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About the Event
The Legal Insider is organising its 1st Online Memorial Writing Competition.
It shall be an online event.
At present students/participants must be pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Law, i.e., 3-year LL.B. Course or 5-year LL.B from any recognized college or university or pursuing LL.M from any recognized university or preparing for the judiciary.
In one team, not more than 3 participants are allowed. But, however, participants may seek Individual or Single participation. In one team, participants from different universities or schools or colleges are allowed.
Release of Proposition, Rules and Commencement of Registration: 27th April 2020
Last Date of Registration: 11th May 2020
Last Date for seeking Clarifications: 10th May 2020
Last Date of Submission of Memorials (Softcopy): 21st May 2020
Declaration of Result of the Memorial Round: 31st May 2020
Participants should register by sending the mail at insiderthelegal[at]gmail.com and insider.legal.law[at]gmail.com along with the screenshot of the payment receipt.
The body of the mail shall consist:
Name of the participant
Branch and Year in which you are studying
Winner will be awarded Cash Prize of Rs. 4000/-, & E-Certificate of excellence
Runner-up will be awarded Cash Prize of Rs. 2000/- & E-Certificate of excellence
3rd will be awarded a cash prize of Rs. 1100, and certificate of excellence
The next 25 following best candidate will be awarded an E-Certificate of Merit and Internship Opportunity with our team.
The soft copy of the participation certificate will be provided to every eligible participant.
Individual Participation: Rs 350/-
Team Participation( Max 3 members): Rs 550/-
Payment to be done on 9720281573, you may use Paytm or Google Pay.
Note: Team Participation is allowed up to 3 members but not more than that.
Format of the Memorial
The memorials are to be submitted in the format prescribed Rules. If a team fails to comply with the given format, it may be penalized in the form of deductions from the memorial marks.
The memorials shall contain all of, and only, the following heads, namely: Cover Page (It shall include the team code of the team on the upper right-hand corner, name of the case, parties on behalf of whom written submissions are made, name of the forum approached for dispute resolution and year. The Cover page of the memorial on behalf of the plaintiff/ petitioner/ appellant shall be in BLUE, and defendant/ respondent shall be in RED).
Table of Contents
List of Abbreviations
Index of Authorities
Statement of Jurisdiction
Statement of Facts
Summary of Arguments
Note: If you do not know how to write a memorial or you are doing it the first time, contact us we will provide you samples and guidelines for writing memorial.
Each registered team shall submit a soft copy, both in Microsoft Word format and PDF format (.docx and .pdf) of the memorials from both sides, via email to insiderthelegal[at]gmail.com and insider.legal.law[at]gmail.com on or before 11:59 PM on 21th May 2020.
The subject of the email should be the following “Memorial Submission”. The name of the file containing the memorial from the plaintiff/petitioner/appellant’s side should be “PLAINTIFF/PETITIONER/APPELLANT” (as the case maybe). The name of the file containing the respondent’s side should be “DEFENDANT/ RESPONDENT”. Both the memos should be enclosed in a zip file with the name of the participant who sends registration details.
Assessment of the Memorial
Each side of the memorials shall be assessed out of 100 marks, by a team of experts on the predetermined criterion, as specified hereunder:
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