The Moot Court Society (MCS) of the School of Law is a student-run body under the able guidance of our faculty coordinators. The Society seeks to channelize students into the activity of mooting. The primary goal of MCS is to provide all students with the opportunity to harbour research, oral advocacy skills, legal drafting skills and other essential prowess to mould a student into an adept mooter.
In order to achieve this objective, MCS is organizing its 12th Flagship Edition of the National Moot Court Competition. The Competition is scheduled to be held from November 18 to 21, 2021, virtually, and it shall strive to carry forward the same legacy in providing a holistic experience of booting in the virtual format.
All law colleges/ institutions/ universities across the country recognized by the Bar Council of India are eligible to take part in the Competition. All participants must be currently pursuing their Bachelor’s degree in Law, i.e., either 3-year or 5-year courses.
Only one team per college/institution/university shall be allowed to participate.
To register for the moot court competition, click on the link given at the end of this post.
Last Date For Seeking ClarificationsOctober 15, 2021Last Date For Online Registration(Inclusive Of Payment & Other Procedures)October 17, 2021Release Of ClarificationsOctober 18, 2021Release Of Team CodesOctober 20, 2021Last Date For Submission of Memorials Soft Copy through Google FormNovember 7, 2021Researcher’s TestNovember 17, 2021InaugurationNovember 18, 2021Preliminary Round 1November 18, 2021Preliminary Round 2 November 19, 2021Octa Finals and Quarter FinalsNovember 20, 2021Semi-Finals, Finals & ValedictoryNovember 21, 2021
TitlePrize MoneyWinnerRs. 30,000Runner-upRs. 18,000Best SpeakerRs. 5,000Best MemorialRs. 5,000Best ResearcherA TrophyE-certificates will be awarded to all the participants
Mr. Harit Narang
Ms. Rachna Dubey
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School of Law, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Bangalore, was founded and is administered by Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (CMI). The parent university, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), formerly Christ College had the rare distinction of being one of the first institutions in India to be accredited in 1998 by the NAAC.