The Third Edition of Symbiosis Law School, Pune – International Criminal Trial Advocacy Competition [SICTA] was held from March 23–25, 2018 in Symbiosis Law School, Pune. The final round was judged by:
1. VG Hegde, Associate Professor, Faculty of Legal Studies, South Asian University,
2. Ved Kumari, Dean & Head, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi Former Chairperson,Delhi Judicial Academy
3. Sandeep Gopalan, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Academic Innovation), Deakin University School, Melbourne
4. T R Subramanya, Former Legal Counsellor, Kingdom of Bahrain and
5. Gudmunder Eriksson, Executive Director & Professor, Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat Former Ambassador of Iceland.

The following were declared winners:

Winners: GLC, Mumbai

1st Runners Up: UILS, Punjab

2nd Runners up: RMLNLU, Lucknow

Best Memorial: School of Law, Nirma University

Best Speaker: Kavita M, GLC, Mumbai

2nd Best Speaker: Nikita S, GLC, Mumbai

Best Prosecutor Award: Aniruddh B, UILS, Punjab
Total 26 teams participated in the competition, out of which 6 were international teams.
1.     NLSIU, Bangalore
2     GNLU, Gandhinagar
3.    Amity Law School, Noida
4.    NUALS, Kochi
5.    RMLNLU, Lucknow
6.    TNNLS, Tiruchinapali
7.    GLC, Mumbai
8.    TNDALU
9.    NUJS, Kolkata
10.  Christ University, Bangalore
11.  UPES, Dehradun
12.  ILS, Pune
13.  School of Law, Nirma University
14.  DSNLU
15.  KIIT Law School, Bhubaneswar
16.  Alliance University
17.  SLS, Noida
18.  UILS, Punjab
19.  Nepal Law Campus, Tribbhuvan University
20.  Peking University School of Transnational Law
21.  Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin, Terengganu
22.  University of Gdansk-Faculty of Law and Administration, Poland
23.  University of Sussex
24.  Kuwait University

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