Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi emerge runners-up at first Pt. Kanhaiya Lal Misra National Moot Court Competition

The team comprised of Shashank Shekhar, Shikha Singh and Saurabh Rajput.
Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi emerge runners-up at first Pt. Kanhaiya Lal Misra National Moot Court Competition

Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi emerges runners-up in the 1st Pt. Kanhaiya Lal Misra National Moot Court Competition 2022 hosted by the Shambhunath Institute of Law, Prayagraj.

The competition was held from 15 October, 2022 to16 October, 2022.

The team comprised of Shashank Shekhar (Speaker), Shikha Singh (Speaker) and Saurabh Rajput (Researcher).

Venue: Shambhunath Institute of Law, Prayagraj

Judges of the final round: Justice Suneet Kumar and Justice Dinesh Pathak (Judges of Allahabad High Court).

The competition was based on the facts of Sabarimala Review Petition and delved into the issues of locus standi of outsiders to religion, scope of judicial review, and essential religious practice.

The arguments were premised on the provisions of Constitutional Law, especially Articles 13, 14, 15, 21, 25 and 26 of the Constitution of India.

The team comprised of second year LLB students from CLC spoke of their experience and said,

"To argue on Constitutional Law is the most unparalleled joy for us. The competition was a greatly enriching experience for our team. Each round preceded draw of lots for choosing the sides to argue. This was the best part of the whole competition which helped us sharpen our advocacy skills. The dilemma of an advocate is to argue on whatever side he is called to do so, irrespective if his own opinions. All the teams had done great research, thereby raising the quality of the competition. Overall, it became a cherish-able memory for us because firsts are always special. It was a pleasure to earn extremely positive comments from the audience."

This note was shared by Campus Ambassador Raunaq Bali, Student at Faculty of Law, University of Delhi.

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