Moot Courts - Page 2

2nd Surana & Surana and RGNUL International Law Moot Court Competition, 2018: Organised by Surana and Surana International Attorneys and Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala – November 16-18, 2018

Mr. Lashit Sharma, Ms. Namrata Raj (Fifth Year Learners) and Ms. Mudrika Purohit (Third Year Learner) participated in the competition and were adjuged Quarter-finalists. The team also won the 4th Best Memorial Award.

18th Kerala Law Academy National Client Consultation Competition, 2018: Organised by Kerala Law Academy, Thiruvananthapuram – November 8-11, 2018

Mr. Arif Mustafa Hussain (Second Year Learner) and Ms. Ishita Thakur (Third Year Learner) participated in the competition, entered into finals and were adjudged Runners-Up.

The competition problems were varied at each stage ranging from the Law of Contract, Torts, Domestic Violence and Copyright.

2nd Surana & Surana & UILS National Environment Law Moot Court Competition, 2018: Organised by the Surana and Surana International Attorneys and University Institute of Legal Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh – November 2-4, 2018

Mr. Kumar Karan (Fourth Year Learner), Ms. Sanjri Misri and Mr. Arjun Sahni (Second Year Learners) entered into the semi-finals of the competition and were adjudged 4th Best Team.

The moot proposition was based on E-waste and Right to live in healthy environment. The competition witnessed participation from 24 teams across India.

4th Prof. N.R. Madhava Menon SAARCLAW Mooting Competition (India Round) 2018-19: Organised by Lloyd Law College in collaboration with Menon Institute of Legal Advocacy Training (MILAT) and Society of Indian Law Firms (SILF) at Greater Noida - October 26-28, 2018

Ms. Neha Thirani, Ms. Aditi Bhargava and Ms. Sudiksha Gupta (Third Year Learners) participated in the competition and were adjudged as one of the seven teams to represent India in the SAARC Round of the 4th Prof. N.R. Madhava Menon SAARCLAW Mooting Competition, Law Students' Conference and Colloquium to be organised from February 15-18, 2019.

Teams from SAARC Countries will contest in SAARC rounds. This is second consecutive entry in the SAARC Rounds by Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA of the said Competition.

5th VIPS International Law Moot Court Competition: Organized by Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, Law School, Delhi – October 12-14, 2018.

Mr. Shourajeet Chakravarty (Fifth Year Learner), Mr. Aman Chachan and Mr. Nipun Dave (Fourth Year Learners) participated, entered into the competition and were declared Semi-Finalists of the competition.

The problem was based on international law with elements of International Refugee Law, International Customary Laws and General Principles.

8th Amity International Moot Court Competition, 2018 (4th Paperless Moot): Organized by Amity Law School, NOIDA, Amity University Uttar Pradesh - October 12-13, 2018

Ms. Shavika Gupta (Fourth Year Learner), Mr. Shubham Bajpai and Ms. Anisha Mishra (Third Year Learners) participated in the competition, entered into finals and were adjudged as Winners.

24 teams participated in the competition which was based on entrenched principles of International Refugee Law, International Humanitarian Law and International Customary Laws and General Principles.

The team won a trophy and also received a cash prize of INR 15,000/.

12th Pro Bono Enviro National Moot Court Competition, 2018: Organised by School of Excellence in Law, The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University at Chennai - October 5-7, 2018

Ms. Shristi Borthakur, Ms. Meerika Bareja (Third Year Learners) and Mr. Vaibhav Jeswani (Second Year Learner) participated and entered into the finals of the competition and were adjudged as Runners-Up. Mr. Vaibhav Jeswani also won Best Researcher Award.

Surana & Surana National Trial Advocacy Moot Court Competition, 2018 – India North Round: Organized by Surana & Surana International Attorneys, Chennai and The Law School, University of Jammu at Jammu - October 5-7, 2018

Mr. Manthan Dixit (Fourth Year Learner), Mr. Aaditya Mishra (Third Year Learner), Ms. Ashabari Basu Thakur and Mr. Utkarsh Tyagi (Second Year Learners) participated in the competition, entered into the finals and were adjudged Runners-Up.

The criminal law competition was based on the Sessions Trial format with participants conducting chief- as well as cross-examination of witnesses. A total of 20 law schools participated in the North Round.

3rd National Moot Court Competition, 2018: Organised by Law College Dehradun, Uttaranchal University at Dehradun - October 5-7, 2018

Ms. Jheel Bhargava, Ms. Sargun Kaur Sahni (Third Year Learners) and Mr. Aman Shankar (Second Year Learner) participated in the competition and were adjudged Semi-Finalists.

The moot proposition was based on constitutional law on the issue of reservation for women in the Parliament. 32 teams nationally qualified to participate in the pleading rounds upon a memorial selection round.

7th Prof. V.S. Mani Memorial International Law Moot Court Competition, 2018: Organised by Seedling School of Law & Governance, Jaipur National University at Jaipur - October 5-7, 2018

Ms. Sapna, Ms. Swati Dixit (Fourth Year Learners) and Ms. Amrita Dubey (Third Year Learner) participated in the competition and were adjudged Quarter-Finalists.

The moot proposition was based on violations of International Humanitarian Law and Customary International Law invoking jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice.

4th Manipal Ranka National Moot Court Competition, 2018: Organised by School of Law, Manipal University alongwith Ranka Public Charitable Trust at Jaipur – September 29-October 1, 2018

Ms. Akshita Upadhya, Ms. Shivleen Pasricha (Fourth Year Learners) and Ms. Sanya Gangar (Third Year Learner) participated in the competition and were adjudged Runners-Up in the competition. The team won Runner-up trophy as well as prize money of INR 7,000/-

77 teams nationally participated in this competition where the moot proposition was based on Constitutional Law, particularly the issue of Uniform Civil Code.

3rd Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad’s National Moot Court Competition, 2018: Organized by Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, Symbiosis International (Deemed University) at Hyderabad – September 28-30, 2018

Mr. Priyam Bhatnagar, Mr. Rishabh Uppal and Ms. Devanshi Rungta (Second Year Learners) participated in the competition and were adjudged 2nd Runners-Up. The team also won the Best Memorial Award with prize money of INR 10,000/-. Additionally, Mr. Rishabh Uppal won Best Speaker Award and prize money of INR 10,000/-.

60 teams registered from various law schools in India for the competition and 30 teams were selected in the Memorial Round. The Moot Problem was based on laws relating to Informational Technology.

1st Galgotias University National Moot Court Competition, 2018: Organised by The School of Law, Galgotias University at Greater Noida – September 28-29, 2018

Ms. Diksha Joshi, Ms. Oshi Verma and Mr. Gaurav Goyal (Second Year Learners) participated and were adjudged Semi-Finalists in the competition. Ms. Diksha Joshi was also awarded Best Speaker Award in the competition and received the Prize money of INR 7,000/-.

The moot problem was based upon the important debate regarding access to creations versus their legal protection. The competition was conducted in paperless format.

25th M.C. Chagla Memorial Government Law College National Moot Court Competition, 2018: Organized by Government Law College, Mumbai, in collaboration with the Chief Justice M.C. Chagla Memorial Trust at Mumbai – September 22-23, 2018

Mr. Raghav Dembla, Ms. Shruti (Fourth Year Learners) and Ms. Astu Khandelwal (Third Year Learner) participated in the competition and were adjudged Semi-Finalists. The team also won the Best Memorial Award, a trophy as well as prize money INR 2,000/-.

16 teams, including those from national law schools, participated in the oral rounds. The moot problem was based on constitutional law.

1st Surana & Surana – School of Law, CHRIST International Investment & Arbitration Moot, 2018: Organized by Surana & Surana International Attorneys, Chennai and School of Law, CHRIST University at Bengaluru – September 20-23, 2018

Mr. Anurag P. Iyer, Ms. Aiyushi Sahani (Third Year Learners) and Mr. Varun Madan (Second Year Learner) participated in the competition, entered into the final round and were adjudged Winners. The team also won Best Memorial (Claimant) Award, trophy and prize money of INR 50,000/-. Additionally, Ms. Aiyushi Sahani won the Best Speaker Award.

The aim of the competition was to create awareness on the law of International Investments and facilitate the evolution of investment law through the jurisprudential and comparative analysis of the existing law and the consequential emergence of new laws.

18th Henry Dunant Memorial Moot Court Competition, 2018 (India Round): Organized by The Indian Society of International Law (ISIL) in collaboration with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) at New Delhi – September 13-16, 2018

Ms. Paridhi Nahata, Mr. Mathew Thomas and Mr. Aniket Patni (Third Year Learners) participated in the competition and entered into the Quarter-finals of the India Rounds. The moot proposition was based on issues relating to International Humanitarian Law before the International Court of Justice.

The principal objective of the competition is to develop an increased awareness and interest in IHL in academic institutions throughout South Asia. A further objective is to use IHL to further academic excellence in the student community, and to develop their advocacy skills in an environment of friendly competition.

8th ILNU National Moot Court Competition, 2018: Organised by Institute of Law, Nirma University in association with the Competition Commission of India at Ahmedabad - August 31 - September 2, 2018

Ms. Shristi Borthakur, Ms. Meerika Bareja (Third Year Learners) and Mr. Vaibhav Jeswani (Second Year Learner) participated and entered into the finals of the competition and were adjudged as Winners.

The moot proposition was based on competition law and a total of 24 teams across India including several national law schools, participated in this national level competition. Team Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA won shield as well as prize money Rs. 40,000/- and an internship opportunity with Gaggar & Associates.