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Certain Moots such as World Human Rights Moot, Oxford IP Moot, Ledin Sarin Air Law Moot have Memorial Selection Rounds as qualifiers. I suggest that there should be a marking criterion for these moots wherein the teams compete with other teams for their memorial selection. Other International Moots generally do not have the cap or have a high cap for the participation of teams. Contrary to this where there is a memorial selection round, only few teams get qualified irrespective of the participation of many other Indian Teams. Kindly consider this point.--[[User:Mohit Singh|Mohit Singh]]14:09, 4 September 2011 (IST)
 
Certain Moots such as World Human Rights Moot, Oxford IP Moot, Ledin Sarin Air Law Moot have Memorial Selection Rounds as qualifiers. I suggest that there should be a marking criterion for these moots wherein the teams compete with other teams for their memorial selection. Other International Moots generally do not have the cap or have a high cap for the participation of teams. Contrary to this where there is a memorial selection round, only few teams get qualified irrespective of the participation of many other Indian Teams. Kindly consider this point.--[[User:Mohit Singh|Mohit Singh]]14:09, 4 September 2011 (IST)
  
As far as I know, ICC Trial Moot in Tier 2 has a memo elimination round, but they do not disclose the number of teams that submitted the memo. We've heard from law schools that around 10-15 teams usually submit their memos every year. The World Human Rights moot is virtually unknown and sees very little participation. Oxford IP has a memo elimination, but only around 5-7 teams submit their memos every year. IICLAM also has memo elimination where out of 19 memos that were submitted, only three were eliminated and 16 teams were allowed to participate in the moot. Leiden Sarin does not have memo elimination, but has a national qualifying round in which eight teams participated last year. Though the idea of having separate points for memo elimination is definitely good, except for ICC Trial, no other moots would be worthy candidate for this. - Prashanth
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As far as I know, ICC Trial Moot in Tier 2 has a memo elimination round, but they do not disclose the number of teams that submitted the memo. We've heard from law schools that around 10-15 teams usually submit their memos every year. The World Human Rights moot is virtually unknown and sees very little participation. Oxford IP has a memo elimination, but only around 5-7 teams submit their memos every year. IICLAM also has memo elimination where out of 19 memos that were submitted, only three were eliminated and 16 teams were allowed to participate in the moot. Leiden Sarin does not have memo elimination, but has a national qualifying round in which eight teams participated last year. Though the idea of having separate points for memo elimination is definitely good, except for ICC Trial, no other moots would be worthy candidate for this.

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