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Mooting Premier League: Rest of season full calendar


Want to know what is coming next in the Mooting Premier League (MPL) until the end of the season? Most of the high-scoring competitions are still left for collecting points. Read on for the full timetable of what's coming until May.

29-31 January: Philip C. Jessup, South India Rounds (Tier 3)
MM Singhvi Memorial Moot Competition, NLU Jodhpur (Tier 4)

3-7 February: GNLU International Moot Court Competition (Tier 4)
6-10 February: ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition, Paris (Tier 3)
11-13 February: KLA Moot Court Competition (Tier 4)
12-14 February: DM Harish Moot Competition (Tier 3)
Surana Corporate Moot (Tier 4)
19-21 February: NUJS Herbert Smith Corporate Law Moot Competition (Tier 4)
26-28 February: Surana International Tech Moot, Symbiosis Pune (Tier 4)

5-6 March: Red Cross Moot competition, Henry Dunant, Asia Pacific (Tier 2)
5-7 March: Amity Law school Moot competition (Tier 4)
11-14 March: Stetson world rounds, Florida (Tier 2)
15-21 March: William C Vis (East) Hong Kong (Tier 2)
17-20 March: WTO Asian rounds (Tier 3)
21-27 March: Philip C. Jessup World Round, Washington D.C. (Tier 1)
March (expected): ISRO Funding rounds of Manfred Lachs, NLS Bangalore (Tier 2)
March (expected): NLS International Arbitration (Tier 4)

25 March – 1 April: William C. Vis, Vienna (Tier 1)
13-17 April: Manfred Lachs Asia Pacific Regional rounds, Sydney (Tier 2)
April (expected): SP Sathe Memorial Moot, ILS Pune (Tier 4)

24-30  May: WTO World Finals, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (Tier 2)

The first season of Legally India's Mooting Premier League will conclude with the WTO world finals on May 30, 2010.

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