1st Dr. TMA Pai International Technology Arbitration Moot Competition 2024: A Platform for Tech Law Enthusiasts
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Posted on   2024-01-06
Tiger Circle Road, Madhav Nagar, Manipal, Karnataka 576104,Manipal, Karnataka, India

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Are you a law student with a passion for technology and a desire to excel in the field of dispute resolution? Look no further! Manipal Law School (MLS), Bengaluru is proud to announce the first edition of the Dr. TMA Pai International Technology Arbitration Moot Competition 2024. This prestigious event, scheduled to take place on March 30th - 31st, 2024, offers a unique opportunity for law students to showcase their skills in the domain of technology law and arbitration.

About Manipal Law School

Manipal Law School, MAHE Bengaluru, has established itself as a leading institution for aspiring legal professionals, particularly in the field of Technology Law. The school is committed to providing students with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in this rapidly evolving area of law.

With a focus on Data Privacy and Cyber Law, as well as Information Technology Law, Manipal Law School's Centre for Post-Graduate Legal Studies offers innovative Master of Law (LLM) programs. These programs are designed to equip students with the expertise required to navigate the complex legal landscape of today and the future.

The Significance of Technology and Arbitration

In an era of unprecedented technological advancements, the boundaries of dispute resolution have expanded. The intersection of law and technology has become increasingly important, demanding a new set of skills from legal professionals. The Dr. TMA Pai International Technology Arbitration Moot Competition 2024 aims to explore and navigate the intricacies of Tech Arbitration, where legal minds must grapple with substantive legal issues while also addressing cybersecurity, data protection, and the admissibility of electronic evidence.

Eligibility Criteria and Team Composition

The competition is open to all students of law schools in India and abroad who are pursuing three-year or five-year integrated courses, such as BA LLB, BBA LLB, B.Com LLB, or any equivalent degree. Each participating team must consist of three members, including two speakers and one researcher. Please note that only 16 teams will be registered for the competition, so be sure to secure your spot early.

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