Bharat Swabhiman Legal Cell Mock Virtual Court Competition

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“BHARAT SWABHIMAN LEGAL CELL” which was established in 2012 is the Legal Wing of Bharat Swabhiman Trust. The branch of Bharat Swabhiman Trust contrives to establish institutions, organize programmes for the welfare and promotion of the legal fraternity in every way possible. This division especially focuses on organizing activities for imparting legal education in order to improve and strengthen the legal, social and political system.

For the first time ever, Bharat Swabhiman Legal Cell has initiated the remarkable concept of Mock Virtual Court Competition. To unbridle the lawyer within you, we bring to you the best opportunity for showcasing your exemplary drafting and presentation skills. This competition shall provide every participant with the experience of practical working-insight of the court.

DATES: 2nd to 4th October 2020

1. All students pursuing a 3 year or a 5 year L.L.B. course or an L.L.M. course from a recognized Law School, University or Institution in India shall be eligible to participate.
2. The participation shall be on individual basis only.
3. Participation will be considered valid only if the registration is complete on or before September 20, 2020(23:59 Hours IST) including making payment of registration fee.


  • Participants are required to complete the registration on or before September 20, 2020 (23:59 Hours IST). The registration would be deemed to be complete only if the registration form is submitted and payment of registration fee is made by the aforesaid time.
  • The Registration Fee is Rs. 200 (RUPEES TWO HUNDRED ONLY) per participant. The payment can be made through ‘PAYTM’ OR ‘GOOGLE PAY’ to the following number: 9815077269. The payment receipt/screenshot of receipt has to be uploaded in the registration form and only then will the registration be deemed to be complete.



Commencement Of Online Registration 9 Th September, 2020

Release Of Problem 12 Th September, 2020

Last Date Of Registration 20 Th September, 2020

Last Date For Seeking Clarification 25 Th September, 2020

Last Date Of Submission Of Petition 27 Th September, 2020

Short Listing Of Speakers 30 Th September, 2020

Preliminary Round 2 Nd October, 2020

Quarter- Final Round 3 Rd October, 2020

Semi-final Round 3 Rd October, 2020

Final Round 4 Th October, 2020


Ms. Lakshi Nagpal
Student Coordinator 8283099354

Mr. Parit Aggarwal
Student Coordinator 9914114618

Ms. Ishita Arora
Student Coordinator 7589111667

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