NLSIU International Arbitration Moot Court

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This Moot endeavours to promote advocacy skills of undergraduate students in two crucial areas of Law - Arbitration Law, which is one of the most important forms of international dispute resolution; and Commercial Law, which is essential to the armoury of any budding lawyer. We seek to achieve this by introducing students of law to the practice of arbitration. By arguing before an Arbitral Tribunal, they learn not only the conduct of arbitration proceedings, but also get acquainted with the merits of arbitration as a means of dispute-resolution. To this end, we attempt to provide these students an exposure to the best possible institutions in the field.

Since its inception 4 years ago, the moot has grown rapidly, setting new standards in terms of the complexity of issues involved, the quality of teams, and most importantly, in terms of the expert arbitrators, who are drawn from the best of the academia, bar and bench including a former Chief Justice of India as well as sitting judges of various High Courts. Last year in 2011, 28 colleges participated in the competition.


NLSIU Bangalore



Dates of moot in 2011-12

5th to 8th of April 2012

Moot problem in 2011-12


  • Last date for Registration- 1st of February 2012
  • Memo Submission- 15 March 2012
  • Oral Rounds- 5th to 8th of April 2012

Previous winners

NUJS swept the first three editions of the moot. However, this year Jindal Global Law School won the competition, with NLU Delhi winning the best memorial award and Mr. Aayog Doshi from GNLU winning the best-speaker award. The winning team was awarded Rs. 20,000 and the runners-up Rs. 15,000. Best memorial and speaker were awarded Rs. 7,500 each.

Other detail and information are available at NLSIAM website

NLSIAM Conference

This year, to further an interaction between all present, the NLSIAM Conference will help provide a forum for exchange of ideas in an informal setting. Alongside, the Conference will allow for legal professionals to give voice to their opinions on contemporary issues, and engage with others to develop a coherent response to these problems. Url:

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