Adhivakta Parishad’s 1st National Virtual Criminal Moot Court Competition [Nov 6-8]: Register by Sep 30

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About the Organiser

Akhil Bharatiya Adhivakta Parishad (ABAP) is a Pan India Organisation of Lawyers which is at the forefront of engagement with law and the Indian Judicial System for the sustainable and equitable development of the Nation.

It is a part of a larger family of patriots who has dedicated themselves to rebuilding our nation. The organization makes the right interventions within justice delivery systems and contributes to the law-making process for the welfare of people and rejuvenation of institutions vital for the nation.

About the Moot Court Competition

Adhivakta Parishad is Organizing its 1st National Virtual Criminal Moot Court Competition, 2020 to be held on 6th November to 8th November 2020. Given the prevailing circumstances we all, specially lawyers and law students, are compelled to sit inside our homes.

Adhivakta Parishad, understanding the plight of students, is organizing an event which will be a whole new opportunity to turn things around and make the most of our time by upgrading our skill sets, enriching growth and knowledge, making this time productive. While pursuing a career in law, it is vital to ace research and mooting skills.

Further, we would like to take this opportunity to highlight the importance of this online event as it promotes the idea of Social Distancing despite bringing in the law students together on a single platform.

The main objective of the competition is to appraise the students about presenting the case, drafting memorials and arguing the case from either side on the basis of evidence and substantive questions of law to prove their case before the court.

The last date for submission of Memorials is 30th October 2020.

Team Composition

Each team shall comprise of maximum three (3) and members-only, consisting of two (2) speakers and one (1) researcher.

Eligibility

Participation is restricted to bonafide law students either enrolled in the 3-year L.L.B Law course or the 5-year integrated Law course. Participation is limited to only one team per college or university.

Location and Timing

The tentative time slot for the proceedings shall be from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm on 6th November to 8th November 2020, and the moot court proceedings shall be conducted via Google Meet.

Registration Procedure

All interested Law colleges must provisionally register themselves by simply sending an email before 30th September 2020 on [email protected]

Any registration received after 30th September 2020 will not be considered. There is no registration fee.

Contact Information

  • Akash: 9711904919
  • Riddhima Gaur: 9871001506
  • Tushar Rao: 9810708121
  • E-mail ID: [email protected]

Important Links

For moot court rules of Adhivakta Parishad’s Criminal Moot Court Competition, click here.

For moot proposition of Adhivakta Parishad’s Criminal Moot Court Competition, click here.

 


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