School of Law, SASTRA Deemed University, Tanjore proudly announces the 18th edition of Nani Palkhivala Memorial National Tax Moot Court Competition, 2023 to be held from 22nd April to 23rd April.

Mr. Nani Palkhivala was a multi-faceted personality-a lawyer par excellence, philanthropist, diplomat, author, and a pioneer in the field of law. His authorship series, “Law and practice of Income Tax” as well as commentaries on the same have since set the benchmark in taxation and is still the guidebook for all tax enthusiasts in the country. Hailed as the “Gift of God to modern India” by Shri. Rajaji Palkhivala was the epitome of persuasion, precision of argument, in depth understanding of law as well as analytical, strategic, charismatic, and successful advocacy.

There can be no better way of sustaining the memory of perhaps India’s most extraordinary advocate than by instituting an annual tax moot court competition in his name. The Nani Palkhivala Memorial National Tax Moot Court Competition hosted by School of Law, SASTRA Deemed University is a tribute to this great man. We invite you to join us to be a part of this intellectual confluence in the blessed city of Tanjore from the 22nd April to 23rd April, 2023.

The moot proposition will be released soon.

Venue: School of Law, SASTRA Deemed University, Thirumalaisamudram, Tanjore.

Interested universities can fill out the google form to provisionally register:

Please check: for further notifications with respect to moot problem and registration dates!

Convenor: Aaryyan Aathreya +91 86109 82368

Co- Convenor: Swaminathan. K +91 83006 77010

To know more click on Rulebook – Nani 2023 and Schedule – Nani 2023

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