Historically speaking, there are only little over than 200 reported cases under Section 377 which have been registered, and most of these cases concern child abuse and sexual abuse. By Nipun Saxena, 5th year, NLU Delhi
With the aim to grapple with the multifarious concerns and realities for a reform in the corporate governance, development of securities market and corporate restructuring, this conference has been well thought-out to address reforms in the corporate governance, emerging dimension of corporate social responsibility, protection of securities market and the challenges to corporate restructuring.
The National Law School of India University team consisting of Raag Yadava, Geetha Hariharan, Shreya Jain and Akshaya Ramadurai won the 54th Philip C Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. Raag Yadava also bagged the award for the Best Speaker (Finals).
Name of the Moot: 12th Amity National Moot Court Competition, 2013
Dates: 1st-3rd March, 2012
Subject of the moot problem: Intellectual Property Rights and Civil Procedure
Last Date for Registration: 20th December