National Law University, Delhi, hosted the India National Rounds for the International Criminal Court (ICC) Moot, from the 17th to 19th of March, 2017. The Indian Qualifying Rounds saw participation of 20 teams from various universities across the country. The finals were judged by a panel comprising of the Honourable Justice Gita Mittal, Advocate Anjolie Singh and Professor Srinivas Burra, and saw NLU Delhi emerging as the winners of the national rounds, alongside winning the Best Memorial Award. In addition to this, one of the team members, Aditya Garg, was also adjudged as the Best Oralist. The winning team comprised of Aditya Garg, Suchita Goel, Arpit Agarwal, Ishaan Mishra, and Devdutta Mukherjee. Further, The first runners up were NLSIU, Bangalore, and the second runners up were GNLU. The three teams (winners and two runners up), have qualified to participate in the International Rounds, which are held annually at The Hague, Netherlands.
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- NLU Delhi wins India National Rounds for International Criminal Court Moot