Moot Courts are accepted method of teaching law. Though there being mandatory requirements of moot courts as per the Bar Council directives, the moot courts at the Law School goes beyond these mandatory requirements. The system of moot courts is three tiered. At the first level all the students are exposed compulsorily to undertake moot courts on a given case as part of their study in individual subjects.
At the second level the students are asked to compete amongst on certain specified cases to prove & establish their capabilities in research and presentation of arguments. Those who participate in these competitions are graded depending upon their performance. The third stage is participation in national and international level competitions. Students who are identified having certain capabilities of advocacy are shortlisted and then sent to different moot court competitions. Their performance at these competitive moot courts are assessed & graded for their further consideration in moot court competitions.
2nd National Labour Law Moot Court Competition, 2018
The School of Law, Raffles University in association with Surana & Surana International Attorneys, Chennai, is proud to announce the second edition of Surana & Surana and School of Law, Raffles University National Labour Law Moot Court, 2018
Last date for online registration is 5th October 2018 and last date for requesting clarification for problem is 30th September 2018.
Interested students may contact organizers for any queries regarding registration etc., at: email@example.com
For registration and more details please visit: http://www.moot.in/registration.php and select Surana & Surana & SOL Raffles University Moot Court Competition.