The 1st St. Joseph’s College of Law National Level Moot Court Competition, 2021 has been conceived with the aim of creating opportunities for learning the development of jurisprudence on emerging trends in Intellectual Property Law and allied areas besides developing cutting edge skills in research, writing and advocacy.
Date of the Moot: 17 July & 18 July 2021.
Venue: The competition will be conducted virtually.
The competition is open for students who are studying LLB three year or five-year course during the current academic year.
1. Each team should consist of a minimum of 2 and maximum of 3 members. This number cannot be modified under any circumstances.
2. There shall be 2 speakers and 1 researcher designated for each team. The researcher shall be allowed to argue with the prior permission of the court and organisers in case of illness of the designated speakers.
- SJCL NMCC Brochure 2021: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1e0ORkX4H1nQwpizfsWZkSwpuYQ9QMP21/view?usp=sharing
- SJCL NMCC Rules and Regulations 2021: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1owFPwqC6UhqUoMApjWzRjUjza1hEfmH2/view?usp=sharing
Last Date of Registration: 28 June, 2021.
Registration Link: https://forms.gle/7amx5jXyxPjzAfSu5
The teams must register online by 28 July, 2021. The 1st St. Joseph’s College of Law National Moot Court Competition, 2021 will be considered in two stages – Phase I and Phase II. The details pursuant to same are contained in the brochure and rule book for your perusal.
Registration fees will be accepted through the online mode only, that is through the link provided. No other payment method will be allowed. Participants will receive an acceptance of their request for participation via mail.
Once registered, the concerned registration fee would neither be refunded nor waived. All updates will be communicated to the contact person as mentioned in the registration form. It is the responsibility of the contact person to distribute and communicate any contingent updates to the team.
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