1st NALSAR - Gurcharan Singh Tulsi Memorial Criminal Law Moot Court Competition - 2012
NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad is pleased to conduct the First Edition of the NALSAR - Gurcharan Singh Tulsi Memorial Criminal Law Moot Court Competition - 2012.
Shri Gurcharan Singh Tulsi, revered father of Shri Kavi Tejpal Singh Tulsi, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India was a firm believer in the values of fair trial and professional excellence. This Moot Court Competition seeks to perpetuate the sacred memory of Shri Gurusharan Singh Tulsi and to promote the values which he cherished and practised all through his life.
Theme and Date:
The problem for the 1st NALSAR- Gurcharan Singh Tulsi Memorial Moot Court Competition, 2012 shall be based on Criminal Law. The Competition shall be held from 20th to 22nd January, 2012 at NALSAR University of Law, "Justice City", Shameerpet, Hyderabad.
Prof. M. Sridhar Acharyulu, Registrar, NALSAR University of Law, shall be the National Co-ordinator of the Moot.
Colleges must confirm participation by 10th December, 2011 by sending an email to email@example.com. Each college must ensure that the subject of the mail reads "Confirmation for the 1st NALSAR-Gurcharan Singh Tulsi Memorial Criminal Law Moot Court Competition, 2012". Any emails received after December 10, will not be considered.
In addition, the teams must send their duly filled-in Registration Form along with requisite Registration fee through Demand Draft in favour of Registrar, NALSAR University of Law payable at Hyderabad by post/courier latest by 2nd January, 2012.
Any queries/clarifications pertaining to the Competition can be sought from:
- Prof. Vijender Kumar, Faculty Advisor, Moot Court Committee, Phone No. 09848016212
- Ms. Chand Chopra, Convenor, Moot Court Committee, Phone No. 09963125226
- Ms. Chinmayi Sharma, Member, Moot Court Committee, Phone No. 09701177220
- Mr. Prajwal Gyawali, Coordinator, Travel and Hospitality, Phone No. 09000535664
Download Invitation, Moot Problem, Rules, Registration Form, Travel Plans