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7th Government Law College International Law Summit, 2016

It gives us great pleasure to present to you the 7th Government Law College International Law Summit, organized by the Students for the Promotion of International Law (SPIL), Mumbai.

Date: 29th - 31st January, 2016

SPIL has undertaken the task of promoting International law by taking legal studies beyond textual knowledge, and the Summit is a direct result of this constant endeavour.

The Summit, aside from the key note addresses, lectures, workshops and call for papers, comprises of two novel competitions, namely the Judgment Deliberation Competition and the Treaty Appreciation Competition, which were conceived within the portals of our institution. The association with premier institutions such as the International Law Student Association, Chicago and the Indian Society of International Law, New Delhi has only added to our credentials and has ensured interest and participation from reputed law schools across the world.

The Summit will stimulate the minds of attendees through thought provoking interactions with experts and doyens of the legal fraternity. As we explore the seemingly endless territory of International Law, we hope to cater to pertinent issues of the day.

SPIL welcomes all interested persons, spanning the spectrum of students across the globe, professors and members of the legal fraternity to the Summit. The wide ranging lectures, panel discussions, and workshops will undoubtedly prove to be an enriching experience.

Theme:
SPIL, Mumbai is pleased to declare 'International Telecommunication Laws' as the theme for the 7th Government Law College International Law Summit, 2016.

Call for Papers:
All members of the legal fraternity, practitioners, professors and students are invited to present original academic works at the 7th Government Law College International Law Summit.

Submission Guidelines:
Papers shall be of a minimum length of 2000 words, the aforementioned figure not inclusive of footnotes.

Format for the Paper:

  • All papers must be typed and reproduced on a standard A4 paper. The font and size of the text must be the same and must be in Times New Roman 12-point.
  • The text of the Paper must have one and a half spacing. However, text of footnotes and headings may be single-spaced.
  • Quotations of 50 words or more shall be block quoted (i.e. right and left indented) and may be single-spaced.
  • All pages shall have margins of at least one inch, or 2.6 centimeters, on all sides, excluding page numbers.
  • All Citations must be in accordance with the Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation.

Registration:
Registrations are permitted individually or in a team of two, three or four. In case of the paper being authored by more than one individual, the names of the authors and the order of appearance must be specified.

Winning authors will be given the opportunity to present their papers during the course of the Summit. All such winning authors must register for the Summit once they have been informed of their achievement. Teams and individuals whose papers are chosen for presentation must register online for the Summit at www.spilmumbai.com or alternatively send an e-mail containing the registration form to registrations@spilmumbai.com.

A demand draft for the amount of INR 1000, drawn in favour of "SPIL Government Law College Mumbai" must be sent to the address given below, before the 1st January, 2016.

Judgment Deliberation Competition:
SPIL, Mumbai seeks the participation of Law Schools from across the world in furtherance of our initiative to bring to the legal fraternity a fresh approach to problem analysis and judgment making.

About Judgment Deliberation Competition (JDC):
A novel competition, the JDC has been inspired by the procedures of various judicial bodies and tribunals that span the spectrum of International Law. JDC brings a fresh approach to problem analysis and judgment making, requiring participants to, upon analysis of facts presented and arguments advanced, arrive at a unique judgment that is infallible in law, rational in thought, and innovative in its essence.

The competition Module will comprise a case file of a wide connotation, such that it will invite varied interpretations that not only attract established legal principles, but also encourage thought innovation that is based on legal analysis and rational thinking. The aforementioned Module for the competition, will consist of a comprehensive set of facts discovered by the judicial authority, tribunal or court, as the case may be, arguments presented by both parties, any further evidences, if any, lead by them and so forth.

Team Requirements:
Each team will consist of One Participant Judge, and One Judicial Clerk. The Participant Judge will deliver the judgment, while the judicial clerk will merely assist. The roles of Judge and Judicial clerk are interchangeable; however, this change may be affected only at commencement of the next stage of the competition. For example, if A is Participant Judge, and B is Judicial Clerk in Stage One, their roles may be reversed only upon the progression of their team to Stage Two.

  • Eligibility:
    Students of any university on a full-time or part-time basis in either a 3-year LL.B. or a 5- year integrated B.A./BBA/B.Sc/B.Com/BLS LL.B. course at the time of the competition are eligible to participate in the Competition.

  • Team Composition and Selection:
    A Team shall be composed of two members: Judge and Judicial Clerk. These roles are interchangeable only upon the commencement of a new round.

  • Outside Assistance to Teams:
    All research, writing and editing must be solely the product of Team members.

  • Use of Opposing Team's Judgment:
    No Team shall be allowed to view or otherwise become privy to any Judgment other than the respective Judgments of the opposing Teams in the course of the Competition.

  • Team Code as Identification:
    Each Team shall be assigned a Team Code. Teams shall use their Team Codes for identification purposes at all times. Names of participants shall not appear on the Judgment. Signature pages should bear only the team code.

Registration:
Each team must submit all Team members' names to registrations@spilmumbai.com by 1st November, 2015. The mail must contain the registration form sent to the Universities / College with the required details and stamp of the college / university. Alternatively, Teams may register online at www.spilmumbai.com. Such registration must be followed by a mail from the concerned authority of the University / College confirming such participation. Team members' names must be clearly typed in the mail, giving special attention to the spelling of each Team member's name. Participation Certificates will be awarded to Teams with names spelt in the manner thus provided.

Registration Fees:
The registration fee for Judgment Deliberation Competition 2016 is INR 3000 for all the invited Indian Universities / Colleges. Registration fee of USD 150 will be charged to all the Overseas Universities. The same shall be submitted through a demand draft drawn in favor of "SPIL Government Law College Mumbai" payable at "Mumbai, India" which should be submitted before 1st November, 2015 to the following address:

Mr. Aayush Kevlani
President, Students for the Promotion of International Law, Mumbai
Government Law College,
'A' Road, Churchgate,
Mumbai - 400020
Maharashtra, India

Submission of the Judgment:
All Judgment submissions must conform to the following general criteria. Teams will be penalized for failure to abide by these requirements. Ten (10) Hard Copies of the Judgment must be sent to the following address, postmarked 20th December, 2015:

Mr. Aayush Kevlani
President, Students for the Promotion of International Law, Mumbai
Government Law College,
'A' Road, Churchgate,
Mumbai - 400020
Maharashtra, India

Soft Copies must be e-mailed to spilmumbai@gmail.com on or before 20th December, 2015.

Treaty Appreciation Competition:
SPIL, Mumbai seeks the participation of Law Schools from across the world in furtherance of our initiative to bring to the legal fraternity a fresh approach to problem analysis and crisis resolution.

About Treaty Appreciation Competition (TAC):
The Treaty Appreciation Competition has been modelled on the procedures of various bodies in the International sphere entrusted with the task of evaluating and appraising the legality, consistency and rationality of treaties, codifications or other legislative documents.

Participants are expected to launch an examination of the Competition Module presented to them, which will comprise a legislation, or a codification, or amendments to the aforementioned relevant to the theme of the Summit. The participants critique the proposition therein and recommend alteration, deletion or additions. TAC aims at mobilizing a culture of innovation and problem solving. Previously, bodies such as the International Law Commission have been chosen as the forum to facilitate this competition.

  • Eligibility:
    All students of any university on a full-time or part-time basis in a 3-year LL.B. or a 5-year Integrated B.A/BBA/B.Sv/B.Com/BLS LL.B. course at the time of the competition are eligible to compete in the Competition.

  • Team Composition and Selection:
    Each team will consist of two members. Each team shall be assigned a country for the purpose of adherence to procedure. Change in team composition shall not be permitted once the names are registered with SPIL Mumbai, except at the sole discretion of the organizers.

  • Team Number as Identification:
    Team Code shall be given to each of the participating teams upon registration. Names of Participants, or Colleges or Universities must not be mentioned anywhere in the Critique

Registration:
Each Team shall submit all Team members' names to spilmumbai@gmail.com by 1st November, 2015. The mail must contain the registration form sent to the University / College with the required details and stamp of the college / university. Alternatively, Teams may register online at www.spilmumbai.com. Such online registrations must be followed by a mail from the concerned authority of the University / College confirming such participation. Team members' names must be clearly typed in the mail, giving special attention to the spelling of each Team member's name. Participation Certificates will be awarded to Teams with names spelt in the manner thus provided.

Registration Fees:
The registration fee for Treaty Appreciation Competition 2016 is INR 3000 for all the invited Indian Universities / Colleges. Registration fee of USD 150 will be charged to all the Overseas Universities. The same shall be submitted through a Demand Draft drawn in favor of "SPIL Government Law College Mumbai" payable at "Mumbai, India" which should be submitted before 1st November, 2015 to the following address:

Mr. Aayush Kevlani
President, Students for the Promotion of International Law, Mumbai
Government Law College,
'A' Road, Churchgate,
Mumbai - 400020
Maharashtra, India

Accommodation:
Accommodation will be provided for the participating teams for the duration of the competition. Teams must arrive before 12:00 hours on 29th January, 2016. A Team consists of two members. Observers and extra members will not be considered part of the team.

The participating teams will be received by the volunteers of the Organizers at their respective venues of arrival. To enable the organizers to do the same, please provide prior intimation of your travel details.

Participants are requested to kindly mail their travel details to SPIL Mumbai on spilmumbai@gmail.com on or before 18th January, 2016. Any subsequent changes made to the travel plans should also be intimated to SPIL Mumbai. Participants must provide SPIL Mumbai with one email address to facilitate vital communication. That email address shall be used for the purpose of intimating important information from time to time by SPIL Mumbai in connection with the Competition. Information communicated to that email address will be deemed to have been communicated to the Team. All communication with SPIL Mumbai must be addressed to the following email address: spilmumbai@gmail.com

Important Dates:

Last date for submission of Final Paper:

20th September, 2015

Judgment Deliberation Competition:

Last date for submitting all Team members' names & registration fee

1st November, 2015

Last date for submitting Soft Copies

20th December, 2015

Treaty Appreciation Competition:

 

Last date for submitting all Team members' names & registration fee

1st November, 2015

Contact:
Mr. Aayush Kevlani
President, Students for the Promotion of International Law (SPIL), Mumbai
Government Law College
'A' Road, Churchgate.
Mumbai - 400 020,
Maharashtra- India
Phone: +91-9167094381
Email: spilmumbai@gmail.com, spil@glcmumbai.com, president@spilmumbai.com
Website: www.spilmumbai.com

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