About the Book

This Call for Book Chapters will cover the most recent developments and current events in and around India in regard to insolvency and bankruptcy. We gladly seek papers from the legal fraternity across India in support of this goal.

Submission guidelines

  • Under no circumstances will co-authorship be permitted.
  • The deadlines must be adhered to to the letter.
  • Any entry received after the deadline will be rejected.
  • A declaration form indicating that the Chapter is the author’s original work and free of plagiarism or copyright infringement must be included with the submission.
  • Plagiarism of more than 15% will result in disqualification.


  • Word limit: 2000 to 3000 words including Footnotes.
  • Font size:
    • For Title: 14 (Bold).
    • For Headings and Subheadings: 12 (Bold).
    • For Footnotes: 10 (Italics)
    • For other content: 12
  • Font Style (including Footnotes): Times New Roman.
  • Line Spacing: 1.5
  • Footnoting Style: Harvard Bluebook 20th Edition


  1. Analysis of Legal and Regulatory Framework of IBC, 2016.
  2. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 and its Amendments.
  3. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 – A boon for entrepreneurship.
  4. Cross border insolvency.
  5. Voluntary and compulsory liquidation of corporate entities.
  6. Potential of strategic default in IBC, 2016.
  7. Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process (CIRP) role and efficacy
  8. Insolvency resolution and Bankruptcy of Individuals
  9. A critique of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016.


Registration link: https://forms.gle/TwvSjixuGXwbxjAm6 


  • On or before Midnight on the last day of submission, send a soft copy of the submission to cclrt@sushantuniversity.edu.in with the title “Submission for Book Chapters of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016” in the subject line.
  • The body of the email must contain the following: –
    • Name of the Author
    • Brief Introduction of the Author
    • Affiliated Institution
    • Title of the Chapter

Important Dates:

  • Registration starts from: 30-10-2021
  • Last date for Registration: 15-11-2021
  • Last date for Submission of Chapter: 25-11-2021

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About Lexdogma

This is a student-run blog for the purpose of creating awareness about current legal issues . Our intention is to provide a platform to the people to share their views on latest national and international legal issues. Our mission is to disseminate knowledge to people in general as well as in the field of legal field irrespective of their field of expertise. Our aim is to create a forum where we encourage intellectual discussion.


While there are no strict theme requirements, the piece should be relevant to current legal issues, whether they are national or worldwide. The submitted article is expected to provide readers with informed viewpoint, critical thinking, and new insight.

Submission Guidelines

  • The author(s) are expected to adhere to all the instructions which have been stated below.
  • Authors are expected to submit articles of length not more than 1500 words. Authors are requested to adhere to the word limit. 
  • The author(s) are requested to submit articles that provide proper legal analysis on the subject matter.
  • The author(s) must ensure that their content is not be defamatory, abusive or derogatory.
  • Along with the manuscript the author provide an abstract in 4-5 lines of their article.
  • Authors are requested to give a written undertaking that the works submitted are original pieces of work and has not been plagiarized nor has been published or is in consideration for publishing in any other place.
  • The Cover letter of the author(s) must consist of the names, Profession and University/Firm/Place of work.
  • It is to be noted that the decision of the editors shall be final and binding for the acceptance of submissions.
  • The editors may suitably make amendments to the submissions as per the requirement.
  • The author(s) are requested to provide the link of the sources which have been cited by them in the main body or are requested to provide endnotes.
  • The submissions must be sent to editorlexdogma@gmail.com . The submissions must be made in a MS word document.
  • If a publication has been selected and has been crossposted by the author(s), it is a mandatory requirement that the cross posting must be done via our website or through any LexDogma affiliated social media.

Co – Authorship

The maximum number of co – authors permitted is two. 

Font Style 

The manuscript submitted by the author(s) must adhere to the following font styles:

  • The manuscript submitted must be in Times New Roman.
  • The line spacing must be 1.5.
  • The font size of the title – 16, font size of headings -14 and the font size of the body – 12.

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About government Law College, Kozhikode

Government Law College Kozhikode (GLCK) is a Centre of Excellence run by the Government of Kerala with fifty years’ experience in Legal Education. Located in Municipal Corporation of Kozhikode, or erstwhile Calicut, it is the largest institution offering LL.B. and LL.M in Kerala and the college is also a recognized Research Centre by the University of Calicut. Though located in North Malabar of Kerala and caters to the educational demands mainly of students from Kerala, recently there was instance of students from other States of the country joining the college for LL. B. Legal Education of Global Standards with focus on Social Justice is the mission of the College.

About Aequitas Victoria Research Centre

The Aequitas Victoria Research Centre (AVRC) is a research platform of the Aequitas Victoria Foundation (Registration Number: SOOOO60). The AVRC aims to fulfill the requirement of establishing a comprehensive, structured, and organized mechanism to carry out research works in different fields to make the Aequitas Victoria Foundation capable of achieving its goals. The Centre is expected to work as a think tank for the Foundation and to conduct research activities on proposals accepted by the Foundation considering the demand of the society and the need of the time. The Centre shall primarily conduct research on the topics that are required to study for removing the gap between the dynamicity of the society and the time required for the social institutions in adjusting to such dynamicity.

About the seminar

Children are the Angels of the land blessed with the Holy spirits as they are innocent and truthful. They are also the agents of Nation-Building, forerunners of human growth and the future of human civilisation. Their development not only serves the development of a family, or a society rather the development of entire humanity. However, since time immemorial there have been several instances where a huge number of innocent children have been subjected to gross human rights violations across the globe, and even in many instances majority of such children face severe vulnerabilities due to improper planning for their protection and promotion, since they are neither in a capacity to claim their rights, nor to understand the gravity of consequences for their ignorance.

Therefore, it becomes a responsibility for all of us to initiate efficient policies through proper planning, frame out institutions with advanced infrastructures, and initiate mechanisms for understanding and addressing the critical and dynamic needs of the children for their effective development and promotion. The needs of children across borders are dynamic and due to the innocence of the children, they become easy victims for the deviants. Therefore, it increases the need for a vigilant society capable of acknowledging the changing needs of the children for minimizing the gap between their divergent needs and the dynamic issues within a society. Recognizing this need the United Nations organized World Children’s Day in 1954 which is celebrated on November 20 each year. On forbearance with the objectives for celebrating World Children’s Day, this seminar aims to mitigate such issues through scholarly discussions from multiple perspectives and diversified analysis.

Call for papers

The scholarly papers are invited from the participants. The papers shall be based on the theme of the Seminar that is “Transition of Inclusive and Exclusive Practices of Child Protection and Promotion: A Multidisciplinary Approach.” The theme is not restricted within any territorial boundaries neither confined to any particular discipline.


  • Child Care in Theory and Practice
  • Conceptualizing the meaning of children
  • Child Rehabilitation Methods
  • Juvenile Justice System
  • Awareness amongst Children
  • Education to Children
  • Impact of Technology
  • Exposure of Children to Indecent and Obscene Materials
  • Impact of Gender, Race, Caste, Colour, Religious or any other Discrimination upon Children
  • Vocational versus Moral Education to Children
  • Children Participation in Social activities
  • Psychological and Physical Health of Children
  • Counseling of Children
  • Sexual Education to Children
  • Representation of Children in Decision-making bodies
  • Children Welfare techniques
  • Modern Culture and responses of Children
  • Disaster and Child Management
  • Management of Differently Abled Children
  • Sports Education to Children
  • Involvement of children in military, agitation, or any other violent activities
  • Child labor and child marriage

All the above themes are not exhaustive. The scholars are free to choose any other topic that falls within the domain of the main theme.

Formatting guidelines for papers

The research papers shall adhere to the following formatting guidelines:

  • The length of the paper shall not be less than 3,000 words and more than 5,000 words;
  • The paper shall have an abstract of a maximum of 250 words with four to six keywords;
  • The Heading of the paper shall be typed in Capital, Bold, Font Size 16, Times New Roman, Central Aligned;
  • The main body shall be in Times New Roman, Font Size 12, Line Spacing 1.5, Justified Aligned;
  • Sub-headings shall be in Bold but shall not be in the capital with Font Size 12, Line Spacing 1.5, Justified Aligned;
  • Sub-Sub Headings shall be in italics with Font Size 12, Line Spacing 1.5, Justified Aligned,
  • Sub-sub-sub-Headings shall be numbered with roman numerical;
  • Images shall be Central Aligned and with clarity and authorities shall be duly cited wherein case if images are self-created then such shall be mentioned in the Footnote Section;
  • All charts and tables shall be center-aligned and the authorities shall be duly cited;
  • OSCOLA 4th Edition shall be used for citation and footnotes shall be in Times New Roman, Font Size 10, Justified aligned, and Single Line Spacing.


The seminar is multidisciplinary in nature. The Judges, Advocates, Academicians irrespective of any disciplines, Research Scholars, Students, or any other professionals who have done any research or any activities in the field of child development and welfare can participate in this seminar.

Submission Guidelines

For submission guidelines and other details please click here

Important dates

Date of Release of the Call for Papers: October 13, 2021
Last Date for Paper Submission: November 10, 2021
Date for Confirmation of Selected Papers: November 15, 2021
Date of Seminar: November 20, 2021

Registration details

There is no Registration/Submission Fee for this Seminar
The Submission shall be through Google Form

Link for Submission:

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The Venue of the Seminar will be Online Platform

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Contact Details

For any queries kindly email at: avrc.2021@gmail.com or avrc@aequivic.in or WhatsApp at 8473808112.

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About Journal :

National Journal for Legal Research and Innovative Ideas [NJLRII] is a peer-reviewed online journal on law and multidisciplinary issues published quarterly. The aim is to promote research work, enhance legal academics, legal awareness in the society and to promote original legal writing among law students and young academics. Also, to focus on bridging the gap between research and practice and Implementation of new and varied techniques of learning.

In furtherance of these aims, NJLRII publishes four Issues in its annual Volume. We welcome submissions on any area of law, policy, governance, commerce, humanities, social science, psychology and general. There is no limitation on the choice of topic, the only requirement is that it involves legal analysis with relevance to India. NJLRII provides an interactive platform for the publication of Short Articles, Long Articles, Book Review, Case Comments, Legislative Comments, Research Papers, Essays in the field of Law and others too.

NJLRII is having [ ISSN(O) : 2582-8665 ]and purpose is to disseminate knowledge and research in various aspects of the law. Also, to establish a strong link between researchers and learners and to provide everyone with a common platform to enhance the development of learning standards. This Journal offers students, academics, professionals, to bring forward their views and ideas through a high level of research and get acknowledged in front of masses. NJLRII welcomes contributions from all legal branches and others as long as the work is original, unpublished and is in consonance with the submission guidelines.

Call for papers

National Journal for Legal Research and Innovative Ideas[NJLRII] invites original, unpublished content from all academician, authors, legal professionals and students, under the following categories-

  • Short Articles: (1500-2500 words, including footnotes)
  • Long Articles: (2500-4000 words, including footnotes)
  • Case Comments: (1800-3000 words, including footnotes)
  • Research Papers: (3500-10,000 words, including footnotes)
  • Book Reviews: (1500-3600 words, including footnotes)

[Note: Please don’t submit more than one submission until or unless your submission shall be disqualified.]


Law students pursuing the five-year LL.B course as well as the three years course, Academicians, students pursuing LL.M. or Ph.D., and Educators or any student from Arts and Commerce Stream.


National Journal for Legal Research and Innovative Ideas [NJLRII] on Law and Multidisciplinary Issues believes in bringing certain reforms in the current system, by publishing brilliant submission on contemporary issues. The Journal believes that every issue or aspect of the law is important. Therefore, we do not emphasize on a particular theme. Contributors can submit their submission on any theme related to law, policy, commerce, humanities, psychology, social science and general.

Submission Guidelines

click here for submission guidelines

Procedure for Acceptance

  • On receipt of the contribution, the Editorial Board shall screen it to satisfy itself about the conformity of the contribution with the NJLRII condition & policy, scheme and style for submission of the Journal.
  • It is mandatory to send an abstract while submitting the manuscript under the head of Research paper and Article of not more than 300 words including key . Every abstract should contain at least 3 keywords denoting the theme and relevance of main manuscript.
  • The screened work shall be assessed by the nominated.
  • A contribution recommended by the referee as fit for publication as such or recommended for publication with necessary amendments, if any, shall be considered for publication after the author would submit the amended paper accordingly. The author will be given two weeks (2 weeks) to carry out the changes so.

Perks (Conditions Apply) :

NJLRII will give along each of the selected manuscript author(s):

  • Certificate of Publication.
  • Top 3 (three) meritorious research papers will be provided a small token of thanks along with a small gift from the NJLRII Family.
  • Please note the above-mentioned things will be sent to the Author(s) on their respective postal addresses.
  • Every quarter we shortlist Top 1 Article or Paper.

Submission Deadline

25 / November / 2021

Please note that all submissions must be as per the schedule mentioned above – no late submissions will be considered..ill be charged from the author(s) whose manuscripts will be shortlisted for the publication.

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Contact details

Mr. Ashwani KumarAddress : Contact : +91 8077-3111-98 Email – ashwanisingh084@gmail.com

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About Kanooniyat: 

Kanooniyat is a legal website providing daily legal updates to its user base, comprising law students, law aspirants, lawyers and legal professionals, in the form of articles, opportunities and legal jobs. Social media links: InstagramLinkedInFacebook.

About Kanooniyat Mediation Plan Drafting Competition:

This Mediation PlanDrafting Competition by Kanooniyat aims to provide the participants with a competitive platform to learn about one of the most important skills an advocate must possess- that of mediation, which is a rapidly emerging field in Alternative Dispute Resolution. For the evaluation process, due emphasis will be laid on a candidate’s ability to succinctly put forward the relevant facts, mention the applicable laws and put forward arguments for the same. The reasoning provided, quality of research, and formatting and language used are also applicable criteria.

About Webinar on basics of Mediation Plan

As drafting a mediation plan is one of the main aspects of mediation and negotiation competitions, we at Kanooniyat are holding two supplementary Webinars on Basics of Mediation Plan Drafting and Mediation in India to aid you. These Webinars will prove immensely helpful in learning about the technicalities of drafting an impactful mediation plan.

In Partnership with   

The event is being held in collaboration with MediateGuru and Sync Legal.

The Outreach and Internship partner for this event is LawInternships (The online law school). 

Our Media Partner for this event is International Journal of Advanced Legal Research.

Eligibility competition

  • Students (UG/ PG/ Certifications/ Diploma) from any stream from any University/ College/ Institute in India.
  • Multiple entries from one participant are not permitted.
  • Co-authorship (Team of 2) is permitted.

Awards and Perks

  • Winner: Rs. 2500 + Certificate of Merit
  • Top 5 entries: Certificate of Appreciation
  • Exciting internship opportunities to the winning persons (the first place holder, whether one participant or a team of two) by Sync Legal.
  • Participation Certificates to all the participants.
  • Free entry to the webinar on the basics of drafting a mediation plan.

Complimentary webinar about mediation in India by Adv. Prakhar Dixit, Sync Legal.

Submission Guidelines

  • The Mediation Plan must be written solely by the registered candidate (s) (co-authorship upto two is allowed), in English, and should not have been submitted for publication elsewhere.
  • The minimum word limit for the Mediation Plan is 900 words. There is no maximum word limit.
  • All submissions have to be made in MS Word format and should be typed in Times New Roman, font size 12 and 1.5 line spacing.
  • The page margins should be 1” or 2.54 cm on all sides.
  • All text should be aligned as justified.
  • All claims of the author (s), in the body of the manuscript, are expected to be backed by reasons along with proper citations and shall not be mere assertions.
  • Any violation of rules shall result in direct disqualification.
  • The submissions will be scrutinised through plagiarism software. Permissible limit of plagiarism is 20%.
  • The participants have to choose one of the two mediation problems given, to work on.

Format of the Mediation Plan

Kindly specify the party name, a background of the dispute and a short biography of both parties. The Mediation Plan should contain a brief evaluation under each of the following headings:

  1. Mediation Strategy: What is your team’s strategy including its goals, objectives and its likely success for achieving a good outcome;
  2. Your team’s underlying interests – describe the interests that the Party plans to advance in the Mediation Session by reference to the Problem; 
  3. Your team’s BATNA;
  4. The other Party’s likely underlying interests – describe the likely interests of the other Party by reference to the Problem;
  5. The other Party’s likely BATNA – describe the likely BATNA of the other party by reference to the Problem.

Here is a sample format for Mediation Plan Drafting Competition for participants’ reference.

Evaluation Criteria and Weightage

  1. Identifying key information, interests, opportunities, and impediments (30 marks)
  2. Innovativeness and originality of the solutions offered (35 marks)
  3. Lucidity and writing skills (20 marks)
  4. Formatting and presentation (15 marks)

Copyright of the Submissions

  1. All the Mediation Plan drafts submitted shall be the exclusive property of the organisers.
  2. The organisers shall be free to use the information/ views therein in any manner they require and deem fit.
  3. The decision of organisers in deciding the winner(s) shall be final and binding and no query, correspondence, etc. in this regard shall be entertained by the organisers.


  1. Mediation Plan draft submissions incompatible with the above rules and submission guidelines will not be considered for evaluation.
  2. The submission of entries to the competition implies acceptance of the above terms and conditions by the participant(s).
  3. Kanooniyat reserves the right to cancel the event at any point before the conduct of the event. In such a case, any fee paid as registration fee shall be refunded in full to the registered participants.

Registration and Submission Procedure

  1. Participants are required to register for the Mediation Plan Drafting Competition by paying the registration fee. (Link Mentioned Below)
  2. Once the registration fee is paid, participants have to take a screenshot of the same and fill the registration form.
  3. After they fill the registration form, participants will receive an email acknowledging the same from our end which will also have the submission link for the Mediation Plan Drafting Competition. The registration shall be complete after this step. 
  4. Participants will have to submit their Mediation Plan drafts using the submission form before the deadline.
  5. The participants are required to submit their documents by 11:59 PM, 15th November, 2021, after which the submission form will not accept entries.

Registration Fee

The participants are required to register for Kanooniyat’s Mediation Plan Drafting Competition by paying the registration fee of Rs. 300 (single author) or Rs. 450 (co-authors), through the payment link provided, before the registration deadline, i.e., 7th November 2021.

Important Links

  1. Payment Link: CLICK HERE
  2. Registration Link: CLICK HERE

Important Dates

Last date to register7 November 2021
Webinar on basics of Mediation8 November 2021
Webinar on Mediation in India10 November 2021
Last date to submit15 November 2021
Declaration of Results22 November 2021
Distribution of Awards and Certificates26 November 2021

Contact Information

In case of any queries related to this Mediation Plan Drafting Competition, feel free to contact us at:

Phone no.: 9645099772 (WhatsApp texts only)Email: events@kanooniyat.com / kanooniyat@gmail.com

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Students enrolled in a full-time or part-time law programme at the time of the competition are eligible to compete in the Competition. Each College/Law School or University may enter one team ONLY.

Team Composition

  • Each team shall have three (3) members only, consisting of two (2) speakers and one (1) researcher.
  • Certification shall not be awarded to an additional member.

Official Language

The official language of the Competition is English. All Competition Rounds including the written submissions (memorials) will be in English.


  • The duly completed Google Form for Registration with all team details and NEFT/Wire Transfer must be submitted online to the Moot Court Association on or before 11:59 p.m. IST on 25th November, 2021 for teams participating in accordance with clause 1.1. and 1.2 (Overseas and Invited Indian Teams). No change in the names of the participants shall be permitted after the receipt of the Registration Form, except at the sole discretion of the Organisers.
  • The duly completed Google Form for Registration with all team details and NEFT must be submitted online to the Moot Court Association on or before 11:59 p.m. IST on 15th January, 2022 for teams selected in accordance with clause 1.3.3 (Memorial Round Teams). No change in the names of the participants shall be permitted after the receipt of the Registration Form, except at the sole discretion of the Organisers.
  • All teams shall be given a ‘‘Team Code’’ by the Organisers on validation of their Google Form for Registration and NEFT/Wire Transfer.
  • The teams shall use their designated “Team Code” for all correspondence with the Organizers.
  • The same team code must be used by the teams during the submission of Memorials and during all the Rounds of the Competition.

Dress Code

The dress code for the rounds of the competition shall be as prescribed by the Rules of the Court of Jurisdiction. The dress code for all the functions at the competition shall be western formals for gentlemen and western or traditional formals for ladies

Overseas Teams Registration

Overseas teams may participate in the Competition by making an application to the Organisers via e-mail to dmh.glc@gmail.com. Only after the application has been confirmed will a link to a Google Form and details for the payment of registration fees be provided.

Invited Indian Teams Registration

The organisers shall invite ONLY those Indian Universities/Colleges (refer to Annexure I), which had qualified to the Semi Final Rounds in the 22nd D. M. Harish Memorial Government Law College International Online Moot Court Competition to participate in the competition. The invited colleges must provisionally register themselves by sending an email to dmh.glc@gmail.com. Only after the provisional registration has been confirmed will a link to a Google Form and details for the payment of registration fees be provided.


  • An e-certificate and a cash prize of Rs. 36,000/- for the Best Team and an e-certificate and a cash prize of Rs. 27,000/- for the 2nd Best Team.
  • An e-certificate and cash prize of Rs 15,000/- for the Best Memorial and an e-certificate and cash prize of Rs. 12,000/- for the Runner-up Memorial.
  • An e-certificate and cash prize of Rs. 14,000/- for the Best Speaker, an e-certificate and cash prize of Rs. 10,000/- for the 2nd Best Speaker and an e-certificate and cash prize of Rs. 14,000/- for the Best Speaker in the Final Round of Arguments.
  • All participants will get e-certificates of Participation and all the winners of awards will get e-certificates of Merit.

Contact Info

Email Address: dmh.glc@gmail.com ; mcaglc@gmail.com

In case of any queries, we request you to contact the following members of the Moot
Court Association:
Registrations: Ms. Sakshi Shetty (+91 9136127507)
Mr. Rajveer Veera (+91 9167708965)
Memorials: Ms. Lubaina Sutarwala (+91 9619812699)
General Secretary of the Moot Court Association- Mr. Abhishek Raj (+91 9905912099)

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About PIMR Indore

The institute has been Accredited Thrice Consecutively by NAAC with highest Grade ‘A++’ now. In recognition of its Performance and High standards in providing quality education, the Institute has been conferred Autonomous Status by the University Grants Commission 2006, 2012, 2018 as well as Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya on the recommendation of a high powered expert committee appointed by UGC to inspect the Institute. This is a major milestone for the Institute.

About Department of Law, Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore

With the goal of globalising legal education, the Department of Law, PIMR was established in 2015 as a premium, autonomous law school in central India. It is affiliated with Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidhyalaya in Indore, is approved by the Bar Council of India, and is well-known in Central India for its high-quality education.

About the competition

In these times, while we are combating the crisis which has precariously driven us to the edge of our existence, we at the Department of Law, Prestige Institute of Management and Research are committed to a show of cooperative and collective resilience. The importance of simulation in legal education can hardly be overemphasized. The Moot Court experience is unlike any other in Law School. Learning outcome from moot hones all the skills necessary to become an excellent lawyer in today’s competitive world. Therefore, the moot court association of the institute has planned to organize its 2nd edition of Padma Shri Dr N.N. Jain National Moot Court Competition which is on a virtual platform this time, to provide an environment where aspiring lawyers can enhance their legal proficiencies and mooting skills with a unique concept.

Mode and date of the competition

  • Mode: Zoom Meetings
  • Date: November 30 to December 2, 2021


All the students who are pursuing three years or five-year Law Courses during the current academic year, from any recognized University /Law School/College/Department. However, a maximum of one team shall be allowed to participate from one University/Law School/College/Department.

Important Dates

  1. online registration starts from: October 20, 2021
  2. Registration closes: November 30, 2021
  3. Last date clarification: November 22, 2021
  4. Last date for submission of soft copy of memorial: November 23, 2021
  5. Draw of lots: November 28, 2021
  6. Researcher’s test: November 29, 2021
  7. Inaugural ceremony: November 30, 2021
  8. Preliminary round: November 30, 2021
  9. Quarter finals round & semi finals: December 1, 2021
  10. Final and valedictory ceremony: December 2, 2021


  • Winning Team: Rs. 11,000
  • Runner-Up Team: Rs. 7,000
  • Best Speaker: Rs. 2,500
  • Best Memorial: Rs. 2,500
  • Best Researcher: Rs. 2,000

How to register?

The teams interested to participate are required to confirm their participation by sending an email attaching

  1. the scanned copy of Annexure-A (The registration form) given in the brochure,
  2. duly filled and a screenshot of payment containing transaction number,

to mootcourt@pimrindore.ac.in stating the subject “Registration for National Moot Court Competition” by November 20th, 2021.

The teams shall then send:

  • The correctly filled printed copy of Registration form (in the format given in Annexure-A)
  • non-refundable participation fee of Rs.600/- via any of the following payment mode:
    • PhonePe, Google Pay, Paytm: 70800 92775 (Shivam Mishra)
    • Paytm UPI: 7080092775@paytm
    • Bank Details:
      • Account Holder Name: Shivam Mishra
      • Account number: 35548492669
      • IFSC Code: SBIN0017331
  • The teams shall send/mail a screenshot of the payment at mootcourt@pimrindore.ac.in, the mail body must clearly state the name of the participants and participating institution.
  • On receipt of the printed copy of the registration form & payment, the team shall be formally considered registered as a participant for the event.
  • A confirmatory email, along with team code, shall be sent to such team within 72 hours from the date of registration.
  • Thereafter, for all further correspondence with the organizers of the Competition and otherwise, all the registered teams shall identify and refer to themselves using the allotted team code only.

For further information click on the link below:


Contact details

  • Anshika Goel (Associate Convener): 8839104696
  • Madhavi Moyde (Secretary): 9630440977

mail at: sayali_bandi@pimrindore.ac.in , sumit_maheshwari@pimrindore.ac.in

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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 fulfill the need for a Centre of Excellence in legal education in the modern era of globalization and liberalization.

ABout RGNUL Law Review

The  RGNUL Law Review is a Biannual refereed Journal with ISSN: 2231-4938.It deals primarily with contemporary and relevant issues in law with an objective to enhance the knowledge quotient and at the same time initiate intellectual debate and dialogue yielding fruitful results.

The Inaugural Issue was released in 2011 under the able guidance of the then Vice-Chancellor Professor (Dr.) Gurjit Singh and the then Registrar Professor (Dr.) GIS Sandhu as the Executive Editor and Dr. Tanya Mander as the Editor.  Initially it was published by the University; thereafter the RLR collaborated with Lexis Nexis for publication. Commencing from the year 2020, RLR will be published in collaboration with Eastern Book Company. 


The RLR is a Peer – Reviewed refereed Journal. RLR invites well researched, quality contributions on contemporary and relevant issues in Law twice a year as it is a Biannual Journal. The last date for submission of papers for-

January- June Issue: 15th January of every year

July- December Issue: 15th July of every year

Contributions must be emailed at rlr@rgnul.ac.in


  • Dr. Kamaljit Kaur
  • Dr. Sharanjit
  • Dr. Gaganpreet Kaur
  • Dr. Renuka Soni
  • Dr. Abhinandan Bassi
  • Dr. Geetika Walia
  • Dr. Navleen Multani

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About Government Law College, Mumbai

With a heritage spanning over 150 years and a seemingly endless list of eminent alumni, Government Law College, Mumbai has been considered as a premier institute of legal education since its inception in 1855. Having humbly begun as classes in a borrowed premises, this college that first lit the candle of legal education in India, stands tall amongst all its contemporaries.

About the Essay Competition

The Magazine Committee of Government Law College, Mumbai, organises a national level legal essay writing competition, The Dinesh Vyas Memorial Government Law College National Legal Essay Competition, annually. Writing is a proclivity that a lawyer must never detach himself from, and as a result, each year, the Magazine Committee of Government Law College, Mumbai, organises a national level legal essay writing competition, The Dinesh Vyas Memorial Government Law College National Legal Essay Competition.

The Dinesh Vyas Memorial Government Law College National Legal Essay Competition is named after Late Mr Dinesh Vyas, a distinguished GLC alumnus who graduated with an LLB from Government Law College in 1967.


1st prize- Rs. 12,000/-; 2nd prize- Rs. 9,000/- ; 3rd prize- Rs. 7,000/-

The winning essay will be published in méLAWnge 2020-21, the Annual College Magazine of Government Law College, Mumbai. All publishing rights will remain with the organizing committee.
All authors submitting their entries shall receive a Letter of Appreciation for their participation.


  • The entries must be submitted on or before 20th November, 2021
  • No submissions made after that shall be accepted.


Students pursuing LL.B. (3 Years or 5 Years Courses)/ LL.M. course from any recognized University or College can
participate in the competition.


  • The Essay must be written in English.
  • Each entry must be the original and previously unpublished work of the participant.
  • A copy of the entry should be e-mailed to melawnge@glcmumbai.com in both the PDF and Word formats.
  • Participants must submit a short bio-data in the body of the e-mail containing the following information: Full name, year, college name, telephone number & postal address along with personal contact number, email-id & postal address.
  • In the body of the same email, participants are required to specify which topic they have chosen to write on. Such specification must not be included in the entry itself.
  • Participants must submit a scanned copy of their College Student Identity Card or equivalent Fee Receipt.
  • Entries which do not contain the same, will not be accepted.
  • No Registration fee is to be paid by the participants.
  • Co-authorship is permitted within students from the same educational institution


  • The essay should comprise of not less than 3500 words and not more than 5000 words. The word limit is inclusive of footnotes.
  • The entry should adhere to the following formatting requirements : Font type – Times New Roman, Font size – 12, Double-spacing, One inch margin on each side, with justified alignment of text.
  • The footnotes should adhere to the following formatting requirements: Font type – Times New Roman, Font size – 10, Single-spacing.
  • The citation must be strictly in accordance with the Harvard Blue Book Citation style, 20 Edition.
  • The identity of the student or the college, university, institution etc., should not be revealed in the text of the essay in any manner whatsoever.




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ABOUT Sathyabhama Institute

Sathyabama is a prestigious institution which excels in the fields of Engineering, Science and Technology for more than three successful decades. It offers multi-disciplinary academic programmes in various fields of Engineering, Science, Technology, law, Dental Science, Pharmacy, Nursing, Management, Arts and Science and Allied Health Sciences. It is established under Sec.3 of UGC Act, 1956 and is been Accredited with ‘A’ Grade by the National Accreditation and Assessment council.

About Sathyabama School of Law

Legal education is at a pivotal moment right now and Sathyabama School of Law is evolving to address the society’s need by adding value to the students learning to serve society and spirit of community is an integral part of our curriculum. Ever since its inception, School of Law has stood by its strong dedications to the study of law and interdisciplinary approaches to law and the focus is on real-world skills required to be ready for practice.

About competition

The Client Counselling Competition promotes greater knowledge and interest among law students in the preventative law and counselling functions of law practice. It also encourages students to develop interviewing, planning, and analytical skills in the lawyer- client relationship in the law office. Interviewing and advising are a significant part of most lawyer’s work. The Competition provides an opportunity for a valuable educational and cultural interchange between students, law teachers, and legal practitioners.

  • Initial interview with a person playing the role of the client.
  • Address the client’s legal and non-legal needs
  • The advocate-client relationship
  • Build rapport
  • Determine client goals
  • Consider applicable law, etc.


The Competition follows, Point Qualification Format in which teams accumulating the highest number of points in the preliminary rounds will qualify for the Quarter Finals followed by the Semi-Final Rounds and thereon for the Final Rounds.

There will be four (4) rounds of competition

  1. The Preliminary Round
  2. The Quarter Finals (for 8 short listed Teams).
  3. The Semi Final round (for 4 short listed Teams)
  4. The Final Round (for the Final 2 Teams)
    • Each Counselling Session is divided into three parts: Consultation, PostConsultation and Critique.
    • During the consultation and post-consultation, the team may use books, notes and other materials.


The problem for the Client Counselling will be based on any of these subject areas: Law of Torts, Constitutional Law, Specific Relief, Family Law, Criminal Law, Labour Law, Environmental Law, and other major Acts.



  • Consultation Period is 20 Minutes.
  • Post Consultation Period is 5 Minutes.
  • Critique Period is 5 Minutes

SEMI-FINALS= 35 Minutes

  • Consultation Period is 25 Minutes.
  • Post Consultation Period is 5 Minutes.
  • Critique Period is 5 Minutes

FINALS= 40 Minutes

  • Consultation Period is 25 Minutes.
  • Post Consultation Period is 10 Minutes.
  • Critique Period is 5 Minutes


The school of Law, Sathyabama institute of science And Technology is conducting 1st Virtual National Client Counselling Competition,2021. The Competition shall be conducted on 3rd & 4th December 2021. The rules for the competition are given below:

  1. The Organizers shall not be responsible for any loss due to slow or non-functional Internet Connection during the Competition. We request all the participants to arrange a sound Internet Connection.
  2. The decision of the Judges shall be final regarding the outcome of the Rounds.
  3. No additional documentation or screen sharing will be allowed.
  4. The Organizers reserve the right to take disqualify the participants if indulged unethical, wrongful or unprofessional conduct.
  5. Scouting is not allowed under any circumstances and may lead to disqualification. You are requested to exit the room after your session is over.
  6. If there is any situation, not covered by the Rules, the decision of the Organizers shall be final and binding.
  7. The participants are always required to comply with the rules formulated by the Organizing Committee during the competition. In case of any non-compliance with the rules of the competition, penalty may be imposed by deduction of marks and the teams may also be disqualified after they have been warned once.
  8. All the participates will receive their E-Certificates.
  9. Participants are advised to check their mailboxes regularly for updates.
  10. In the case of a tie, the higher rank would be determined on the basis of least time taken by the participants.


  • Each team must consist of two participants only.
  • The two participants may be from any of the 3 year or 5-year LLB course.


Students of three year and five-year law degree courses from any University/Law School/College/Department are eligible for registration of their team.


Participants should wear Formal Attire during the competition.


  • Quality of questions asked for obtaining relevant information from client
  • Extent of relevant remedies suggested to client
  • Establishing an effective professional relationship.
  • Learning the client’s goals, expectations and needs.
  • Factual and legal analysis of the client’s problems.
  • Giving advice and assisting the client to make an informed decision.
  • Response during the post consultation period.


The Marking scheme shall comprise of 50 marks per participant, which shall be distributed as follows:

  1. Presence of mind = 10 marks
  2. Ability to provide legal solution = 10 marks
  3. Tactfully handling the client = 10 marks
  4. Extracting relevant information from client = 10 marks
  5. Audible summarizing & team work (Post Consultation) = 10 mark


  1. Registration Opens (Google Form)- 25th October
  2. Registration Close- 1st December
  3. Last date for payment- 1st December
  4. Inauguration, Preliminary Round & Quarter – Finals – 3rd December
  5. Semi- Finals and Finals – 4th December
  6. Valedictory – 4th December


  • Teams can register by filling up the google form, which is given below. First 30 registered teams only can participate. https://forms.gle/ReNUR2nQ3Fm2qPiW9
  • The registration fee shall be Rs.1000 /- for each team. The registration fee shall be non-refundable and non-transferable.
  • The last date for registration is 1st December 2021.
  • Once a team registers by completing the formalities given, a Code (hereinafter “Team Code”) shall be assigned to the team by the Organizing Committee.
  • The link/Rooms for all the sessions will be conveyed to the participants prior to the event.
  • The organizing committee has the exclusive right to decide in case of any dispute related to the competition. The decision of the organizing committee in such a case shall be final.


The Mode of Payment of the registration fee shall be Account Transfer or UPI transfer.
The registration fee shall be paid in favour of the below-mentioned Account.
A/c No- 616546836
IFSC Code- IDIB000S201
Account Holder’s Name- Dr. Dilshad Shaik
Google Pay Number: 9849000331


  • First Prize: Certificate of Merit + Cash Prize of Rs.5000
  • Second Prize: Certificate of Merit + Cash Prize of Rs.2500
  • Best Student Council: Certificate of Merit + Cash Prize of Rs.1500
  • E-Certificate will be provided to active participants.


E-Mail ID: sslclientcounselling2021@gmail.com


Student Coordinators

B.A.LL. B (Hons.)
B.A.LL. B (Hons.)

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