NLU Antitrust Moot Court Competition

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National Law University, Jodhpur in association with Competition Commission of India and sponsored by Lakshmi Kumaran & Sridharan organises NLU Antitrust Moot Court Competition.

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Organisers[edit]

National Law University, Jodhpur in association with Amarchand and Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff & Co., knowledge partner LexisNexis and Competition Commission of India.

Contact[edit]

  • antitrustnlumoot@gmail.com
  • mootcourt@nlujodhpur.ac.in

Location[edit]

National Law University, Jodhpur

Dates of moot in 2010-11[edit]

17th to the 20th of February, 2011[1]

Moot problem in 2010-11[edit]

Released on 3 December, 2010. Anyone who requires a copy of the Proposition and Rules may send an e-mail to the organizers for the same.

Prizes[edit]

  • Winners Rs. 20,000
  • Runners up Rs. 15,000
  • Best Memorial Rs. 9,000
  • Second Best Memorial Rs. 5,000
  • Best Student Advocate Rs. 6000
  • Second Best Student Advocate Rs. 3000
  • Best Student Advocate in the Finals Rs. 1500

Previous winners[edit]

Nalsar University of Law, Hyderabad (Winners, Best Memorial, Best Speaker, Best Speaker in the Finals)

External Link[edit]

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