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* 23 Aug 2011 Version 3.01 created, copied from MPL 2.
* 23 Aug 2011 Version 3.01 created, copied from MPL 2.
* 30 Aug 2011 Version 3.02 created incorporating floated additions,
* 30 Aug 2011 Version 3.02 created incorporating floated additions, moot removed, Oxford media tentatively included in Tier 2.
Revision as of 00:19, 31 August 2011
Total number of Moots – 54 | Tier 1 – 4 Moots | Tier 2 - 5 Moots | Tier 3 - 8 Moots | Tier 4 - 13 Moots | Tier 5 - 24 Moots|
Tier 1 - Global Championships
These include the world finals most prestigious moot court competitions in the world and other world contests involving rigorous competition and wide participation.
Total number of moots in this tier: 4
- Manfred Lachs Space Moot, World Finals
- Philip C. Jessup, Washington
- Willem C. Vis (East), Hong Kong
- Willem C. Vis, Vienna
Tier 2 - World Class
These are the widely recognised international mooting events where a substantial number of Indian teams participate. These moots enjoy worldwide reputation among law students.
Total number of moots in this tier: 5
- ICC Trial Moot, The Hague
- Manfred Lachs Space Moot, Asia-Pacific rounds
- Oxford Media Law Moot
- Red Cross Moot
- Stetson World Rounds
Tier 3 - Elite Class
These mooting events are the best of the elite national contests and some of them are the gateway to the Global Championships/World-class moots in the above tiers.
Total number of moots in this tier: 8
- Bar Council of India International Law Moot Court Competition
- DM Harish Moot, GLC
- Henry Dunant Moot (India qualification rounds to Red Cross Moot)
- Oxford Media Law Moot (National Qualifiers)
- Philip C. Jessup North India Rounds
- Philip C. Jessup South India Rounds
- Stetson North India Rounds
- Stetson South India Rounds
Tier 4 - National Challengers
Most of the contests in this Tier see participation from the top Indian Law Schools. A large number of them have also carved a niche for themselves in the national mooting scene.
Total number of moots in this tier: 13
- Amity Moot Court Competition
- ELSA WTO Moot
- GNLU International Moot
- IICLAM Moot
- ISRO Manfred Lachs funding rounds
- KK Luthra Criminal Law Moot, Delhi
- KLA Moot, Kerala
- Nani Palkhiwala Tax Moot, GLC
- NLS International Arbitration
- NUJS Herbert Smith Corporate Moot
- Raj Anand Moot Court Competition
- Surana Corporate Moot
- Surana International Technology Moot
Tier 5 - Best of the Rest
A varied tier that includes good domestic competitions that a range of Indian law schools take part, as well as prestigious international competitions that see only little Indian law school participation.
Total number of moots in this tier: 24
Total number of moots: 15
- Fiat Justitia National Moot Court Competition
- GH Raisoni Moot
- Justice Hidayatullah Memorial Moot
- NFCG-Nalsar Moot on Corporate Governance
- Nalsar BR Sawhney Moot
- NLIU Juris Corp Moot Court Competition
- NLU Antitrust Moot
- NLU Delhi All India Corporate Moot
- Pro Bono Enviro Moot SOEL Chennai
- Rizvi Moot
- SLCU National Moot Court Competition
- Surana & Surana International Minority Rights Moot
- Surana Trial Advocacy Moot, North India round
- Surana Trial Advocacy Moot, South India round
- ULC Bangalore Moot
These moots are internationally prestigious but only currently see limited participation from Indian teams, and are therefore counted on par with Tier 5 moots. This recognises that winning such a competition is noteworthy but that it would be unfair to disadvantage colleges that could not afford to attend these. Around 3-5 Indian teams participate in these moots.
Total number of moots: 9
- ELSA WTO Asian rounds
- Foreign Direct Investment International Moot Competition, California
- Frankfurt Investment Arbitration Moot Court Competition
- ICC Moot, Paris
- John Marshall Law School International Moot Court Competition in Information Technology and Privacy Law, Chicago
- Law Asia International Moot
- Leiden-Sarin Air Law Moot
- Maritime International Arbitration Moot
- Oxford IPR Moot
Note: In future, if any other Moot is found to be satisfying the criteria of a given Tier, the Moot shall be included in that Tier. Also, if any of the Moots in the List warrant a change in the Tier due valid reasons, the changes shall be made.
|Category/Tiers||Tier 1 - Global Championships||Tier 2 - World Class||Tier 3 - Elite Class||Tier 4 - National Challengers||Tier 5 - Best of the Rest|
|Best team||40 points||30 points||20 points||15 points||10 points|
|Runners-up||35 points||25 points||10 points||8 points||5 points|
|Best Orator / Memorial / Researcher||30 points each||20 points each||10 points each||8 points each||5 points each|
|Semi finalists||25 points||15 points||5 points||4 points||3 points|
|Quarter Finalists||20 points*||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Octa Finalists||15 points*||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Honourable Mention/Other equivalent awards||10 points||5 points||N/A||N/A||Int'l Moots: 3 points|
|Number of competitions||4||4||8||13||22|
|Total possible points for winners||160||120||160||195||220|
|Total points for runners-up||140||100||80||120||110|
- *Points for Quarter Finalists and Octa Finalists shall not apply to the Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot- World Finals
- 23 Aug 2011 Version 3.01 created, copied from MPL 2.
- 30 Aug 2011 Version 3.02 created incorporating floated additions, S.P. Sathe moot removed, Oxford media tentatively included in Tier 2.