National Moot Court Competition organized by Amity Law School, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow Campus promises once again to unite some of the finest and brightest law students in India. Since its inception in the year 2007, this competition has grown to become one of the most highly regarded events of its kind in India. The recorded footfall of the competition across the Nation has made the competition‘s impact widespread in all regions of the country.

Amity Law School, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow Campus through this event aims to inspire the educational excellence and legal intellect of law students across the Nation.

Amity Law School strongly believes that the present legal education should be beyond the books; Amity Law School has inspired legal education with a collegial intellectual community. The faculties and authorities in Amity Law School have long upheld the principle that law must be studied within the context of its ultimate nature, to serve justice and humanity.

Students at Amity Law School thrive in a diverse and resource-rich atmosphere that is intellectually invigorating, professionally supportive, and forward-thinking. This is precisely why this institution is known for producing well-rounded lawyers and accomplished practitioners. Students learn and improve their advocacy skills by participating in the National Moot Court Competition. These are the reasons that Amity Law School is dedicated to organizing these kinds of events and setting a benchmark every year.

Amity Law School wholeheartedly welcomes all the participants into the vibe of the competition and wishes them all luck and success for this competition.


  • The Competition is open to all students, enrolled bona fide on a regular basis in an undergraduate law course (3 years/5 years) conducted by any recognized College/ Institution/ University.

  • A recognized College/Institution/University is entitled to send a maximum of 3 teams to the competition.

  • Each team shall comprise a minimum of two members and a maximum of three members. In a team comprising of two members, both members shall be designated as Orators. In a team comprising three members, two members shall be designated as Orators and the third member shall be designated as a Researcher.

  • Teams shall not disclose their identity or that of their institution. However, the speakers can disclose their names only to the bench during the oral arguments.

  • No additional member or team coach is allowed to accompany the team.


  • Teams are requested to submit 8 hard copies (Petitioner-4 and Respondent-4) at the time of formal registration at the venue on 23rd March 2023.

  • The language to be used during the rounds is English

  • The Competition shall consist of the following rounds: –

    Preliminary Rounds I and II.

    • Quarterfinals.

    • Semi-finals.

    • Finals

  • During each of the above-mentioned rounds, the order in which the teams shall present their arguments is as follows:

    • Petitioner Speaker 1

    • Petitioner Speaker 2

    • Respondent Speaker 1

    • Respondent Speaker 2

    • Rebuttal: Petitioner – Any one of the two Speakers

    • Sur-rebuttal: Respondent- Anyone of the two Speakers

Note: The detailed rules & regulations of the competition may be found in a separate document.


Winning Team: Rs. 21,000/-

Runners Up: Rs. 10,000/-

Best Speaker/Mooter: Rs. 3,000/-

Best Memorial: Rs. 3,000/-

Best Researcher: Rs. 3,000/-

Medals for winners and runners up


12th January 2023 Release of moot proposition

20th February 2023 Last date of provisional registration

1st March 2023 Last date of clarifications

3rd March 2023 (23:59 Hrs) Release of Clarifications

12th March 2023 (23:59 Hrs) Last date for submitting the softcopy of the memorial

23rd March 2023 (23:59 Hrs) Last date for submitting the hardcopy of the memorial

23rd March 2023 Inaugural function, Orientation of participants, Researchers' test, Memorial exchange, and draw of lots

24th March, 2023 Preliminary rounds

25th March, 2023 Quarter-Final, Semi-Final Rounds & Final Round

25th March, 2023 Valedictory Ceremony

For payment & registration


  • The Participants Shall register themselves and pay the fees for the competition using the following link:

  • https://www.amity.edu/lucknow/paymentgateway/mootcourt2023/

  • The teams may also register through the registration link available on the Official Website and by paying the registration fee as provided. Each Team shall complete such registration by 20th February, 2023. (11:59 P.M. IST).

  • The link for the website

  • https://contactamitynation.wixsite.com/xivamitynational

  • REGISTRATION FEE is Rs. 4,500/- + GST Only.

  • Registration fee will be NON-REFUNDABLE in case of non-participation after registration.


  • Accommodation shall be provided to all teams by the organizers from the evening (17:00 hrs IST) of 22nd March 2023 till the evening of 25th March 2023(19:00 hrs IST).

  • The participants must abide by the rules and regulations observed in the campus and the hostel, non-compliance with which may lead to disqualification.

  • Teams should send their travel plan, as and when asked by the organizing committee as soft copy.

  • Food and Transportation (to and from the venue) shall be provided to all the teams for the duration only.


For any query contact:



Mr. Ashutosh Kumar Shukla +91 94543 19927


Ms. Juhi Saxena +91 73762 23317

Ms. Palak Jawa +91 93372 90665

Ms. Adya Pandey +91 88402 30613

Ms. Aakansha Verma +91 78439 85183

Ms. Ekta Rose +91 94504 34901


Rishi Raaj +91 90443 65694


Tanya Mishra +91 93367 23444

Bhaskar Mishra +91 97925 83927


Akhya Tewari +91 87950 26989

Vedang Kapoor +91 99198 83883

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