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Nalsar battles into last 16 of Jessup Moot world cup, facing Oxford in Washington [UPDATE: India out of Jessup]

MPL 5: Where Indian mooting matters
MPL 5: Where Indian mooting matters

Authoritative sources have confirmed that Nalsar Hyderabad is the only Indian team remaining in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition.

Nalsar is facing Oxford University in the octa-finals of the competition, out of more than 550 participating teams.

The team consists of third year students Debarpan Ghosh, Chinmayi Sharma and Ravishankar Krishnan, and second year student Srimukundan Narayanaswamy.

Update: India (and therefore Nalsar) is out of the quarter finals, according to Jessup’s Facebook page.

The finals are set to take place tomorrow, US time (Saturday 12 April).

NLU Delhi and NUJS Kolkata qualified for the Jessup from North India, while Nalsar qualified alongside NLSIU Bangalore in the South India qualifiers early this year.

NLSIU Bangalore won the Jessup last year.

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