Blog Writing Competition by Memo Pundits | “Law Student’s Toolkit”: Submit by Nov 27 (Register by Nov 23)

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About Memo Pundits

Memo Pundits is India’s largest, oldest and the most trusted Mooting School for law students. It is a unique platform equipping young law students with tools that come handy during mooting. With its unconventional teaching methodology, Memo Pundits’ courses stand out among other similarly placed online courses.

About the Competition

Law schools are not limited to bulky books, lengthy case laws and never-ending project submissions. Numerous other aspects like internships, moot court competitions, research papers etc also play a vital role in shaping your law school experience.

However, the lack of proper guidance on these fronts is very evident. Therefore, we are organizing this competition to bridge the learning gap and provide law students with quick guides to help them become all-rounders.

Theme of the Competition

Theme for this Blog Writing Competition is “Law Student’s Toolkit”. The theme revolves around the necessary knowledge for any law student new to facets of law school.

Sub-themes of the Competition

Internships and Career

Co-curricular Activities

Examples of Topics

The following list of topics is only indicative in nature, and strict adherence is not mandatory. You are free to choose any topic within the theme.

Internships and Career
Career Exploration: How to decide what legal career path to choose
How to excel in internships
Preparing a professional CV and Cover Letter
Writing professional emails
Co-curricular Activities
How to choose a topic for writing a Research Paper
Which co-curricular activities are most important
Tackling the fear of public speaking
What is Plagiarism? How to take care of it?

Eligibility

All law students, academicians and practicing lawyers are invited to participate.

Important Dates

Last date of registration for the Competition November 23rd, 2020
Last date for submission of the Blog November 27th, 2020
Declaration of Results December 6th, 2020

Submission Guidelines

  • Word limit: Minimum 800 words. Maximum 1200 words.
  • Apart from single authorship, co-authorship is allowed for upto 2 authors.
  • Topic of the blog should fall within the theme of this competition.
  • Plagiarism is prohibited. Authors should ensure that they are submitting their original work.
  • All submissions must be made in .doc or .docx format of MS Word.
  • Please email us your blogs at events@memopundits.com. The subject of the mail should be “Blog Competition: Submission by ” (eg. Blog Competition: Submission by Ram Tiwari). In the body of email, please mention the following details of the author(s):
    Name
    Name of the University/WorkPlace
    Year of study
    Title of the Blog
    Phone number (Whatsapp and Calling).

Judgment Criteria

Relevance of the Topic – Topic should not just be relevant but must also pique the interest of the readers.

Novelty of topic – The ideas must be original and not merely a paraphrasing of any existing articles/blogs.

Language and Grammar –
a. Easily comprehensible language should be used while avoiding any grammatical errors like punctuation and spelling errors.
b. Effective Expression: Sentences should be short and crisp delivering effective expression in the least number of words.
c. Cohesive blog structure: The idea must flow in an organized chain of thought.

Interactive piece of writing using relevant keywords – The blog article must be interactive in nature to hold the reader’s attention. An attempt must be made to use keywords that are generally used on Search Engines by users. Here’s a guide that might help you in optimizing keyword usage.

Adherence to submission guidelines

Perks for Winners

1st Prize

Paid internship opportunity with Memo Pundits
Internship opportunity with Metacept – | InfoTech and IP Law
Internship opportunity with LegalEagle Law Forum
Blog publication on our Knowledge Centre
Free publication in Etching the Path’s e-magazine
Discount coupons worth INR 2,000 for Memo Pundits courses
Certificate of Merit

2nd Prize

Paid internship opportunity with Memo Pundits
Internship opportunity with Metacept – | InfoTech and IP Law
Internship opportunity with LegalEagle Law Forum
Blog publication on our Knowledge Centre
Free publication in Etching the Path’s e-magazine
Discount coupons worth INR 1,500 for Memo Pundits courses
Certificate of Merit

3rd Prize

Paid internship opportunity with Memo Pundits
Internship opportunity with Metacept – | InfoTech and IP Law
Internship opportunity with LegalEagle Law Forum
Blog publication on our Knowledge Centre
Discount coupons worth INR 1,000 for Memo Pundits courses
Certificate of Merit

4th and 5th Prize

Blog Publication in Jus Corpus
Note: Each participant will receive a Certificate of Participation and discount coupons worth INR 200/- for Memo Pundits courses.

Registration Details

Registration Fee: INR 100 for single author and INR 150 for co-authors.
Registration Procedure:
o Step 1: Click here to Pay. Please take a screenshot once the payment is done.
o Step 2: Fill this Form to complete your registration.
Note: Registration Fee is Non-Refundable.

Contact Us

In case of any queries, please write to us at events@memopundits.com and [email protected]. You can also reach us via Whatsapp on +91-9999589759 (Lipi Garg, Assistant Publishing Editor).

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