Moot Court Competition: RGNUL

About Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL)

The Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Punjab, was established by the State Legislature of Punjab by passing the Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab Act, 2006 (Punjab Act No. 12 of 2006). The Act incorporated a University of Law of national stature in Punjab ,to fulfil the need for a Centre of excellence in legal education in the modern era of globalisation and = liberalisation. The University acquired
approval of the Bar Council of India (BCI) in July 2006.

RGNUL Moot Court competition

Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab has always envisioned serving the society through reforms in legal services by way of preparing professionally competent lawyers. The current moot was a complete reflection of the motto of our university which is ‘knowledge empowers’. Mooting is always an integral part of a law student’s life, and thus, finds a very regular mention at our university. To further the mooting culture of our university and to provide the participants with a platform to showcase their advocacy, the University organizes various moot court competitions.

The RGNUL Moot Court Committee is one of the leading and most active committees here at RGNUL, the significance of the committee is immense. The committee has been known for organizing various moots and related activities aimed at promoting a positive sense of mooting culture. ‘The committee also facilitates the allotment of various national and international moot court competitions to the teams who proudly represent
RGNUL in these competitions.

10th RGNUL Moot Court competition

The RGNUL Moot Court Committee is tremendously honored to inform you that in April 2022, we will be organizing the 10th edition of RGNUL National Moot Court competition. This edition’s moot proposition has been drafted to test the knowledge, research aptitude and application of law by the participants on various aspects of Criminal Law.

The moot shall be organized on-campus(offline) from the Ist-3rd of April. However, the organizers reserve the right to switch to online/virtual mode subject to COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines issued by the Government of India. The participants will be notified beforehand in case of any modification in the mode of conduction of the Competition.

The registration for the moot shall open on 4th of January, 2022. A total of 36 slots are available for the moot, meaning thereby that the registration for the moot shall take place on a first-come-first-serve basis. The interested teams are requested to get their Universities provisionally registered via a mail from the official email id of their MCC/MCA. Upon receiving the acknowledgment of the provisional registration, participants are requested to follow the procedure given in the Rules for final registration. The Registration fee for the moot is INR 6,000/-. In case the Competition is conducted in Virtual mode, the registration fees to be paid shall stand at INR 3,500/-. If such a situation arises, the remaining balance will be refunded by the organisers to the concerned teams within a reasonable period of time.

Important Dates

Release of Moot Proposition: First week of January, 2022
Date of release of Registration Link : 4th January, 2022
Last Date of Registration : 30th January, 2022 (11:59 PM)
Last date for seeking clarification : 1st February, 2022 (11:59PM)
Release of Clarifications : 6th February, 2022
Last Date for submission of Written Submission/Memorial (Soft Copy) : 20th March, 2022 (11:59 PM)
Inaugural Ceremony, Draw of Lots and Exchange of Memorials: 1st April, 2022
Researcher’s Test : 1st April 2022

Registration Link

Moot Proposition

Rules & Regulations


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