Amity Law School, Noida, India is organizing the 2nd Amity International Moot Court Competition from 10 – 12 October, 2012. An international legal event that promises to be one of the most interesting in the Indian subcontinent. Efforts are being made for a live webcast/telecast of the competition which would ensure a truly global viewership.
We hope to make this event a grand success and ensure that this competition sets a very high benchmark that other law colleges across the subcontinent would want to emulate.
Deadline: 5 September, 2012
- 6 August 2012: Release of the Moot Problem & Rules.
- 5 September 2012: Last date of confirmation of college participation.
- 20 September 2012: Late date to seek clarifications regarding moot problem.
- 22 September 2012: Last date to issue clarifications (if any) on the official blog.
- 1 October 2012: Last date for submission of soft copy of memorials.
- 10 – 12 October 2012: 2nd Amity International Moot Court Competition
Moot Problem Summary
International law is the set of rules generally regarded and accepted as binding in relations between states and nations. It serves as the indispensable framework for the practice of stable and organized international relations. The ever expanding interest in International law among jurists, legal scholars and policy makers is remarkable. Law students in today’s global arena need to be well versed about International law. The problem is designed to test the students on their legal acumen and the practical application of their knowledge of International Law through a healthy and fair competition.
- Participation must be confirmed through an email on mcs [dot] alsnoida [at] gmail [dot] com, by 5thSeptember, 2012.
- For Indian teams and for teams participating from SAARC Countries the registration fees shall be INR 3000 through demand draft in favour of “ Amity University, Uttar Pradesh” by 5th September, 2012.
- All other Teams shall pay US $150 or 100 Euros as registration fee.
- The participating teams are required to send a demand draft of the registration fees along with the duly filled registration form.