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Law schools organize Moot Competitions to train law students in reasoning, argument, and legal analysis. These competitions teach students to explore both sides of an argument, learn to present their conclusions coherently and improve their written and oral communication.

LSAC Global is providing this opportunity to law aspirants through the 2nd Moot Court Competition for Law Aspirants on 5th and 6th February 2022. This competition aims to provide a challenging and yet fun experience of the courtroom to law aspirants to help them develop their analytical, critical reasoning and advocacy skills without the need to have legal knowledge or any legal training. An interactive event that will provide an opportunity for participants to learn about the legal system and what it is like to be a lawyer.

The participants will be analyzing the factual matrix of the situation provided and arguing on the same.

 

Eligibility

The competition is open to all school students currently in grade 11, 12 or who are yet to be enrolled into a law school.

 

Objectives

LSAC Global is conducting this competition with the objective of improving communication skills, critical thinking skills and problem-solving abilities of law aspirants. This will help in exposing high school students to the nuances of court system in India and provide real-life experience and training in presenting relevant oral and written arguments.

Registrations

Interested students can register for the event till 25th January 2022. All participants will be required to submit a Memorial on 31st January 2022 after due training is provided to them. Preliminary rounds will be conducted on 5th February 2022 for the shortlisted students and the winners of each preliminary round will qualify for the final round on 6th  February 2022. There is no registration fee for participating in this competition.

Prize

All participants who will register, successfully submit the memorials on the due date and appear for the oral rounds on the event date will be awarded a Certificate of Participation

The winners in the rounds will receive a Certificate of Merit and a medal under each of the following categories:

  • Winner
  • Runners-up
  • Best Written Argument and Memorial
  • Best Speaker

Important Dates

Registration for Moot Competition 7th October – 25th  January 2022
Mentoring/ Training Session 27th January – 29th January 2022
Memorial Submission 31st January 2022
Allotment of Sides 02nd February 2022
Preliminary Round 05th February 2022
Final Round 06th February 2022

 

Important Links

Moot Problem

2nd LSAC-DLI-Moot-Court-Brochure

Contact Details

For more details, please visit our website.

To register for the 2nd DLI Moot Court competition click Here.

In case you have any queries, write to discoverlawindia@lsac.org.

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As a resource for students and parents, LSAC Global is hosting a series of webinars featuring top Indian and international legal education leaders.

Our first two webinars – ‘Global perspectives in Law’: India & beyond” and ‘Legal Careers: the Indian Corporate Lawyer’ were incredibly successful. We had distinguished leaders in the legal education community as panelists to share their insights & perspectives with the audience and are continuing the endeavor to encourage healthy dialogue in the community

The 3rd webinar in this series ‘The Female Lead: Impact of Women in Law’ is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. IST, Tuesday, 09 February 2021.

Register in advance for this webinar: HERE

The overarching theme of this webinar is to talk about women’s contribution to legal education & encourage the younger generation to step up to the forefront and discover careers in law. We will be covering topics like women in leadership positions, an aspirant’s journey from an academic as well as corporate perspective, and more.

The webinar will feature the following panellist’s sharing wider perspectives on the future of legal education from a global and national viewpoint :

  • Ms. Julie Sculli, Director, Executive LL.M. in Global Business Law, Columbia Law School, USA. An exceptional leader with a wealth of experience in the LL.M course design for ambitious international business lawyers.
  • Ms. Kritika Padode Bhandari, Board Member at Vijaybhoomi University and Advocate at the Supreme Court of India.
  • Ms. Nehan Sethi, an entrepreneur and lawyer practicing in Intellectual property rights and the CEO and founder of Her Forum – a widely popular forum on women in law
  • Ms. Diya Gupta, Senior Manager – Legal, an in-house counsel at AstraZeneca – a research-based biopharmaceutical company.Join us for a lively and informative discussion with an opportunity of Q&A with the panellists. You can send your questions for panellists in advance at discoverlawindia@lsac.org.
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INTRODUCTION TO MOOT COURT

Moot Court is a method of teaching law and legal skills frequently adopted in law schools. It requires students to analyse and argue both sides of a hypothetical legal issue​. The skill of Mooting enables students to think and analyse like an advocate. The students learn how to present their conclusion in a sensible and effective manner. It improves both the written and oral communication of a law student.

Know More about Moot Court visit – Redirect link to Moot Court Article

DLI MOOT COURT COMPETITION FOR LAW ASPIRANTS

LSAC Global will be hosting its first ever Moot Court Competition for Law Aspirants 2021 this year virtually.

DLI Moot Court for Law Aspirants 2021 is based on the notion of moot court with a little twist. It is aimed to provide an experience of Moot Court to prospective law students without resorting to core legal issues/arguments and assist them in developing their critical and analytical reasoning skills.

The participants will be analysing the factual matrix of the situation and arguing on the same.

OBJECTIVES

  1. To enhance critical thinking and problem-solving skills that are required in law school.
  2. To encourage students to express their thoughts on an online medium and thereby improve their communication skills.
  3. To expose High School students to the nuances of court system in India.
  4. To provide a real-life experience cum training in presenting ground-breaking arguments (oral and written).

MOOT PROBLEM

Moot Problem is a hypothetical situation which makes up for a case in the court. The Moot Problem for this competition is based on an interesting tortious situation. It is important that the participants stick to the facts provided in the moot problem while forming arguments without dealing in legal provisions.

The moot problem for the competition can be downloaded from – PDF link

REGISTRATION

There is no registration fee for participating in this competition.

Register Now – https://forms.gle/CRCMZ5QTBSTVgTHj9

EVENT

The Moot Court Competition 2021 will be held virtually on 13th and 14th February 2021.

Know more about the Process and Rules  – PDF link

ELIGIBILITY

  1. The competition is open to all school students currently in grade 11, 12 or who are yet to be enrolled into a law school.
  2. Student confident in debating and public speaking with proficient communication skills in English language, logical reasoning, and critical thinking.

PRIZE

  1. Certificate of Participation

Certificate of Participation will be awarded to all the participants who will register, successfully submit the memorials on the due date and appear for the oral rounds on the event date.

  1. Certificate of Merit

Prizes on Merit include a Medal and Certificate under each of the following categories:

  1. Winner
  2. Runners-up
  • Best Written Argument and Memorial
  1. Best Speaker

IMPORTANT DATES

Event Date
Registration End Date 5th February 2021
Mentoring/Training Session 5th to 10th February 2021
Memorial Submission 11th February 2021
Allotment of Side 12th February 2021
Preliminary Round 13th February 2021
Final Round 14th February 2021

For more details, refer MOOT COURT COMPETITION FOR LAW ASPIRANTS 2021

MOOT PROBLEM

Register HERE 
In case you have any queries, write at discoverlawindia@lsac.org.