Asgar Khan Advocate National Online Moot Court Competition-2020 – Register by 10th August 2020

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About the organiser

Asgar Khan Advocate Charitable Trust is a non-profit registered charitable organisation established to continue the name,deeds,visions and ideas of the brilliant,eminent and successful Shri Asgar Khan Advocate.This organization is inspired to continue,pursue and evolve his aims and dreams towards the humanity and also towards his profession.

We work towards the betterment of society so that excellence and betterment can prevail in this world.We specially work for the educational and Humanitarian purposes.

About the moot

It gives us immense pleasure to announce that the 1st edition of Asgar Khan Advocate Online Moot Court Competition is being hosted and organized by us. In times of such global pandemic of COVID-19 we have felt that there is a need of  virtual platform , where the law students can draft, plead and showcase their advocacy skill . Keeping in mind these requirements, we are organizing a virtual moot court competition whereby the student advocates will have to think and perform like a lawyer by applying principles of law to the facts of the moot problem within the sphere of law. We hereby extend a warm and cordial invitation to participate in this event, and we are looking forward to your enthusiastic participation.

Who is it Eligible?

Competition is open to all bona fide students enrolled in any undergraduate law course (3years/5years/6years) or its equivalent in any University or Institute within or outside India recognized by the Bar Council or State Government or Central Government as the case may be.

Team size and other information

Each team shall comprise two members i.e. two speakers. The substitution of any Team Member is not allowed except with the permission of the organisers.Each Institution can send multiple Teams.

Location

The competition will be organized on an online platform i.e., google meet/Zoom because of the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Registration Procedure

  1. Teams must register by 10 August 2020 through the following Google form is here.The Registration fee of the Competition is Rs. 1000 per team.

Fee Details

Registration fees can be sent through any Mode of payment -UPI Transfer/any mode of online payment i.e. Paytm,Phonepe,Googlepay,Amazon pay,BHIM

Account Details: UPI- [email protected]

Paytm,Phonepe,Googlepay,Amazon pay,BHIM on 9461239898

For Bank transfer contact – 9461239898

Deadlines/dates

  • Registration Starts- 17th July,2020
  • Last Date of Registration along with the registration fees- 10th August,2020
  • Last Date of Memorial Submission- 23.59 hours of 25th August,2020
  • Preliminary Round- 28th August,2020
  • Quarters Round- 29th August,2020
  • Semi Finals Round-29th August,2020
  • Final Round-30th August,2020

Contact info

For more information regarding Registration , kindly contact:Moot Court

  • Moot Court Coordinator:

Ms.Prerna Sharma  :8824770804,6367091920

For queries regarding moot problem:

  • Student Convenors:

Mr.Gaurav Rathore -8619368467

Mr.Karan Singh Shekhawat-9772170402

For other queries:

Organising Secretary -Arzoo Khan :9461239898

Official EMail [email protected]

Official link- For Brochure,Rule Book,Moot Proposition, Click here.


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