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NLU Delhi wins HK Red Cross moot, narrowing NLS MPL lead gap (+more)

MPL 4: The home of Indian mooting
MPL 4: The home of Indian mooting

NLU Delhi won the 2013 Red Cross Moot in Hong Kong against Australian National University, giving the young national law school 50 points in the Mooting Premier League (MPL) 4 that has been dominated by NLSIU Bangalore.

NLU Delhi speaker Dhruv Sharma also won the best orator citation, according to the NLU Delhi moot court committee, at this Tier 2 World Class moot that concluded yesterday (16 March).

The NLU Delhi team consisted of speakers Utkarsh Shrivastava and Dhruv Sharma along with researcher Natasha Aggarwal and student coach Naman Joshi.

With the win, NLU Delhi would be on 166 points in the MPL 4 sponsored by Herbert Smith Freehills; NLSIU still tops the league at 232 points.

Before updating the rankings, Team MPL is awaiting quote from winners and any other wins in Hong Kong, as well as confirming results for Leiden Sarin and Oxford IPR…

Willem C Vis (East) Hong Kong (Tier 1): Getting word that Symbiosis Pune reached the quarter finals of the Willem C Vis (East) Hong Kong moot, with Nalsar Hyderabad and NLU Jodhpur were cited honourably for best claimant and respondent memo's respectively. Keep your eyes peeled.

International law firm Herbert Smith is sponsoring the Mooting Premier League (MPL) and will contribute a prize pool of Rs 60,000 for the top three winning colleges.

Mooting Premier League 4 season standings

For more information please refer to the MPL 4 rulebook.

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