Adding more glitter to the festive season at NUJS, a University team comprising of Abhidipto Tarafder, Parva Khare, Anwesh Panda and Aastha Malhotra has emerged as the Runner Up in the fina world rounds of the NILS Business and Human Rights Law Moot Court Competition held between February 8th to 10th last week.
Along with the runner up trophy, the team also bagged the award for the Best Memorial. Parva Khare from the second year was adjudged as the Best Speaker.
Following up the grand win, another University team comprising of Adya Garg, Pranay Lekhi, Chaitanya Sundriyal, Aditya Sood, Aryan Agarwal and Ankit Pal emerged as the top 4 qualifiers to the world rounds of the 59th Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court competition from among 34 other teams from across the country. The other qualifiers included Gujurat National Law University (GNLU Gandhinagar), National Law Institute Univeristy (NLIU Bhopal) and National Law School of India University (NLSIU Bangalore).
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The Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition is the oldest and most prestigious international Moot competition in the world, attracting participants from almost 700 law schools across more than 90 countries, in recent years. The year 2018 expects a record participation from 100 countries.
Topping it all, a university team comprising of Shailja Agarwal, Utkarsh Agarwal, Anshul Dalmia and Yash Wardhan Tiwari finished as quarter finalists at 2nd Ian Fletcher International Insolvency Law Moot Competition 2018 held in Canada. They were also awarded the spirit of mooting award. Additionally, another team of Ishani Moulik, Aditi Vasani, Pragya Goyal and Parth Gala also finished as the quarterfinalist at the GIMC Moot Court Competition 2018 held at Gujarat National Law University (GNLU) this same week. GIMC is one of the foremost national moots dealing in World Trade Law.
We congratulate all the teams for their phenomenal achievements and also the Moot Court Society for this brilliant week at mooting!