IILM Law School, IILM University, Gurugram is organising its Second National Moot Court Competition 2023 from 16 March to 18 March 2023.
ABOUT IILM UNIVERSITY
IILM University has a legacy of excellence in responsible management education since 1993. IILM University, Gurugram has been set up under The Haryana Private Universities (Amendment) Act, 2018 in Sector 53 Gurugram. With more than 27 plus years of experience in training future entrepreneurs and managers IILM has established a strong base of 12000 plus alumni making it the preferred choice of destination of students in India.
ABOUT IILM LAW SCHOOL
IILM Law School is a Research-Oriented Institution providing global legal education providing five year Integrated B.A. LL.B (Honours) and B.B.A. LL.B (Honours), 1-Year LL.M and Ph.D (Law).
The law school has tie-ups with international law universities, reputed NGOs, Corporate Houses and Law Firms to give an extensive exposure to students. The school has recognition from the Bar Council of India & the University Grants Commission. Located in the heart of Gurugram, it was established in the year 2019 and is presently working under the leadership of our Chancellor Dr SY Qureshi (Former Chief Election Commissioner of India), Pro Chancellor Prof (Dr) Ranbir Singh (founder & former Vice-Chancellor NALSAR Hyderabad & National Law University Delhi), Vice-Chancellor Prof (Dr) Sujata Shahi and Dean Prof (Dr) AshaVerma.
IILM Law School also boasts of a robust mooting culture and holds a history of successfully organising the First IILM National Moot Court Competition.
Theme: Extradition Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law.
Only regular students enrolled in a five-year integrated undergraduate law programme or three-year graduate law programme are eligible to register for the competition.
Each team shall consist of two speakers and one researcher. Teams are to notify which members are the respective speakers and researcher through the registration form. No change of speaker to researcher or vice-versa shall be permitted except upon application to the organising committee.
The request for change should have concrete reasons and the decision of the organising committee shall be final. If need be, the organising committee holds the right to disqualify a team upon finding the reason for change to be unjustifiable or unreasonable.
Last date of registration: 15 Feb, 2023
Last date for seeking clarifications: 25 Feb, 2023
Release of clarifications: 27 Feb, 2023
Last date for submission of soft copies of memorials: 12 March, 2023
Submission of hard copies of memorials (each side): 16 March, 2023 (five copies at the registration desk)
Last date for mailing travel Itineraries: 27 Feb, 2023
Inauguration: 16 March, 2023
Draw of lots, exchange of memorials and researcher’s test: 16 March, 2023
Preliminary and quarter rounds: 17 March, 2023
Semi final & final round: 18 March, 2023
Valedictory and prize distribution: 18 March, 2023