers three-year and five-year degree courses.
ABOUT PROFESSOR S.P. SATHE
Professor Satyaranjan Purushottam Sathe was a distinguished legal luminary and a renowned academic in the judicial universe of India. He held various positions in Universities and Law Institutes of repute. Professor S.P. Sathe had a long association with the Indian Law Society. He was the Principal of ILS Law College from 1976 to 1991. He was also the Secretary of the Indian Law Society until 2002. He was the Founder Director of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies.
ABOUT THE COMPETITION
ILS Law College, Pune is pleased to announce the 14th Edition of Remembering Prof. S.P. Sathe National Moot Court Competition, 2020 scheduled to be held from 27th March-29th March 2020. The theme of this year’s moot court competition is Intersectionality and Multiple Discrimination.
Generally in India, we follow the approach of looking at discrimination through particular silo-like sex, caste, etc. We have not evolved jurisprudence to look at the impact of multiple discrimination on the plaintiff in particular and on strengthening and enforcement of fundamental right guaranteed by Articles 14, 15 and 16 in general. We want to emphasize this gap in Indian public law and critique it from a comparative perspective.
Students enrolled in a full-time bachelors (three-year or five-year) law programme at the time of the competition are eligible to compete in the Competition.
Each College/Law School or University may register one team only.
Maximum 24 teams shall participate in the Competition on a first-come-first-serve basis. Confirmation will be communicated to the top 24 teams after completion of provisional registration.
A team shall be composed of either: Two Members: both speakers OR Three Members: two speakers and one researcher.
In case of any queries/clarifications drop us an email at spsathemoot[at]ilslaw.in or contact the undersigned:
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