About Law Centre-1
Law Centre-1 was established in the year 1970 and is into its 53 rd year of service to legal education. Law Centre – I focuses on the development of the all-around personality of its students, teachers and non-teaching staff.
The Centre is also the pioneer in initiating the National Moot Court Competition in Human Rights in the year 2013 in collaboration with National Human Rights Commission (NHRC).
About the Moot
The LC-1 All Delhi (NCR) Moot Court Competition is a signature moot court competition organised by Law Centre 1 every year. It is organised especially for colleges and universities of Delhi and NCR. This is going to be the 16th Edition of the moot court competition.
Over the years, it has witnessed participation from prestigious colleges and universities of Delhi and NCR. It has had judges from the Supreme Court, various High Courts, eminent lawyers and jurists. The moot problems over the years have delved into various areas of law, putting interesting legal dilemmas and quintessential factual matrix before the participants.
This moot court aims to stimulate the faculties of critical reasoning and fine advocacy skills in the participants, which is evident from the fact that over the years, the moot has seen some very novel and erudite arguments being made by the participating teams.
The XVII LC-1 All Delhi (NCR) Moot Court Competition will be held on March 31 & April 1, 2023 in the OFFLINE MODE. The competition may see conduction in a single day or span over two days, final decision with respect to this shall be communicated to the teams well in advance.
Website can be accessed here.
Eligibility and Team Composition
All Law Colleges and the institutions imparting legal education (Both 5 year and 3 year LL.B. course) recognized by the Bar Council of India situated in Delhi NCR are eligible to participate in the competition. Each team shall consist of a minimum of two members and maximum of three members. This team composition cannot be altered under any circumstances. Every team shall consist of two speakers. Teams may have only one researcher.
Teams must confirm participation by March 10, 2023 by sending an email to email@example.com with the subject line “Confirmation for XVII All Delhi (NCR) Moot Court Competition, 2023”.
For those teams who missed the date for provisional registration, but want to and are able to register by the final date of registration, will be losing a total of 5 marks from their final score.
There shall be no registration amount.
Cash prizes will be awarded to Winners, Runner up, Best Memorial, Best Speaker and Best Researcher. All participants shall be awarded participation certificates.
Release of Moot Problem: February 15, 2023
Last date for Provisional Registration: March 1, 2023 till 11:59 PM
Last date for Final Registration: March 10, 2023 till 11:59 PM
Last date to seek Clarifications: March 5, 2023 till 11:59 PM
Release of Clarifications: March 12, 2023
Submission of Memorials: March 23, 2023 till 11:59 PM
Inaugural Ceremony, Oral Rounds & Valedictory Ceremony: March 31 & April 1, 2023
Kapil Balwani (Executive Member): +91 97024 63054
Saif Ali (Executive Member): +91 91400 98992
Aditya Chaudhary (Executive Member): +91 79911 76484
Madhulika Shrivastava (Executive Member): +91 90746 38970
Click here to access the moot documents.