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About CNLU

Chanakya National Law University (CNLU) was established in the year 2006 with an altruistic aspiration of serving society by disseminating high-quality legal education and legal awareness. CNLU has garnered a pan-India reputation as a stellar institution for legal research and education. CNLU strives to provide opportunities for students and research scholars to enhance their knowledge, practical nuances and research skills through conferences, capacity building series, guest lectures on contemporary issues revolving in collaboration with Central & State statutory bodies, law firms, think tanks, research centres, trade associations, and other National and State educational institutions, among others. These academic and legal discourse on contemporary, relevant topics is one of the essential aspects of learning to attain proficiency in the legal field.


The Centre for Advanced Research on Corporate and Insolvency Laws (CARCIL) is a Centre of Excellence to facilitate the highest standards of research in Corporate Law, Governance, Insolvency, and allied laws in India.

The Centre aims to provide a platform to carry out research projects, organize academic workshops, lectures and conferences, conduct Faculty Development Programs, etc., and work towards the advancement of Corporate and Insolvency laws in India. CARCIL is committed to fostering an environment that encourages intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, and innovative ideas.

To foster a culture of good governance, voluntary compliance and facilitate effective participation of different stakeholders. Focused research on the relation between social changes and the corporation. To look beyond the black box of the corporation and research the role of the main corporate actors, including the board, shareholders, supervisors as well as the role of public and private regulation in relation to corporation.

About The Competition

This prestigious moot court competition aims to ignite in-depth research and insightful discourse on critical issues within the realm of Indian competition law and consumerism. Recognizing the pivotal role of the business sector in driving the national economy, the competition underscores the fundamental necessity of comprehending the legal implications and established jurisprudence governing business practices. By nurturing the expertise of young lawyers in competition law, the competition envisions paving the way for a more conducive business environment and a fair marketplace, ultimately benefiting all stakeholders within the industry.

The first edition of the CNLU-CCI National Moot Court Competition, held in association with Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan Attorneys, witnessed an overwhelming response, attracting 32 teams from premiere law schools across the nation. Building upon this success, the second edition, organized in collaboration with the Competition Commission of India, further solidified the competition’s reputation for excellence. Top law firms like JSA Advocates & Solicitors, alongside esteemed individuals possessing extensive knowledge and prestige in the field of competition law, served as distinguished judges, ensuring a truly enriching experience for participants. This edition not only witnessed enthusiastic participation from many universities that graced the previous event but also benefited from the valuable expertise of a stellar panel of judges.

Building upon this remarkable legacy, CARCIL proudly presents the third edition of the competition under the distinguished patronage of the Competition Commission of India. This year’s event will embrace a hybrid format, with the Preliminary & Quarter-Final Rounds conducted virtually on March 22nd and 23rd, 2024, followed by the Semi-Final & Final Rounds held physically at the CNLU Campus on April 6th, 2024.

Important Dates



7th February, 2024

Release of Moot Proposition & Commencement of Registrations

18th February, 2024

Last Date for Submission of Registration Form

3rd March, 2024

Last Date for Seeking Clarifications

13th March, 2024

Last Date for Submission Of Soft Copy Of Written Submissions

21st March, 2024

SCC Online Training Session

21st March, 2024

Researchers’ Test & Draw of Lots

22nd and 23rd March, 2024

Preliminary & Quarter-Final Rounds

6th April, 2024

Semi-Final & Final Rounds

How to Register?

In this edition of the competition, the registration will be restricted to only 40 teams on a first come-first serve basis. Interested teams are required to register for the competition by filling out the registration form. Following is the link to the form: https://forms.gle/ETw2srnZ188gP3ce6.

Registration Fees: Teams shall make a payment of INR 4,500/- (Four Thousand & Five Hundred Only) to confirm their participation for the oral rounds. The top four teams qualifying for the physical advanced rounds of the competition shall be required to make an additional payment of INR 1500/- (One Thousand Five Hundred Rupees Only) per person for accommodation.

Please find attached herein the link for the Brochure and Moot Proposition for the Competition: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1RG_FIiBZIqDhyNupwuhOtscGBv9m20pH?usp=sharing

Contact Details

For any queries, kindly write to cnlucci@cnlu.ac.in or contact any of the following persons:

Mr. Prateek Khandelwal (Convenor): +91 9079145179

Ms. Aisha Singh (Co-Convenor): +91 7070654737

Mr. Shivendra Nath Mishra (Co-Convenor): +91 6394041896

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