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K. K. Luthra Memorial Moot Court Competition

The 7th Competition is being held from 14th January 2011 to 16th January 2011 at the Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, Delhi, India.

Date

Time

Event

01-11-2010

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Last date for Registration of Teams

01-12-2010

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Last date for Registration of Team details

15-12-2010

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Last date for Submission of Memorials

14-01-2011

1400 Hrs

Registration of Teams at the Campus Law Centre, New Delhi

14-01-2011

1700 Hrs

Inaugural Function at the Campus Law Centre, Delhi

15-01-2011

0900 - 1030 Hrs
1100 - 1230 Hrs

Session I - Preliminary Rounds at the Campus Law Centre, Delhi

1230 - 1330 Hrs

Lunch

1330 - 1500 Hrs
1530 - 1700 Hrs

Session II - Preliminary Rounds at the Campus Law Centre, Delhi

1700 - 1800 Hrs

Tea

1800 - 1930 Hrs

Quarter Final Rounds at the Campus Law Centre, Delhi

1930 Hrs - Onwards

Dinner

16-01-2011

1100 Hrs

Semi Final Rounds at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi

1430 - 1600 Hrs

Final Round at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi

1630 Hrs

Prize Distribution at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi followed by high tea

Rules of the Competition
Each team must submit eight copies of the Written Memorial for the Petitioner and eight copies of Written Memorial for the Respondent, no later than 15th December 2010 to Dr. Gitanjali Nain Gill, Moot Court Convenor at Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, Delhi - 110007. Memorials submitted after this date will not be marked.

The names of the participants or Colleges or Universities or Law Schools shall not be mentioned anywhere on the memorial. It is the responsibility of the teams to ensure that the correct number of copies of the memorials are submitted to the Organizers and acknowledgement obtained.

Relevant Annexures and case law may be attached to the Memorial. However, no team would be allowed to pass any material to the judges while presenting their oral arguments.

Scoring Criteria
Memorial - 20 marks
Application of Facts - 10 marks
Understanding of Law and Procedure - 20 marks
Use of Authorities and Precedents - 10 marks
Response to questions and articulation - 20 marks
Advocacy skills, Court Craft and Demeanour - 20 marks

Teams with two or more wins in the Preliminary Rounds will go to the Quarter Final Rounds. If there are more than eight teams having two wins each, the teams with two wins each will be ranked according to their Memorial scores and the top eight teams so ranked will go to the Quarter Final Rounds. If after ranking of the memorial scores, teams are still tied, the teams so tied will be ranked according to their total scores (excluding memorial scores). If there are less than eight teams having two wins each, the teams having two wins each will go through to the Quarter Final Rounds. For the remaining places, the teams having less than two wins each will be ranked according to the sum of their highest scores in both the Preliminary Rounds (excluding their Memorial scores), and the top eight teams thus ranked will be sent to the Quarter Final Rounds.

Contact Details:
Any query regarding the Competition may be addressed to :

Professor J.L. Kaul,
Professor-in Charge, Campus Law Centre,
University of Delhi
Email: jawahar_kaul@yahoo.co.in

Dr. Gitanjali Nain Gill,
Convenor, Moot Court Soicety, Campus Law Centre,
University of Delhi
Email: gnaingill@gmail.com, mcs.clc@gmail.com

Website: http://kkluthramoot.org
Email: kkluthramootcourt@gmail.com, info@kkluthramoot.org

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