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=='''Organising Committee'''==
 
=='''Organising Committee'''==
 
The Competition has been organised by the Moot Court Association[http://mcaglc.org/] of [[Government Law College, Mumbai]] in collaboration with the D. M. Harish Foundation, a Trust instituted in memory of one of India’s most eminent jurist, the Late Mr. D. M. Harish for the past eleven years.
 
The Competition has been organised by the Moot Court Association[http://mcaglc.org/] of [[Government Law College, Mumbai]] in collaboration with the D. M. Harish Foundation, a Trust instituted in memory of one of India’s most eminent jurist, the Late Mr. D. M. Harish for the past eleven years.
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==== '''Government Law College, Mumbai''' ====
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Established in 1855, the [[Government Law College, Mumbai]] enjoys the distinction of being one of Asia’s oldest and most distinguished law schools. The year 2011 marks the 156th anniversary of [[Government Law College, Mumbai]]. With a heritage spanning a century and a half, this pioneering legal institution is older than the [[University of Mumbai]] and the [[Bombay High Court]] itself. Generations of distinguished legal luminaries who have made a seminal contribution to the Indian legal system form a part of its veritable alumni.
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Mr. [[Harilal Kania]] [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H._J._Kania], the first Chief Justice of India, Mr. [[M.C. Chagla]], the first Indian Chief Justice of the [[Bombay High Court]], [[M. C. Setalvad]], the first Attorney General of India, former Chief Justices of India, Mr. [[P. N. Bhagwati]] and Mr. [[S. P. Bharucha]] and Hon’ble Justice [[S.H. Kapadia]], current Chief Justice of India all began their careers from the Government Law College. Legal luminaries like Mr. [[Nani Palkhivala]], Mr. [[Soli Sorabjee]], Mr. [[Fali Nariman]], Mr. [[T. R. Andhyarujina]], Mr. [[Anil Divan]] [http://people.forbes.com/profile/anil-diwan/55625] and Mr. [[Goolam Vahanvati]] and even the Hon’ble President of India, Her Excellency, Ms [[Pratibha Patil]] form a part of its enviable alumni.  Their contribution to the constitutional and jurisprudential growth of India is unparalleled.
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The [[Government Law College, Mumbai]], believes in bringing together perspectives from across the spectrum, to equip its students with a holistic understanding and substantive view on contemporary concerns. The college has achieved a perfect blend of theoretical knowledge keeping in view its long standing culture and tradition as well as several extra-curricular and co-curricular activities, including moot courts that provide its law students with an insight into the current legal scenario and the burning issues of our time.
  
 
==== '''Moot Court Association''' ====
 
==== '''Moot Court Association''' ====

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