REVA University’s National Moot Court Competition [Dec 10-13]: Register by October 23

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About the University

REVA University is established based on the concept of ‘Knowledge is Power’ because a person with concrete knowledge knows how to control various situations in life with confidence. Established under REVA University Act of 2012, REVA is located in the heart of Bengaluru, Karnataka. School of Legal Studies was established in 2015 with our first batch of students of B.B.A., LL.B.

About the Moot

The Four-day National Moot Court Competition aims at inspiring, promoting and inculcating in law students drafting and writing techniques, engage in legal oration, high focus research acumen and also deal with the judicial trend in various fields of litigation in India and abroad.

The competition will be based on the theme “Wildlife Protection and Prevention of Cruelty on Animals” and we hereby extend our invitation to all Law Schools in India to be an active participant in this national level virtual event to be held on 10th – 13th December 2020 by registering their teams.

Eligibility? 

The Competition is open to all bona fide regular students enrolled in any undergraduate law course or its equivalent in any University or Institute within India recognized by the Bar Council or State Government or Central Government as the case may be.

Each College/ Institution/University shall send only one team.

Team size and other information

  1. Each team shall include two (2) speakers, who shall be accompanied by one (1) researcher all of whom shall be designated accordingly.
  2. Once provisional registration is completed the team composition must remain the same throughout the competition.

Location 

This will be a virtual event. It will be conducted on MS Teams platform.

 Registration Procedure

The teams interested to participate are required to show their interest by filling up the google forms by 23rd October 2020 (11:59 p.m.).

A scanned copy of the Institution’s Identity card should be uploaded while filling up the provisional registration form.

Upon receipt of an e-mail confirming provisional registration from the Organizing Committee, participants shall complete the registration formalities by filling up the registration form by 3rd November 2020. The registration shall be deemed complete only when the registration fee has been remitted successfully and the registration form is duly filled.

The provisional registration form link is here.

Fee Details

A nominal registration fee shall be charged from the Universities/Colleges/Institutions. The registration fee shall be: Rs. 3000/- for participating teams.

The registration fee charged must be paid by online through NEFT/RTGS/Bank Transfer/Google Pay/ BHIM on or before 29th October 2020.

Name of Account: REVA UNIVERSITY

Bank Name: THE KARNATAKA BANK LTD

A/C NO: 6662000100000901

Branch: REVA University Branch, Bengaluru

IFSC:KARB0000666

Important Dates

  • Commencement of Provisional Registration: 14th October 2020
  • Last date for Provisional Registration: 23rd October 2020
  • Registration Confirmation: 24th October 2020
  • Last date for filling up the Registration form and Fee Payment: 3rd November 2020
  •  Last date for Clarifications: 6th November 2020
  • Last date for submission of memorials (soft copies): 30th November 2020 (11:59 pm)
  • Inauguration and Draw of Lots: 10th December 2020
  • Preliminary rounds: 11th December 2020
  • Quarter Finals and Semi-Finals: 12th December 2020
  • Final Round and Valedictory Session: 13th December 2020

Contact

Prithvi P: 99452 74455

T Laalithya Rao: 98181 88032

Any clarifications sought on the moot proposition needs to be addressed via email to [email protected] The queries will be clarified on or before 9th November 2020.

Please refer to this weblink for Moot Proposition, Rules, and Regulation.


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