Feta de la Nomos: E-Fest by The School of Law, Christ, Pune [6- 18 Aug]: Prizes Worth Rs. 11K, Register Now!

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About the College

Christ (Deemed to be University), a premier educational institution, is an academic fraternity of individuals dedicated to the motto of ‘EXCELLENCE AND SERVICE.’

About the Event

The School of Law, Christ, Pune is organizing and hosting a national e-fest, ‘Feta de la Nomos’, an e-fest being held online from 6th to 18th August 2020, a celebration of law, designed to allow the students from all around the country to break free from their monotonous routines while being stuck at home, this virtual event seeks to engage and enhance the students’ skills and abilities, thereby being highly productive and enjoyable. The events are:

  • Debate
  • Mediation-Negotiation
  • Mock Trials


  • The Competition shall be open to all law students who are pursuing an LLB (3 or 5 years) course in any university authorized by the Bar Council of India.
  • The Participants shall submit a photograph of their college id while registering for the competition.


Debate Competition

  • Rooms shall be created on Cisco WebEx for the debate. The link to Cisco Webex will be sent to the participants via the email they provide during registration.
  • No virtual backgrounds are allowed except for solid color black or white.
  • All participants shall mute their audio and video outside of their turn to speak.
  • Mobile phones shall be silenced or kept on vibrate. Participants shall take precautions to have a quiet background during their performance.
  • Participants are required to send a pre-recorded video of their speech according to their topics.
  • The video shall not exceed 4 minutes.

Mock Trial

  • The participation in The School of Law, CHRIST (Deemed to be University) Fete De La Nomos National Mock Trial Competition, 2020 is restricted to 28 teams only. The first 28 teams that confirm and complete the final registration formalities as enumerated under Article 8 of the Rules of the Competition shall be entitled to participate in the said Competition.
  • Institutions/Teams interested in participating in the Competition will have to provisionally register by an e-mail to ([email protected]) and only after confirmation of provisional slot by the Organizers, should they go ahead with final registration formalities.
  • The slots shall be reserved based on a ‘first come first serve basis’. The first 24 teams through their respective Official College’ Email ID to send the duly filled Registration form (with verification email by the concerned authorities).
  • Only one team per College/Institution/University shall be permitted to take part in the Competition.
  •  The teams are required to send the scanned copy of the final Registration form and proof of payment to [email protected] on or before 10th August 2020, 11:59 PM.

Mediation- Negotiation

  • In a Negotiation Session, each Participating Team will be represented by no more than two eligible students with one taking the role of “Attorney” and the other taking the role of “Client”, and vice versa for the second preliminary round.
  • An individual Mediation brings together performers from four different teams each representing a different institute. For each mediation session, there shall be two Co-Mediators (from two different teams), Client and Counsel of two different sides.


Interested candidates can register through this page.

Registration Fees

  • Mock Trial: Non-refundable registration fee of INR 500/-
  • Med- Neg: INR 350/- per member


Interested candidates can make their payment through this page.


  • Each participant shall be awarded a Certificate of Appreciation.
  • Cash prize of up to Rs. 4,000 for debate, up to Rs. 8,000 for Mock Trial and up to Rs. 11,000 for Med – Neg shall be awarded.
  • All the participants will be awarded e – certificates.


  • Ritika Kohli, Event Head, Mediation:
    Email Id: [email protected]
    Mobile Number: 9820 44131
  • Lavanya Garg, Event Head, Mock Trial:
    Email Id: [email protected]
    Mobile Number: 99167 00800
  • Shreejee Chaudhary, Event Head, Debate:
    Email Id: [email protected]
    Mobile Number: 89543 56997

The website link to the college is here.

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