About the Organiser
Asian Law College is affiliated with Chaudhary Charan Singh University (CCS) Meerut and is approved by the Bar Council of India (BCI).
Asian Law College (ALC) focuses on the multidisciplinary nature of legal education, research, and innovations and provides professional training for personality development coupled with industry exposure for a better understanding of the legal world.
About the Opportunity
The 3rd edition of the National Moot Court Competition is scheduled on April 8-9, 2022, and considering the COVID Pandemic the same will be organized virtually.
The competition is open for bonafide students who are pursuing a 5-year integrated law program (B.A. LL.B) or 3-year LL.B program from an institute/university in India.
Fee Details (If any)
Payment of Rs.1200/- per team, can be made only through online mode
- Bank Name: Central Bank of India
- Name: Asian Law College
- A/c No. 3541897069
- IFSC Code: CBIN0283172
- Add.: RWA, Sec. 15A, Noida 201301 (U.P.)
Online Payment Link: http://onlinepayment.alc.edu.in/other-payment.php
Prizes (if any)
Prizes (Along w/E-Certificates):
- Winner (Team) Rs. 5,000/-
- 1st Runner up (Team) Rs. 3,000/-
- Best Mooter Rs 2,500/-
- Best Memorial Rs 1,500/-
- Best Researcher Rs 2,000/-
- Last date for Registration: March 20, 2022
- Confirmation of Registration by ALC: March 23, 2022
- Last Day for seeking clarifications: March 25, 2022
- Last date for Memorial Submission: March 30, 2022
- Researcher’s Test: April 7, 2022
- Preliminary Rounds: April 8, 2022
- Semi-Final & Final Rounds: April 9, 2022
- Result Declaration: April 9, 2022
Click here for the moot proposition.
Click here for the rules & regulations.
- Mr. Amit Nagar (9968000120) | Event Faculty Convenor
- Ms. Divyasha Dubey (9654060126) | Event Faculty Co-Convenor
- Nidasha Ali (8848764488) | Student Coordinator
- Anjalika Sharma (9711441331) | Student Coordinator
- Anshika Sharma (8920385522) | Student Coordinator
- Satish Sharma (9818981001) | Student Coordinator
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