B.M. Sreenivasaiah Memorial

About the Institution:

B.M.S. College of Law was established in the year 1963 by Sri. B.S. Narayan, Donor Trustee, BMSET, under the aegis of B.M. Sreenivasaiah Educational Trust. The Trust is named after Dharmaprakasha Rajakaryaprasaktha Sri. B.M. Sreenivasaiah, whose vision laid the foundation for the first private Engineering College in the State of Karnataka. The institution is affiliated with Karnataka State Law University, Hubballi and is approved by the Bar Council of India, New Delhi. The college offers B.A.LL.B., B.Com. LL.B., B.B.A.LL.B (5-Year Degree) and L.L.B., (3-Year Degree) Courses. The Institution is accredited with B++ Ranking by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).

With an aim of imparting quality legal education, B.M.S. College of Law has a strong foundation and infrastructure with a highly qualified and dedicated team of faculty committed to providing a world-class learning experience. Eminent Alumni of the Institution form a strong professional network and work tirelessly to contribute back to the Institution. Apart from imparting legal education through the regular prescribed syllabus, the college is endeavouring to promote legal awareness, particularly about contemporary issues including intellectual property rights, consumer welfare schemes, and women’s rights among the general public through the activities undertaken by various cells and committees including National Moot Court Competition and other academic activities. The college also regularly organises legal awareness programs, public lectures, walkathons, cleanliness drives, charity drives and other community-based extension activities

About the Competition:

It gives us immense pleasure to invite your prestigious institution to the B.M. Sreenivasaiah Memorial 9th National Moot Court Competition scheduled from 12 to 14 July 2024 at B.M.S. College of Law, Bengaluru. This year’s competition promises to attract an ambitious and highly talented pool of law students and other members of the Legal Fraternity.  The Moot proposition tackles the nuanced area of Overseas Citizenship of India and related implications.

The B.M. Sreenivasaiah Memorial 9th National Moot Court Competition is conducted in collaboration with SCC Online as the exclusive “Knowledge Partner”, EBC Learning as “Skills Partner” and SCC Times as “Media Partner” . The participants of the event will have the opportunity to interact and network with legal luminaries across the Country and in turn, contribute to the reputation and excellence of your institution. The unique structure of the event provides an opportunity for your students to interact with peers from various Law colleges of high repute.

The Winners of the B. M. Sreenivasaiah Memorial 9th National Moot Court Competition will receive a cash price of ₹35,000 along with a Trophy, Certificate, and 3 one year subscription to SCC Online Web Edition Platinum Academic worth ₹88,500. The Runner-up of the B.M. Sreenivasaiah Memorial 9th National Moot Court Competition will receive a cash prize of ₹30,000 along with a Trophy, Certificate, and 3 one-year subscriptions to EBC Learning worth ₹43,500.00 Apart from this various other prizes are awaiting the participants.

Please note the last date for provisional registration is on 10 June 2024. Final registration will conclude by 15 June 2024. For any further queries please contact the following.

Ms. Sahana Florence, Faculty Co-ordinator: +91-8088240216

Smt. Raniyal Niyada P, Member, Moot Court Society:+91-9567640275

Suteja Kulkarni, Student Co-ordinator: +91-9742123974

Jagadish R, Student Co-ordinator: +91-9380415414

For more information click here: https://linktr.ee/bmscl_moot_court_society

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