Registrations are cordially invited for the 1st Army Institute of Law and Malhotra & Malhotra Associates Child Law National Online Moot Court Competition, 2021, scheduled to be held on 17th and 18th June 2021.

About the Moot

The Army Institute of Law, Mohali, in collaboration with Malhotra & Malhotra Associates, Chandigarh, designed as a part of its endeavour to provide, facilitate and expose the student community towards the upcoming issues of child abduction, custody, maintenance, adoption, surrogacy, and related to family, takes immense pleasure in announcing the 1st Edition of Army Institute of Law and Malhotra & Malhotra Associates Child Law National Online Moot Court Competition, 2021.

The competition is scheduled to be held from 17th -18th June 2021, on a virtual platform. The moot will be judged by legal luminaries who have expertise in the legal issues stated in the moot problem. Participation is open for students who are pursuing LLB three-year / five-year courses during the current academic year.


Participation is open for bonafide students who are either pursuing a 3-year L.L.B. course or the 5-year integrated law course during the current academic year. Only one team from each participating college shall be registered for the competition. Each team shall comprise either three members (two Speakers and one Researcher) or two members (two Speakers) only.

Registration Details

1) The teams should provisionally register through by sending an email to (with a subject – Child Law Moot Registration) by 11th May 2021. Only 36 teams will be registered to participate in the competition on a first-come-first-serve basis.
2) Once the provisional registration is confirmed, the Registration Fee: Rs 2000/- (non-refundable) for each participating team, is to be submitted by 15th May 2021, through the online transaction by clicking on the link: HERE
3) Teams are required to send the scanned copy of the receipt (of payment of Rs. 2000/- paid using online mode) along with the duly filled registration form and scanned college ID card should be sent on or before May 15th, 2021, via email to, with the following details:
Details of Payment of Registration Fee:
Transaction ID:________

Date of payment:______
4) No change in the names of the participants shall be permitted unless the same has been communicated to the organizers a week before the event in exceptional circumstances only after the due proof has been attached by the participating college.

Important Dates:
1. Release of Proposition and Rules: 1st May 2021
2. Deadline for Provisional Registration: 11th May 2021
3. Deadline for submission of registration form and fee: 15th May 2021
4. Deadline for seeking clarifications to propositions: 21st May 2021
5. Release of Clarifications: 25th May 2021
6. Deadline for submission of Memorials (Soft Copy): 3rd June 2021
7. Declaration of result of Memorial on or before: 10th June 2021
8. Rounds (via video-conferencing): 17th-18th June 2021
    Octa-Quarter finals: 17th June 2021
    Quarterfinals: 17th June 2021
    Semi-finals: 18th June 2021 
    Finale: 18th June 2021
Note: If up to 28 teams register, then the top 8 teams will go for Quarter-final. No Octa-Quarter round will be held.
          If more than 28 teams are registered for the said competition then Top 16 teams will go for Octa-Quarters.


Best Team: Rupees 30,000/-
Runner Up: Rupees 20,000/-
Best Memorial: Rupees 10,000/-
Best Student Advocate: Rupees 10,000/-
Note: All the Participants will get participation certificates. E-Certificates shall be mailed to the teams within fifteen days of the event.

Contact Information

For further clarifications or queries, you may contact the undersigned organizing committee members or e-mail at:

Ms. Aafreen Choudhary: +91 8619876148
Mr. Shiekhar Panwar: +91 9027362326
Important Documents: HERE
1. For the rules of the competition: Refer Rules_AIL-and-M&M-Associates-Child-Law-Moot-2021
2. For the moot problem: Proposition_AIL-and-M&M-Associates-Child-Law-Moot-2021

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