School of Law,Christ University National Moot Court Competition

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The School of Law, Christ University National Moot Court Competition is the Annual National Moot Court Competition held by the School of Law, Christ University ,(SLCU) Bangalore.SLCU is organising the second edition of its National Moot Court Competition between 8th and 11th September, 2011.


The School of Law is a part of Christ University, Bengaluru. The parent university, a premier educational institution, was declared a deemed to be University, under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956, in the year 2008. Since its inception SLCU has participated in various Moot Court Competitions and has steadily made its presence felt in the mooting arena as well as the legal fraternity.



Dates of moot[edit]

8-11 September 2011

2011 Problem and Rule Book[edit]

The problem for the 2011 has been designed to understand the various aspects of constitutional law in the light of several current events pertaining to the on-going battle with corruption.

2011 Moot Problem

Rule Book

2010 SLCU National Moot Court[edit]

The first edition of the School of Law Christ University National Moot Court Competition was a great success with a high level of attendance of participants as well as a display of active interest from India’s legal field and its legal luminaries. A total number of 27 teams participated in the Competition.

The competition saw a high quality of participants and judges and resulted in an enticing final round between KLE Law College and School of Excellence, Chennai, where the judges were impressed with the quality of the teams represented in the final round.

The Institution’s Infrastructure was appreciated by all Judges and Participants. School of Law, Christ University impressed in the fields of organizational skills, potential talent for the legal field as well as in its ability to ensure a good quality competition.

The competition was inaugurated by His Excellency Sri. H.R. Bharadwaj, Governor of Karnataka and Sri. Ashok Haranahalli, Advocate General, Karnataka High Court. The Competition was concluded by then Union Law and Justice Minister Sri Veerappa Moily, Sri. Oscar Fernandes and was judged by legal luminaries like Sri. Shanti Bhushan and Sri.Uday Holla.

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