HRSPM’s Sarsenapati Hambirrao Mohite Law College National Online Moot Court Competition [March 11-13, Cash Prize Worth Rs. 28K, Trophy, Internship Opportunity]: Register by March 3

HRSPM’s Sarsenapati Hambirrao Mohite Law College is organising a National Online Moot Court Competition from 11th March to 13th March 2022.

About the Organisation

HRSPM’s Sarsenapati Hambirrao Mohite Law College, Rajgurunagar (Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University, approved by bar council of India) is pleased to announce National Online Moot Court Competition, 2022 with knowledge partners Ochre (India).

About the Moot Court Competition

The Surrogacy Law Online Moot Court Competition is scheduled to be held online from HRSPM’s Sarsenapati Hambirrao Mohite Law College, Rajgurunagar.

Theme: Conflict between Surrogacy Laws and Human Rights

Date: 11th March 2022 to 13th March 2022

Registrations Details

Your esteemed university/Institute can provisionally register for the competition by sending an email to shmlawevents@gmail.com stating your interest to register by filling up an online form.

Registration Link: https://forms.gle/RNtNcEJWQcwdrQuQ9

Please note that registration is on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Participation is limited to 50 teams only.

Only after the provisional registration has been confirmed, Participants can pay the registration amount of Rs. 2100/- via NEFT/GooglePay/Paytm. Account details shall be provided at the registered email address.

Please note that the teams must fill in the registration form and make the payment before 5th March 2022, latest.

Eligibility

Only undergraduate students (LLB 3 years/ 5 years) of any recognized law college in the country are eligible to participate in the competition.

Important Dates

Last date for registration 05/03/20222
Last date to seek clarification 07/03/2022
Last date of submission (Soft Copies of Memorial) 09/03/2022
Oral Rounds 11/03/2022 – 13/03/2022

Participation and Registration Procedure

Maximum 3 teams from an institution are eligible for participation in the National Online Moot Court Competition – 2022.

Teams must register by 05.03.2022 by filling up the registration form.

Each Team must send a soft copy of the memorials, in .pdf format only, for evaluation by 09.03.2022 to shmlawevents@gmail.com with the subject“Memorials for National Moot Court Competition- (Team Code)”

The file should be named NMCC_ (Team Code)

No extensions will be granted with respect to this deadline.

Participation fees for National Moot Court Competition are Rs. 2100/(Two Thousand One Hundred only) per team, including registration and participation. The participating teams must register and pay online through the account details sent to them on the registered email address.

A screenshot of the registration form and payment receipt should be sent to shmlawevents@gmail.com

Note: It is a paperless moot court competition therefore, participants need not send hard copies to the organizers.

Awards and Certificates

All participants shall get participation certificates & shall get a 50% discount for paper publication in a peer-reviewed journal

The competition embraces the following awards:

Best Team: Certificate + Rs. 10,000 (Ten Thousand) Prize money + Trophy + Gift Hamper + Internship Opportunity + Free Publication in Peer-Reviewed Journal
Runner up Team: Certificate + Rs. 7,000 (Five Thousand) Prize money + Trophy + Internship Opportunity
Best Speaker: Certificate + Rs. 5,000 (Five Thousand) Prize money + Trophy + Internship Opportunity
Best Researcher: Certificate + Rs. 3,000 (Three Thousand) Prize money + Trophy
Best Memorial: Certificate+Rs. 3,000 (Three Thousand) Prize money + Trophy

Contact Information

For any queries contact at: +91 9967072207/+91 7400411044

You can also write at: shmlawevents@gmail.com

Faculty co-ordinators:

  • Mr. Kiran Kale: +91 9911383122
  • Mrs. Neelima Phokmare: +91 7057397891

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