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Hope that this will be considered as at least a tier 5 moot.
 
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== Add Nyayavalokan by SVKM's Pravin Gandhi College of Law in MPL ==
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Hey, could you consider adding Nyayavolokan organized by SVKM's Pravin Gandhi College of Law, Mumbai which was ranked 19 in MPL 2012-2013. Also nyayavolokan is the only trial to be held after surana and surana on a national level. It was a tier 5 moot two years back but for some reason it was removed later on. Participation and judging of this trial is also on a good level, with National law schools and other prestigious college participating. MPL should really consider adding this trial in tier 5 or 4.
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Thank you

Latest revision as of 17:45, 22 August 2013

Hey.

Could you consider adding M.C Chagla organised by GLC Bombay to this list. It has a decent participation, in invite only and all the law schools send decent teams to it. The judging is also quite good with the finals being judged by a bench of sitting Bombay High Court judges and the semi-finals by some very studly senior councils from the Bombay High Court.

Hope that this will be considered as at least a tier 5 moot.

Add Nyayavalokan by SVKM's Pravin Gandhi College of Law in MPL[edit]

Hey, could you consider adding Nyayavolokan organized by SVKM's Pravin Gandhi College of Law, Mumbai which was ranked 19 in MPL 2012-2013. Also nyayavolokan is the only trial to be held after surana and surana on a national level. It was a tier 5 moot two years back but for some reason it was removed later on. Participation and judging of this trial is also on a good level, with National law schools and other prestigious college participating. MPL should really consider adding this trial in tier 5 or 4. Thank you