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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.
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The Competition is 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.
  
 
==== '''Moot Court Association''' ====
 
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== '''About The Moot''' ==
 
== '''About The Moot''' ==
[[DM Harish Memorial Government Law College International Moot Court Competition|DM Harish Memorial International Moot Court Competition]] has emerged as the most prestigious mooting competition of its kind in India and has played an important role in the promotion of mooting in the country by providing a platform for law students to hone their advocacy skills.
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The Government Law College has been hosting the D. M. Harish Memorial Government Law College International Moot Court Competition[[http://mcaglc.org/dmh.html]] for the past eleven years. It has emerged as the most prestigious mooting competition of its kind in India and has played an important role in the promotion of mooting in the country by providing a platform for law students to hone their advocacy skills.
DMH is India's first International Moot Court Competition and was started in 2000 as a National Moot Court Competition. However, it has been open to international entrants since 2006. It has witnessed diverse participation of Law Schools from across countries like United Kingdom, United States of America, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Mauritius, Spain, Greece, Ireland, Australia, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Singapore and Jamaica.
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DMH is India's first International Moot Court Competition and was started in 2000 as a National Moot Court Competition. However, it has been open to international entrants since 2006. In a short span of six years, the moot has witnessed diverse participation of Law Schools from across countries like United Kingdom, United States of America, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Mauritius, Spain, Greece, Ireland, Australia, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Singapore and Jamaica.
 
The case study of the competition deals primarily with complex contemporary issues relating to [[Public International Law]] that is submitted before the [[International Court of Justice]] (ICJ) and has been drafted by experts in the field. The teams are required to be well-versed with the basic principles of international law, international institutions and procedures. In addition, students are required to have an extraordinary grasp of international case laws, as well as current events. The previous years have witnessed participants with nearly encyclopedic knowledge of pertinent cases as well as secondary materials by leading international law scholars.
 
The case study of the competition deals primarily with complex contemporary issues relating to [[Public International Law]] that is submitted before the [[International Court of Justice]] (ICJ) and has been drafted by experts in the field. The teams are required to be well-versed with the basic principles of international law, international institutions and procedures. In addition, students are required to have an extraordinary grasp of international case laws, as well as current events. The previous years have witnessed participants with nearly encyclopedic knowledge of pertinent cases as well as secondary materials by leading international law scholars.
  

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