The team comprising of Pranay Nath Lekhi (4th year), Adya Garg (4th year), Chaitanya Sundriyal (4th year), Aditya Sood (5th year), Aryan Agrawal (3rd year) and Ankit Pal (1st Year)  reached the semi-finals of the national rounds and qualified for world rounds of 59th Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition which was conducted by Amity Law School, Noida.

The team comprising of Abhidipto Tarafder (2nd year), Parva Khare (2nd year), Anwesh Panda (3rd year) and Aastha Malhotra (1st year) finished as the Runners up at the World rounds of 1st NILS Business and Human Rights Moot Court Competition 2018  conducted at London. Parva Khare was awarded best speaker. NUJS also won Best Memo award in the competition.

The team comprising of Ishani Moulik (3rd Year), Aditi Vasani (2nd Year), Pragya Goyal (3rd Year)and Parth Gala (1st Year) finished as the quarter-finalist at the GIMC Moot Court Competition, 2018. GIMC is one of the foremost national moots dealing in World Trade Law.


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