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 MOOT COURT COMPETITION
Law Centre-II has been organizing national level moot court competition “JUSTIFIED” for the past three years. This time Law Centre-II is organising its first international edition – “S.K. Puri Memorial International Moot Court Competition – JUSTIFIED’19 from 27th to 29th September 2019.
All students enrolled in a recognized 3 year LLB programme or a recognized 5 year integrated LL.B. programme (or international equivalent), shall be eligible to participate in the Competition.
Only one team can register from a particular College or Law School for participation in the competition.
Each team shall consist only of two speakers and one researcher. A team may consist only of two members as well (both speakers).
Law Centre-II, Umang Bhawan, Chhatra Marg, North Campus, University of Delhi, Delhi – 110007 India.
REGISTRATION PROCEDURE AND FEE DETAILS
The “soft copy” of the duly filled registration form should be sent, on or before 07th August 2019 via email to skpm.justified19[at] gmail.com. (along with Scanned copy of Demand draft)
Teams must submit a Demand Draft of INR 3000/- (in case of a national team), and USD 100/- (in case of an International team), drawn in the name of “Registrar, University of Delhi, Delhi”, payable at Delhi, India.
The Demand Draft along with the hard copy of the duly filled Registration form shall reach on or before 12th August 2019 at the address mentioned below:
Dr. V. K. Ahuja, In-Charge, Law Centre-II, Room No. 103, First Floor, Umang Bhawan, Faculty of Law, Chhatra Marg, North Campus, University of Delhi, India, Pin: Delhi – 100007.
Submission of the Registration form and DD (Soft Copy Only)
07th August 2019
Demand Draft of Registration Fee (Original) + Registration Form (Hard Copy)
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