Moot Court Hall

Though Mooting isolates itself from Public Speaking or Debating yet it shares some commonality with these activities. It is a specialised application of the art of persuasive advocacy in a simulated environment. As an activity it aims to inculcate and enhance the Research Capacity, Presentation Skills and Line of Reasoning into students so as to equip the budding pleaders with all the court room etiquettes, research ideology and advocacy attributes.

It is a yardstick and a measure which we at SLS-NOIDA have applied as an important tool in clinical legal education. This initiative is supported by a fully furnished air-conditioned hall spread in a mammoth arena of 279 square metres. It is well lit with modern acoustics, technical support enhancing proper judicial settings and accommodating around 200 personas. It also provides for a judge’s chamber as well as six seater conference set up.