The University Law College (ULC) hosts an annual national moot court competition that stands as the crowning achievement of the Society of Mooters. The competition attracts participants from law schools across the country, and the final rounds are presided over by judges from the High Court of Karnataka. The competition holds a coveted spot among the best moot court events in the country, and the upcoming 27th All India Moot Court Competition 2023 will take place under the capable hands of the Society of Mooters from June 9th to 11th, 2023. The competition will be held at University Law College, Jnana Bharathi Campus, Bangalore University, Bengaluru, Karnataka.

The All India Moot Court Competition boasts an impressive panel of judges, having continuously operated for 26 years. Recent years’ final rounds have been judged by Hon’ble Justice Dr. H.B. Prabhakara Sastry, Hon’ble Justice S.R. Krishna Kumar, Hon’ble Justice Siddaiah Rachaiah, Hon’ble Justice Ashok G. Nijagannavar, Hon’ble Justice Padmaraj Nemachandra Desai, Hon’ble Justice Shivashankar Amarannavar. Distinguished guests have inaugurated the 25th and 26th editions of the AIMCC, including the Honorable Dr. Justice N. Santosh Hegde, a former Supreme Court Judge, Shri Prabhuling Navadgi, the Advocate General for Karnataka, and Shri Vivek Subba Reddy, the President of the Advocate Association, Bengaluru.


Winners – Prizes worth Rupees one lakh

[Three (3) one-year academic subscriptions to

SCC Online worth Rupees 81,000 + Attractive Cash prize + Trophy]

Runners up – Prizes worth Rupees 60,000

[Three (3) one-year complimentary subscriptions to

EBC Learning worth Rupees 43500 + Attractive Cash prize + Trophy]

Best Memorial – 7500 Rupees + Trophy

Best Speaker – 7500 Rupees + Trophy

Best Researcher – 7500 Rupees + Trophy


  • Last Date for Registration : 20/04/2023
  • Last Date for Sending Clarifications : 25/04/2023
  • Release of Clarifications : 01/05/2023
  • Late Date for Submission of soft copy of the memorial : 07/05/2023
  • Announcement of teams qualified : 14/05/2023
  • Submission of travel plan : 22/05/2023
  • Inauguration of AIMCC, Researcher’s test, Draw of lots : 09/06/2023
  • Preliminary Round of the moot court competition : 10/06/2023
  • Quarter Finals, Semi-Finals, Final Rounds and Valedictory Function of the Competition : 11/06/2023


Please find the attached links containing the Brochure, Moot problem, Rules and Regulations, and the Registration Form.


Registration Link:


Moot Problem:–L1aOpkbTuNMZRzkpvKptf/view?usp=drivesdk

Rules and Regulations:

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