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CMR Law College, Bangalore wins 3rd KIIT University National Moot Court Competition, 2015

Sukriti Singh
22 Sep 2015 5:37 AM GMT
CMR Law College, Bangalore wins 3rd KIIT University National Moot Court Competition, 2015
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CMR Law College, Bangalore  has won the 3rd KIIT University National Moot Court Competition, 2015. Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi was declared the runners up.

School of Law, KIIT University has recently  conducted the 3rd KIIT University National Moot Court Competition from 18th September 2015 to 20th September 2015 in collaboration with Jyoti Sagar Associates, SCC Online, LiveLaw and Legal Era.

The competition witnessed the participation of 46 teams from various parts of India including several National Law Universities.

The Rounds (Preliminary, Quarter & final) were judged by legal luminaries from various parts of the country, including Senior Advocates from various High Courts, Associates from leading Law firms and Academicians from various institutions.

  The finals round were judged by the following legal luminaries:



  1. Hon'ble Justice Altamas Kabir, Former Chief Justice of India
  2. Hon'ble Justice Indra Banerjee, Judge, Calcutta High Court
  3. Hon'ble Justice Rum Pal, Former Judge, Supreme Court of India.
  4. U. K. Chaudhary, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India
  5. Somasekhar Sundaresan, Partner, Jyoti Sagar Associates.


The Winners of the competition CMR Law College, Bangalore who received cash prize of Rs.1, 00,000, trophy and SCC Online Access Card. Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi was the Runners Up who received cash prize of Rs 50,000, trophy and SCC Online Access Card. National Law University, Assam was the 2nd Runners Up and Received cash prize of Rs. 25,000, trophy and SCC Online Access Card. Best Memorial Award went to Indian Law Society, Pune and Best Student Advocate was Shaurya Upadhyay Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi

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