THE MOOT COURT SOCIETY
The Moot Court Society (MCS) of School of Law is a student run body under the able guidance of our faculty
coordinators. The society seeks to channelize students into the activity of mooting. The primary goal of MCS is to
provide all students with the opportunity to harbour research, oral advocacy skills, legal drafting skills and other essential prowess to mould a student into an adept mooter. In order to achieve this objective, MCS organizes various
events like Moot Primer (for novice mooters), Introductory Moot Rounds for 1st-year students, Internal Moot Championship between 1st and 2ndyear students, Internal National Ranking Rounds, Internal International Scheduled Moot Ranking Rounds and our flagship event – National Moot Court Competition which is an inter-collegiate event. Teams of SLCU have a long tradition of excellence in mooting and advocacy at both national and international levels. This year as well, MCS strives to promote and foster a vibrant mooting culture to reach greater heights and set new benchmarks.
THE NATIONAL MOOT COURT COMPETITION
The National Moot Court Competition (NMCC), which has attracted significant attention from students around the
country and has evolved into one of the most prestigious moots in the country, has been one of the most prominent
events on the MCS calendar over the years. The past editions of the NMCC have revolved around the propositions with subject matters primarily relating to Constitutional Law, Competition Law, Arbitration Law and Tax Laws. Additionally, the NMCC has had the pleasure of hosting eminent dignitaries such as Hon’ble Mr. Justice Dinesh Maheshwari, Hon ‘ble Mr. Justice A.K. Sikri, Hon’ble Mr. Justice L. Nageswara Rao, Late Mr. Ram Jethmalani, Ms. Indira Jaising, and many other notable figures from the Legal world. The 12th Flagship Edition of the National Moot Court Competition is scheduled to be held from 18th to 21st November 2021 virtually, and it shall strive to carry forward the same legacy in providing a holistic experience of mooting in the virtual format.
Winners – Rs. 30,000/- Runner Up – Rs. 18,000/- Best Speaker – Rs. 5,000/- Best Memorial – Rs. 5,000/- Best Researcher – A Trophy
E-certificates will be awarded to all the participants
Link For Moot Proposition
Rules for competition
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