LawWithIt started around two years ago when they started from ideas and dreams to serve in the field of the legal fraternity. Started from a hostel room in Panjab University we are now a family of more than 16500 members on various social media platforms(including Instagram, Whatsapp, twitter etc).
Their priority has always been to provide the most genuine and authentic law updates. Over time with the help and support of fellow friends they now propose to organise an open online legal competition by the name of the Closing Statement.
About the Competition
The closing statement is one of kind online legal competition where a participant is required to submit a closing statement as the final argument made in court.
The competition is open to everyone who is a citizen of India (Lawyers, Law Students, Others etc.)
How to submit?
Submission will be sent by email to lawwithit[at]gmail.com with candidate code as subject and by attaching a word file of size not more than 5mb and a pdf file. No submissions will be accepted after 11:59 PM of 30th January.
The font of the body of the submission should be in the following format:
Arguing for Petitioner or Respondent must be mentioned in the Header
Unique ‘Candidate Code’ must be mentioned in the footer of every page.
Maximum word limit 750 word
Times New Roman, size 12,
Line spacing: 1.15
The font to the footnotes: Times New Roman, size 10.
Participants shall cite all authorities in the Written Submission using footnotes following the Bluebook Method of Citation (19th edition). Footnotes should be limited only to citations and in no case shall footnotes contain additional information or arguments
Participants may register by filling the registration form available on the official website and submitting and paying through our secure payment gateways. The last date for registration and submission is 30th January 2020.
Registration Fees for the Competition is Rs. 250/-
Mode of Payment
Payment can be made through PayTM, GooglePay, PhonePe or Bhim UPI on the registered mobile number 9781920288.
All the questions related to the competition can be mailed to at lawwithit[at]gmail.com with ‘FAQ’ as the subject or call at 09781920288
I am an army girl! In a barbie world! Keeper of 5 dogs. On a diet for now. Sometimes I might make punctuation mistakes, but I make up for it by bringing in a crore or two extra. What's more important, a misplaced comma, or a well-placed crore?