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{{MPL box}}The MPL tracks the progress of Indian law schools over more than 30 national and international moot court competitions. The [[MPL 4]] is currently in progress, sponsored by [[Herbert Smith Freehills]].
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==History==
 
The ''Legally India'' Mooting Premier League (MPL) was started in 2009 by [[Legally India]] and [[GNLU Gandhinagar]] final year student Vinay Mishra.
 
The ''Legally India'' Mooting Premier League (MPL) was started in 2009 by [[Legally India]] and [[GNLU Gandhinagar]] final year student Vinay Mishra.
  
The MPL tracks the progress of Indian law schools over more than 30 national and international moot court competitions.
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The winner of the [[Mooting Premier League 2009-10|2009-10 MPL]] sponsored by [[Clifford Chance]] was [[Nalsar Hyderabad]], followed by [[NLSIU Bangalore]] and [[NUJS  Kolkata]].
  
The [http://www.legallyindia.com/20100610948/Mooting/mpl-2009-10-nalsar-ites-are-best-indian-mooters-share-rs-15-lakh-prizes-with-7-runners-up winners of the 2009-10 MPL] were Nalsar Hyderabad, followed by NLSIU Bangalore and NUJS Kolkata.
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The [[MPL 2|second season of the MPL]], sponsored by [[Allen & Overy]], started in September 2010 and was won by Nalsar again, followed by the [[MPL 3|third MPL season]] in 2011 where NLSIU Bangalore finished in the top spot.
  
== 2010-11 MPL moot court competitions ==
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The [[MPL 4]], sponsored by [[Herbert Smith Freehills]], was won by NLSIU Bangalore in 2013.
  
The 2010-11 academic year MPL will include more moots than last year and proposes to introduce a tier 5 moot category.
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The [[MPL 5]], which is also sponsored by [[Herbert Smith Freehills]], is currently underway.
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==
 
* [[Indian law schools]]
 
* [[Indian law schools]]
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The MPL tracks the progress of Indian law schools over more than 30 national and international moot court competitions. The MPL 4 is currently in progress, sponsored by Herbert Smith Freehills.

History[edit]

The Legally India Mooting Premier League (MPL) was started in 2009 by Legally India and GNLU Gandhinagar final year student Vinay Mishra.

The winner of the 2009-10 MPL sponsored by Clifford Chance was Nalsar Hyderabad, followed by NLSIU Bangalore and NUJS Kolkata.

The second season of the MPL, sponsored by Allen & Overy, started in September 2010 and was won by Nalsar again, followed by the third MPL season in 2011 where NLSIU Bangalore finished in the top spot.

The MPL 4, sponsored by Herbert Smith Freehills, was won by NLSIU Bangalore in 2013.

The MPL 5, which is also sponsored by Herbert Smith Freehills, is currently underway.

See also[edit]