For the Judgment Writing Competition the teams participating in the respective regional rounds of the National Trial Advocacy Competition will be eligible to participate.
Submission for the Judgment Writing Competition:
a. The participant team may submit to the respective regional administrator a judgment arising out of the Trial Moot case in M S Word format not exceeding 3000 words including footnotes, citations etc.
b. To be submitted on the prescribed date (30 days from the conclusion of the last regional round of Trial Advocacy Moot) by email to the respective host institution with a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org
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