Law Centre-II made a humble beginning in the year 1971 at the premises of ARSD College, Dhaula Kuan to offer full-time LL.B. program. It has a glorious past of 48 years.
ABOUT THE EVENT
The S.K. Puri Memorial International Moot Court – JUSTIFIED 2020 is being organised by Law Centre – II, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi from 27th – 29th March 2020.
Law Centre – II organizes and hosts the S.K. Puri Memorial International Moot Court Competition every year to commemorate late Mr. S.K. Puri who made his mark as an advocate in the High Court of Delhi and Supreme Court of India.
In continuation of the legacy set up by Late Mr S.K. Puri, this moot court is being organized with the aim of providing exposure to the students pursuing the law courses, to hone their research, drafting and other advocacy skills.
The past editions of the competition have witnessed a highly competitive and challenging atmosphere and the competition has only grown in prominence with each passing year. Witnessing the participation of some of the best law colleges in the country, it is truly a competition to watch out for. This 3rd edition of the Competition will be centred around the field of Arbitration Law.
VENUE: Law Centre – II, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi (Umang Bhawan, Chhatra Marg, North Campus)
DATES: 27th – 29th March 2020
Last Date of Registration [Please refer to Rule IV(A)]
Last Date for Seeking Clarifications [Please refer to Rule VII]
Release of Clarifications
Last Date to Submit Soft Copies of Memorials [Please refer to Rule V(B)(a) read with Rule V(A)]
Last Date to Submit 6 sets of Hard Copies of Memorials along with hard copies of registration form, travel plan and declaration, [Please refer to Rule V(B)(b) read with Rule V(A)]
On-site registration [Please refer to Rule IV(B)], Inaugural Session and draw of lots with memorial exchange for the preliminary rounds
Preliminary and Quarter Final Rounds
Semi-Final and Final Rounds followed by Valedictory Session
All students who have been duly enrolled and are pursuing a full-time 3-year LL.B. programme or a 5-year integrated LL.B. programme or LL.M. programme (or international equivalent) from a recognized Indian or Foreign University shall be eligible to participate in the competition.
Any institution whose students fulfil the eligibility criteria shall be entitled to send only ONE team to the Competition, subject to the completion of registration formalities as detailed in the Rules of the Competition.
Each team shall comprise of a maximum number of three members (two speakers and one researcher) or a minimum number of two members (two speakers). In the event a team consists only of 2 members, it shall be mandatory for one of them to also participate as a researcher.
In the event any change is required in the name of a participant and/or in his/her designation as a speaker or a researcher, the same shall be communicated to the OC via e-mail latest by 19th March 2020, 5:00 P.M. Such change shall not be automatic on sending an e-mail. It may be permitted or rejected by the OC and such decision shall be duly communicated to the participating team.
All prospective participating teams shall register for the competition by sending an e-mail in the prescribed format to the official e-mail address i.e. mcs[at]lc2.du.ac.in on or before 20th February 2020, 11:59 p.m.
Each team intending to register shall pay a registration fee of Rs. 4000/- on or before 20th February 2020, 11:59 P.M. which includes accommodation.
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