Moot court is a simulated oral argument, similar to an argument made before a court. The argument lasts for specified time, during which time the attorney presents an argument and answers questions posed by the panel of judges.
Moot Court empowers law students and gives them the confidence to speak their mind on issues relating to law. Moot court enhances the skill of research and application of law.
It is not a trial: there are no witnesses and no evidence. The arguments are evaluated on the application of the law to the facts of the case.
A moot court competition simulates a court hearing (usually an appeal against a final decision), in which participants analyse a problem, research the relevant law, prepare written submissions, and present oral argument. Moot problems are typically set in areas of law that are unsettled or that have been subject to recent developments. They usually involve two grounds of appeal, argued by each side.
The IILS Moot Society aims at assisting the students of IILS, to understand the procedure relating to Moot Court and encourage them to participate in various Moot Court Competitions organized by various law schools.
a. Aayushi Agarwal
b. Himanshu Kumar Singh
c. Harshit Agarwal
d. Kaushik Ghosh
e. Abhishek Singh
NAME OF THE COLLEGE: SESHADRIPURAM LAW COLLEGE, BANGALURU.
4th NATIONAL LEVEL MOOT COURT COMPETITION, 2017
Name of the Participants:
1) MEGHANA JOSHI (B.A. LLB Semester 3)
2) ADITI AGARWAL (B.B.A. LLB Semester 3)
3) SUBHAM BANSAL (B.B.A. LLB Semester 3)
The students of IILS 3rd semester, 5 years B.A. and B.B.A. LLB participated in the 4th National Moot Court Competition, 2017 organized by Seshadripuram Law College, Bangaluru. The objective of this moot was to develop awareness about rights of the minorities about establishing educational institutions and to provide a platform for every law student to show and develop their mooting skills including memorial drafting and argument presenting. The moot problem dealt with the interference of State regarding the rights of minority based on religion or language and to establish and administer educational institution of their choice. A total number of 44 teams participated from all across the country. We qualified both the preliminary rounds and were among top 20s but only top 8 teams could qualify for the quater-finals. Though we couldnot qualify for the quaters but it was an enriching experience as we participated for the first time in the National Moot Court Competition. The rounds were judged by eminent lawyer of Karnataka High Court. The final round was adjusdicated by Hon’ble Dr. Justice Vinnet Kothari, Judge, High Court of Karnataka, Sri A.S. Ponnanna additional Advocate General, High Court of Karnataka and others. The Government Law College, Thiruvananthapuram, was declared the winners of the competition. Honurable Dr. Justice Vineet Kothari graced the valedictory function and enlightened us about importance of moot competition, how it helps the law students to develop advocating skill.
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