Symbiosis Law School NOIDA’s, a constituent of Symbiosis International (Deemed University), 1st Ram Jethmalani Moot Court Competition, 2020 is being held in association with Legitquest.
Shri Ram Boolchand Jethmalani, an eminent jurist and parliamentarian, led a successful legal career for 78 years and contributed towards the legal profession till the end. The achievements of this feisty legal crusader are unlikely to ever be matched anywhere in the world. Shri Jethmalani was also Professor Emeritus for Symbiosis International (Deemed University). In his capacity as
a Professor, he enjoyed teaching students aspects of constitutional law and numerous other core legal areas. His enthusiasm was matched by the love his students had for his lectures; students, who were in as much awe of him as they were motivated to take up the legal profession as a career.
With the objective of taking the baton further, we are delighted to invite your esteemed institution to the 1 st Ram Jethmalani Moot Court Competition, 2020 being organised from 31st July – 2nd August 2020, at Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA.
Through this Moot Court Competition, we seek to promote the spirit of legal reasoning and advocacy. The aim of the competition is to expose students to the developing frontiers of law which shall help them to develop holistically. This moot intends to honour and celebrate ‘doyen of the legal profession’, Shri Ram Jethmalani’s legacy.
VENUE: Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA, Uttar Pradesh, India.
DATES: 31st July – 2nd August 2020
Faculty of Law/Law School/Universities are invited to participate in the 1st Ram Jethmalani Moot Court Competition, 2020 by registering on or before May 15, 2020.
The participants will get an opportunity to research and argue on contemporary issues of great importance in front of a panel comprising of highly distinguished and competent judges.
Only one team can register from one institution/college. Members of the team must be undergraduate students, either pursuing a 5-year integrated course or a regular 3-year post-graduation course in Bachelors of Law or pursuing a one year/two years’ LL.M. degree from a recognised university.
Release of Moot Problem: 4th February 2020
Last date of Registration: 15th May 2020
Last date for seeking Clarifications: 10th May 2020
Release of Clarifications: 15th May 2020
Submission of Memorials & Video: 7th June 2020
Release of Memo & Video results: 25th June 2020
Submission of Hard Copies of Memorials: 4th July 2020
Oral Rounds: 31st July – 2nd August 2020
Each team will consist of a total of three members, two speakers and one researcher. The two speakers will compete in the oral rounds, and the researcher will compete in the researchers’ test. Speaker and researchers cannot swap positions during the competition.
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