1st National Moot Court Competition on International Taxation Law

Sakshi Kansal

23 March 2017 6:33 AM GMT

  • 1st National Moot Court Competition on International Taxation Law
    SVKM’s NMIMS School of Law presents its 1st edition of National Moot Court Competition from 24th to 26th March, 2017. The first edition is in itself going to be grand; 30 teams from all around the country are participating. The competition would be judged by various dignitaries including Supreme Court Judge, Senior Advocates, and Managing Partners of top law firms in India.

    NMIMS School of Law is amongst the few colleges in India to organize a Moot on International Taxation. The core objective of the Moot Court Competition is promoting proficiency in the field of International Taxation Law. International Taxation Law has emerged as a significant field of law considering increased globalization of trade and investment, and complex bilateral tax regimes.

    The moot problem for NMCC 2017 is an array of contemporary international tax issues. The compromis explores issues that penetrate into basic tenets of taxation law such as International Business Restructuring, Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement and General Anti Avoidance Rules.

    The participants will get the unique opportunity to present their ideas before a panel of Supreme Court Judge, Senior Advocates, Managing Partners and Associates from top law firms. Besides the experience, what’s in for the students is the big purse of prizes. Apart from NMCC, 2017 has also collaborated with Karvy Data Management, Star India, Thomson Reuters, Bloomsbury, LiveLaw, Ola which gives participants an opportunity to showcase their talent before the reputed companies.  The whooping bunch includes alluring cash prizes, access to courses, books to facilitate legal education and the prospect of interning in top law firms of the country.

    You can find the Moot Proposition here.

    And for all of you there, who are missing out on the action, we bring you the 'NMCC' LIVE. NMCC, 2017 begins from 24th March and we shall bring to you all the updates of what is happening when the future Salve’s are arguing their matter! Expect the highlights and results of the preliminary rounds and the quarter finals (on 25th March) along with the live updates and coverage of the semi-finals and finals over the weekend.

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