Shri Dattopant Thengadi Memorial National Moot Court Competition 2024: An Opportunity for Legal Excellence
Moot Court Competitions
Posted on   2023-11-22
Amity University Madhya Pradesh, Gwalior,Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India

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Are you a law student looking to enhance your research and argumentative skills? Do you aspire to compete at a national level and receive recognition for your legal prowess? Look no further! The prestigious Amity Law School, Amity University Madhya Pradesh, is organizing the Shri Dattopant Thengadi Memorial 7th AUMP National Moot Court Competition 2024. This event offers a unique platform for law students to showcase their abilities and learn from esteemed judges and advocates in the field of Criminal & Corporate Laws.

About Amity Law School

Established in 2011, Amity Law School, Amity University Madhya Pradesh, is renowned for its comprehensive law programs. The school offers two integrated 5-year undergraduate courses (B.A LL.B, BBA LL.B.), LLB (Hons) (3 Years), LL.M. (One Year), and Ph.D. programs in law-related subjects. With a focus on holistic legal education, Amity Law School nurtures students to become well-rounded legal professionals.

The Moot Court Competition

The Shri Dattopant Thengadi Memorial National Moot Court Competition is a highly anticipated event that aims to challenge participants with contemporary and developing aspects of law. The competition provides a platform for law students from recognized institutions across India to present premier-level arguments and enhance their research and argumentative skills. The esteemed panel of judges, including sitting or retired Hon'ble Justices and renowned advocates, ensures a comprehensive learning experience for all participants.

Event Details

  1. Date: January 12-13, 2024
  2. Mode: Offline
  3. Venue: Amity University Madhya Pradesh, Gwalior

Eligibility Criteria

To participate in the competition, students must be pursuing either an integrated 5-year or 3-year Law Program in India from an institution recognized by the Bar Council of India. This ensures that only "bona fide" law students have the opportunity to showcase their legal acumen.

General Rules

To maintain fairness and professionalism throughout the competition, the following rules have been established:

  1. The official language for the competition is English.
  2. Each team must consist of a minimum of two (2) members and a maximum of three (3) members.
  3. Teams with two members will have two speakers, while teams with three members will have two speakers and one researcher.
  4. The final results and winners will be announced during the Valedictory Ceremony.

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