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Mega Mooting Sunday: NLU Delhi wins Jessup North and KK Luthra; NUJS, NLS post wins at Christ Anti-trust and Rizvi moots

NLU Delhi demolished the opposition in the Jessup North India qualifying rounds and the KK Luthra Memorial Moot, while NUJS Kolkata posted its first MPL 3 win in the anti-trust moot conducted by Christ University. NLSIU Bangalore continued with its winning ways, registering yet another moot win in the Rizvi International Moot.

Jessup North Rounds

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NLU Delhi got past HNLU Raipur in the finals of the Jessup North India Qualifying Rounds.

GNLU Gandhinagar and RGNUL Patiala finished as semifinalists, and GNLU also won the best memorandum award. Aritra Roy from NLU Jodhpur won the best speaker award.

The NLU Delhi team consisted of speakers Akshay BD, Shreya Rastogi and Naman Joshi along with researchers Aayush Srivastava and Sarvatrajit Singh. Speakers Rastogi and Akshay had also taken NLU Delhi to the International rounds last year and had won the 9th and 17th best oralist awards respectively.

Akshay was elated after his second Jessup North win. “It was fantastic,” he told Legally India. “The way the events unfolded over the past two days was just simply fantastic.”

Akshay was candid about him and Rastogi wanting another bite at the Jessup cherry. “Last time, we lost out in the international rounds due to bad time management. Immediately after the rounds, we had decided that we wanted to come back. The international rounds are also fantastic.”

NLU Delhi: #WinningNLU Delhi: #Winning Akshay praised the moot organisastion and standards of judging. “Certain people on your site and outside had some complaints about judging last year… This year does not even afford an opportunity for such complaints. The moot was organised well and we had good judges.” He also noted that there were a lot of good teams and intense competition this year. “This year was tougher to the extent that we faced NUJS in the first round itself. Both teams could have made it if we hadn’t faced each other in the first round and even one of the judges commented stating this. This is bad luck which comes with the draw. However, there was really good competition and the rounds were really intense.”

When asked if NLU Delhi would have an edge over the other teams due to their speakers having participated in the moot last year, Akshay said: “We’ve seen what the standards are and we know what is expected of us. We need to know our research thoroughly without referring to anything. Another thing that we will have to work on is speaking slowly. Most Indian teams end up speaking very fast.”

Akshay said that the moot problem this year was a lot more challenging.

18 teams participated in the moot.

K K Luthra Memorial Moot

NLU Delhi also won the K K Luthra Memorial Moot, after getting past ILS Pune in the final rounds. Jindal Global Law School and Pakistan Law College, Lahore finished semifinalists.

RMLNLU Lucknow won the best memorandum award and Elizabeth from George Washington University bagged the best speaker award. As many as 62 teams from India and abroad participated in the moot.

The NLU Delhi team consisted of Aarti Bhavana, Raghav Sachdeva and Abhimanyu Yadav. Bhavana said that the team had a great learning experience. “The moot experience was wonderful. The judges were amazing in all the rounds and gave us excellent feedback. We also met many other teams and had a great time. ILS Pune was brilliant in the final rounds and it was very close.”

The moot had two preliminary rounds, after which the top 8 teams, selected on the basis of maximum number of wins and memo scores, qualified to the quarters. Bhavana said that having an octafinal round would have made things much easier. “There were around 20 teams who won 2 moots each and the top 8 out of the 20 had to be chosen based on the memo scores. If there was a Round of 16 before the quarters, then it wouldn’t have been that difficult.” The moot problem was based on murder and corporate manslaughter.

The moot was held at Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. Rajnoop Gill, a student organiser said that the moot was successfully organised with the help of Mr. Siddharth Luthra, senior counsel, Delhi High Court and Supreme Court. “There were 62 teams who had come, some of them from abroad. All the teams were put up in Delhi University itself.”

SLCU - LKS - CCI Anti-Trust Moot

Last season’s MPL runners up NUJS Kolkata registered its first win of the season after getting past NUALS Kochi in the Anti-trust moot organised by School of Law, Christ University in collaboration with Lakshmi Kumaran & Sridharan (LKS) and the Competition Commission of India (CCI). NUJS also won the best memorandum award. NLU Delhi and RGNUL Patiala finished semifinalists and NLU Delhi also bagged the best researcher award. Prakruti Joshi from GLC Mumbai won the best speaker award.

Speakers Vinayak Mehrotra & Indrajeet Sarcar along with researcher Durga Priya composed the NUJS team. Priya said that the moot competition law was an interesting area to work on. “It was a great experience and we enjoyed it throughout. Our speakers were excellent and did a great job.”

“The judges asked pertinent questions which we didn’t quite expect and were really good,” said Priya. “Unfortunately, we didn’t see NLS or Nalsar coming over for the moot, but the other teams were quite good. NUALS Kochi, our opponents in the final round, argued really well.”

On NUJS registering its first win so late this season, Priya said: “We have quite a good moot pool this year. The International moots are still yet to happen and I’m sure the teams for all the international moots will perform well.” Further, Priya acknowledged the efforts of the organising team led by Prashanth Shivadass for the brilliant hospitality.

Rizvi International Moot

NLSIU Bangalore got the better of NLIU Bhopal at the Rizvi International Moot. Team MPL has not yet received confirmation of the other results from the organisers of the moot.

A full story and the MPL 3 season standings will be updated once we receive confirmations from the organisers.

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Like +3 Object -0 Snape 23 Jan 12, 02:39
Good show by NLUD. Congrats.
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Like +1 Object -0 asd 23 Jan 12, 06:28
north rounds are idiotic - competition is in south. better idea is nationals .....
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Like +5 Object -0 @asd 23 Jan 12, 10:50  interesting
ya sure that why both the south teams got knocked out in the prelims last year and the north teams got some of the best results ever in Jessup.
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Like +1 Object -0 Lolol 23 Jan 12, 13:38
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ya sure that why both the south teams got knocked out in the prelims last year and the north teams got some of the best results ever in Jessup.


Octos and quarters with no memo citations and admittedly good speaker ranks are now some of the "best results ever", is it?

Take a hike.
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Like +3 Object -0 @Lolol 23 Jan 12, 15:28
The second and third best speaker performance ever in history of jessup. Winng the overall best applicant award. and 26th best memo ya it is. the day you achieve that talk.
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Like +0 Object -0 Lolol 23 Jan 12, 15:48
Quoting @Lolol:
The second and third best speaker performance ever in history of jessup. Winng the overall best applicant award. and 26th best memo ya it is. the day you achieve that talk.


26th best memo. Haha.

"Overall Best Applicant" is some random new award introduced last year that means nothing.

Octos and ranks 9 and 17 were a good job, well done. But to call that "one of the best ever..." is rubbish, considering that an Indian team has won it once, made semis four times, made quarters and second on the Baxter Memo awards two years ago, and multiple Indian teams make at least the octos every single year.

So, again - take a hike. Take many. Hate to break it to you, but you ain't special.
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Like +1 Object -0 Soummo Biswas 23 Jan 12, 16:13
oh gawd.. lolol .. get over it.. while i hate being sucked into this mindless arguments.. why are u so vitriolic towards others achievements.. past perfomances have been good.. but last years performance especially by a college which has not yet had a batch graduate is excellent.. and has been better than a lot of indian perfomances in the recent few years.. i hate to say this but ur making quite an lololol of urself
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Like +2 Object -0 @Lolol 23 Jan 12, 16:23
and and all that from the north round colleges the south round colleges got knocked out in prelims.

The team won like 12 years ago so stop harping on that. Last year the north ones were better and at the end of march we'll again know which are the better colleges.
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Like +0 Object -0 Soummo Biswas 23 Jan 12, 16:02
i like @[].. valid informed responses to decimate a very stupid junior from what i am guessing is one of the southie law colleges.. do u r stuff and stop making sucho grotesquely stupid comments.. allegiance to the alma mater mater is good.. but not in this perverted fashion wherein u try to get ahead by ridiculing others
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Like +0 Object -0 anon 23 Jan 12, 10:18
You haven't added points in the link for any of the wins mentioned above.
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Like +0 Object -0 kianganz 23 Jan 12, 10:47
Please see the last paragraph - we have not yet updated the rankings but will do so once we receive final confirmation of all results from Mega Mooting Sunday.
Thanks
Kian
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Like +1 Object -0 Mooter 23 Jan 12, 11:30
Dear Kian,
Could you please let us know as to what is the basic criteria of a moot being included in the MPL? Have tried to contact you guys regarding the same but have got no replies so far. I am sure there isn't any rule against retrospective addition of the moots as last season some moots were included retrospectively. Also, when moots like Sathe (a one and a half page problem) are there in the MPL, an assessment of moots with better problems and participation should be done as to include them. I am sure that would make the league much more fairer.
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Like +2 Object -0 Mooter 23 Jan 12, 11:41
NLU-D, respect.
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Like +0 Object -0 2.8 23 Jan 12, 19:31
Quoting Mooter:
NLU-D, respect.


NLU-D Mantra: Recycle & Reuse.
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Like +0 Object -0 8.2 24 Jan 12, 11:38
Quoting 2.8:
Quoting Mooter:
NLU-D, respect.


NLU-D Mantra: Recycle & Reuse.


Another mantra - the internal rounds don't matter. The team is pre-decided. No fair procedure. What a scam.
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Like +0 Object -0 X 23 Jan 12, 11:59
NSLIU lead is still too large and so the college can safely be declared winners unless someone else wins Jessup or Vienna (1% chance of that happening).
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Like +1 Object -0 Moot 23 Jan 12, 12:11
NLUD will easily be second in the MPL. They are going to Jessup whereas NLUJ is not; they are going to Oxford Price NLUJ is not and from both these places they'll at least bag 40 points each if not more considering the people participating in these teams and their track record.
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Like +1 Object -0 XX 23 Jan 12, 12:36
HAIL NLUD

RESPECT
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Like +1 Object -0 dont forget 23 Jan 12, 22:59
Quoting Moot:
NLUD will easily be second in the MPL. They are going to Jessup whereas NLUJ is not; they are going to Oxford Price NLUJ is not and from both these places they'll at least bag 40 points each if not more considering the people participating in these teams and their track record.


There is Stetson where NLUJ is going... And then Vienna where everyone is going.. So... Lets not jump to conclusions so fast...
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Like +1 Object -0 dont forget 23 Jan 12, 22:59
And Hague where NLUJ is going...
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Like +0 Object -0 NALSAR Criminal 23 Jan 12, 16:09
Any news on the NALSAR Criminal Moot?
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Like +0 Object -0 Neeta Kaplish! 24 Jan 12, 17:39
The Noojies won dude
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Like +5 Object -0 Anti Trust 23 Jan 12, 19:08  interesting
Christ did pull it off. Considering the mails we were receiving from sources I'd not like to name about how teams should not participate in this moot and how it was a bogus scam; Christ showed them off very well! It was a great experience. Second time I'm going to Christ, last being the Commonwealth moot and they have improved tremendously! Prashanth and the Organizing Committee did a splendid job which i think Durga Priya mentioned as well.
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Like +0 Object -0 mooting fever 23 Jan 12, 22:16
what has happened to nalsar this time! by no stretch of imagination can it come in the top 3 now!!
good show by Gnlu and hnlu this time!
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Like +0 Object -0 @ Antitrust 23 Jan 12, 22:17
Mails which we received as well. I think that was a reason for the turn up of only 14 teams....friends were telling me NLSIU and NALSAR did not turn up...do we sense a NLU Cartel at work ? =D lmao..point being, well done Christ..;)
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Like +2 Object -0 ahem 24 Jan 12, 03:29
NLSIU+NALSAR do not an 'NLU cartel' make.
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Like +1 Object -0 ... 25 Jan 12, 22:19
Quoting ahem:
NLSIU+NALSAR do not an 'NLU cartel' make.


Come on, everyone knows "someone" asked everyone not to participate in this moot :)Agreed, Bangalore-Hyderabad are not a cartel, but point being there were a lot of attempts to stiffle this moot!
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Like +0 Object -0 NLS 24 Jan 12, 14:08
NLS did not turn up because the moot was organized a day after the End term exams....no student would prefer to miss end term exams for christ moot..
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Like +1 Object -0 Tulsi 24 Jan 12, 00:19
NUJS won the NALSAR Criminal Law Moot. Beat GLC in the finals.
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Like +0 Object -0 Rizvi Moot 24 Jan 12, 00:48
Rizvi doesn't deserve to be in MPL. First of all, the college is not even among the top 3 law colleges in Bombay only, forget the national ranking. The "international moot" is judged by family court lawyers in Bandra. No Bombay HC lawyer worth his salt goes to Bandra to judge a moot. Only because NLS participates, doesn't make it a great moot.
There are several other moots that should be considered for MPL instead:
1. Symbiosis' B.R. Krishna IP Moot
2. Dr. Ambedkar Law College at Pondicherry (Around 25 teams participate and the moot's been happening for 20 yrs now)
3. GLC Thiruvantapuram's national moot
4. V.M. Salgaonkar's national moot

These moots have been there quite a while. Although they may not have participation from all national law schools, they are good nonetheless.
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Like +0 Object -0 Mooter 24 Jan 12, 01:59
Thank you for pointing out. Been trying to contact the admins here regarding the same. Let there be a fair discussion as to the merits of including a moot, after all the law students are the stake holders so their opinion matters. To add to the list of the moots you have given, MC Chagla should also be considered and Moots like B. Krishna and Ambedkar see participation from almost all the nationals. I wonder why there are moots like Rizvi and Raisoni but moots like Chagla and B.Krishna (one of the very few IPR moots) are being constantly ignored.
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Like +2 Object -0 @ Mooter 24 Jan 12, 11:02
Certainly M.C. Chagla should be included. Although it went national for the 1st time this year, judging was fabulous. Darius Khambatta, Iqbal Chagla and Navroz Seervai judging you in a hardcore Consti moot is quite something.
Unfortunately, it's one of the few good Consti moots left in the country, most other have converted to "IL"
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Like +0 Object -0 info pleej 24 Jan 12, 14:27
who hosts M C Chagla? details? sounds interesting.
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Like +0 Object -0 @ Mooter 24 Jan 12, 23:42
GLC Mumbai
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Like +0 Object -0 Gaurav 24 Jan 12, 14:45
M.C Chagla is hosted by GLC, Mumbai and B. Krishna IPR is hosted by Symbiosis. Both of them got participation from top national law schools and the quality of the judging and the problem was really good. However, I am inclined to believe that the only reason these moots were not included was because NLS didn't participate. So, if NUJS, NLIU, HNLU, NLUD and other nationals are participating but the mighty NLS is not, then the moot does not deserve to be in the MPL. Including a moot like Rizvi which as pointed out by someone is judged by family court lawyers is really unfortunate...and also, who participates in G.H Raisoni?
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Like +2 Object -0 concerned 24 Jan 12, 20:31
why is b krishna memorial ipr not included in the mpl? it has great competition as well as participation by a number of national law schools (nlu delhi included; who also happened to be the winners this year) can the administrators please respond to this? if not, then consider to include it retrospectively? the finals were judged by the senior joint controller of patents for chrissake!
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Like +0 Object -0 Disgusted 25 Jan 12, 09:26
Quoting concerned:
why is b krishna memorial ipr not included in the mpl? it has great competition as well as participation by a number of national law schools (nlu delhi included; who also happened to be the winners this year) can the administrators please respond to this? if not, then consider to include it retrospectively? the finals were judged by the senior joint controller of patents for chrissake!


Why don't you guys all just quit whining?
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Like +0 Object -0 Gaurav 25 Jan 12, 21:37
Because the mighty NLS didn't turn up. NUJS, NLIU, NLUD, ILS, GNLU, NUALS don't qualify a moot as good enough to be included in the MPL...
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Like +0 Object -0 Get your facts right 27 Jan 12, 12:46
NLS was there at MC Chagla. Quit making random statements.
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Like +2 Object -0 blue 24 Jan 12, 15:54
jeetega bhai jeetega..NLUD jeetega
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Like +0 Object -0 asd 24 Jan 12, 17:58
reduce mooting to the nonsense #14 does .... kaam khatam.
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Like +1 Object -0 UJ 24 Jan 12, 19:09
Congratulations to all.

Regarding MC Chagla,
I participated this year,
And by god was it tough.
The judging standards were good. Could get better though.
Iqbal Chagla is the studdest lawyer I have ever seen in person.
[Key here being 'in person']

Regarding Rizvi moot,
I'm from Mumbai and if one starts taking Rizvi seriously......
I mean come on, like come on.
Unless ofcourse, I may be wrong and they may put up a really sensational moot, but thats unlikely.
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Like +1 Object -0 abc 25 Jan 12, 19:41
NALSAR is a FINE university. They even insist their students eat in a timely manner - www.nalsar.ac.in/pdf/dress%20liquor%20and%20mess%20fine%20notice.pdf
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Like +0 Object -0 I eat on time. 27 Jan 12, 01:18
Got a problem with that? I guess while eating you are in violation of the Anti-Buggery Act and do so at random times of the day. Or are you one of those fucchas who wash their plates and clean their seniors' slime?

Ever heard of a healthy man? Or at least an attempt at being so?
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Like +0 Object -0 To Comment 13 25 Jan 12, 23:55
Regarding G.H. Raisoni, I shall tell you that it is one of the very good coming up moots and is thus there in Tier 5 in MPL. Its organizer is ISIL, the one which organizes Henry Dunant India rounds.
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Like +6 Object -0 Anti Trust 26 Jan 12, 12:33  interesting
Congratulation School of Law, Christ University!
Brilliant job done, despite all the controversies surrounding it from the very beginning! With various colleges backing out at the last moment, Prashanth Shivadass still put up a brave fight and made the show a huge success! We saw a tough panel of judges, ranging from senior partners and managing partners of law firms to High Court and Supreme Court Judges.
Apart from this, the biggest jolt came when Executive Partner of LKS, Mr. G Shivadass announced a hike in prize money from Rs. 20000 to Rs. 40000 for the winners and from Rs. 15000 to Rs. 30000 for the runners-up! For the winners of a National Moot, this has definitely got to be a GOLD MINE, for we have never seen such a highly paying Moot!
Then, lets talk about the Hospitality. Prashanth's team members showcased a high standard of hospitality, with brilliant accomodation, food and travel!
Go Christ!
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Like +0 Object -0 NLIU Bhopal 26 Jan 12, 18:01
Dude, have you not heard of NLIU Bhopal Juris Corp moot which awarded 50 grands to its winners, 10 grands each for Best memo, speaker and researcher,,,,,So, a total of 80 grands at stake.....plus, it received participation from 45 law colleges including NLS B, NALSAR NUJS NLUD .............
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Like +2 Object -0 Cycle soup waala 26 Jan 12, 19:51
and also had deplorable judging standards..
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Like +1 Object -0 Sigh 26 Jan 12, 23:19
Quoting NLIU Bhopal:
Dude, have you not heard of NLIU Bhopal Juris Corp moot which awarded 50 grands to its winners, 10 grands each for Best memo, speaker and researcher,,,,,So, a total of 80 grands at stake.....plus, it received participation from 45 law colleges including NLS B, NALSAR NUJS NLUD .............


Why the words "icluding NLS B,Nalsar, NUJS..." . Don't look down upon yourselves that much =D
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Like +2 Object -0 @ NLIU Bhopal 26 Jan 12, 23:21
When you lack judging standards, big alumni,poor networking and a developed city, the least you could do is increase your price amount =D
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Like +0 Object -0 NLIU Bhopal 27 Jan 12, 01:44
SORRY to say this, but it sounds really awkward to hear from people who did not even participate in it commenting on the judging standard at the moot.

I bet it had better judging standard as compared to majority of moots in India, in fact better than KK Luthra, GLC, GIMC and NLSIAM.....I am saying this because I have seen the judging in all these competitions,.....

So, stop bull shitting without having witnessed anything....
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Like +5 Object -0 @NLIU Bhopal 27 Jan 12, 12:33  interesting
I am sorry, but one doesn't have to participate in a moot to criticize that moot. The fact that the rules were changed just moments before announcing the results for the quarters and that the teams were asked the names of the institutions they were representing before oral rounds speaks volumes about the level of judging. We all know NLIU is going down, even your students admit it, so stop defending your sorry college.
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Like +0 Object -0 NLIU Bhopal 27 Jan 12, 19:13
Nothing much to say on your understanding of mooting..Leave it.
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Like +1 Object -0 50 grands 28 Jan 12, 22:08
Dear Dude,
I'd like to begin by stating the break down of the prize money of the Anti Trust Moot Court Competition, just for your reference ofcourse.
1. Winners receive a sum of Rs. 40000
2. Runners-up receive a sum of Rs. 30000
3. Best speaker - Rs. 5000
4. Best Memorial - Rs. 5000
5. Best Researcher - Rs. 5000

Now, if my basic arithmetic is not too off, I would say that the "stakes" of the moot is Rs. 85000. Which is not much higher than your Juris Corps moot, nevertheless the credit cannot be taken away.

Next, as per your issue with the deplorable judges, as mentioned by one of my fellow-commentators, if you have not been for the moot, how would you know the quality of the judges? Lack of judging standards? I think not. If I were to say that, I would reconsider my statement, considering Judges of the High Court and Supreme Court and Senior Partners of leading firms would definitely not account for it.

But yes, we don't understand much about mooting like you do, so leave it.
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Like +1 Object -0 adad902jeduds 28 Jan 12, 22:46
I want a world where a non-nlu moot will be uniformly appreciated!
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Like +0 Object -0 CPS 29 Jan 12, 17:05
Why isn't anyone making fun of this dude for writing 'grands'?
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Like +0 Object -0 50 grands 29 Jan 12, 21:56
@CPS: My name "50 grands" says it all!

@adad902jeduds: Unfortunately, that world will never exist. I lament the country in its present state.
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Like +0 Object -0 NLUssssssss 31 Jan 12, 03:49
@50 grands...It will be better for you to realize it soon that non-NLUs are not even worth being talked about. Give me a list of 10 extra-ordinary achievements of non-NLU colleges in the last 5-10 years....

so kido, start working on your home-work n prepare a list...see u tomorrow..
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