11th School of Law, CHRIST University, Bengaluru National Moot Court Competition, 2020

About School of Law, CHRIST (Deemed to be University):

School of Law, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Bangalore, was founded and is administered by Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (CMI). The parent university, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), formerly Christ College had the rare distinction of being one of the first institutions in India to be accredited in 1998 by the NAAC. Subsequently, in 2004 and 2016, CHRIST (Deemed to be University) has the top grade ‘A’ in the 4-point scale. In four decades, the institution has become the most preferred educational institution in the city. SLCU entered the list of top law schools in India according to the NIRF Rankings declared by the MHRD in 2020. The Courses are approved by the Bar Council of India. SLCU boasts of unmatched infrastructure comprising of well equipped audio-visual classrooms, resourceful libraries with the latest legal publications and journals, information centre with all-time Internet connectivity, conference halls, mini auditoriums and above all, a conducive environment to study and explore numerous possibilities in life.

About EBC & SCC Online (Knowledge Partners):

Eastern Book Company is a publisher of international repute and an acknowledged leader in the field of law publishing in India for more than 75 years. EBC publishes a wide range of legal commentaries, student texts, law reports and digests, and its products include pioneering works both in the print and electronic medium. Reliable and comprehensive law reporting of the Supreme Court of India has been achieved through EBC’s weekly law report since 1969, the Supreme Court Cases. Now running into nearly 300 volumes, it is the leading law report of India with a very wide circulation and readership. SCC Online currently has over 400 databases, over 4.2 million documents, and over 20 million pages. School of Law, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Bangalore is proud to have EBC & SCC Online as Knowledge Partners for the 11th Edition of National Moot Court Competition, 2020.

Eligibility Criteria:

All law colleges/ institutions/ universities across the country recognized by the Bar Council of India are eligible to take part in the Competition. All participants must be currently pursuing their Bachelor’s degree in Law, i.e., either 3 year or 5 year courses. Only one team per college/institution/university shall be allowed to participate.

Registration:

Competition registration shall be based on first come first serve basis to 40 participating teams. Registration shall be successful upon completion of all formalities mentioned in the Rules. Last day for Online Registration is 15th October 2020 (by 6:00 PM). Request for Refund of Registration Fee shall not be entertained.

Registration Procedure to be completed at: https://forms.gle/QvWEMEuGpPYWdHGn6

Important Dates:

Last date for seeking clarifications 10th October 2020
Release of clarifications 12th October 2020
Last Date for Online Registration (inclusive of Payment & other procedures)  

15th October 2020

Release of Team Codes 18th October 2020
Last Date for Submission of Memorials Soft Copy through Google Form  

31st October 2020

Inauguration & Researcher’s Test 5th November 2020
Oral Rounds (Prelims, Octas, Quarters & Semis) 5th, 6th & 7th November 2020
Finals & Valedictory 8th November 2020

Rules of the Competition: NMCC Rules & Regulations 2020

Moot Proposition:11th NMCC Moot Proposition

Brochure:  NMCC Brochure

Contact Details:

Email: moot@law.christuniversity.in

Student Conveners: Mr. Naga Sai Srikar (9535345874)

                                        Ms. Nisha Harish (7795111585)

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