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GLC Thiruvananthapuram’s 6th National Competition on ADRS

Aishwarya Dhakarey
13 Jan 2017 2:00 PM GMT
GLC Thiruvananthapuram’s 6th National Competition on ADRS
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Government College of Law, Thiruvananthapuram is conducting the 6th National Competition on Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanism.

Date of Competition

  • Scheduled to be held from 17th and 18th February 2017.

  • It is indeed a great pleasure and privilege to invite a team of three students from your esteemed institution to participate in this competition.

  • The participation is limited to 15 teams on the first come basis.


Participation and Eligibility

  • The competition will be open to all the Law colleges and Law Departments recognized by the Bar Council of India.

  • The participation is limited to under graduate students in law both in the 3-year and 5 year schemes undergoing regular courses.

  • A college/department can send a team comprising three students, who has to deal with the role of the Claimant, the Respondent and the Rapporteur.

  • Their traveling expense shall be borne by the respective institutions.


Registration

  • The teams shall register themselves before 8:30 a.m. on 5th Feb, 2017.

  • The teams must send their travel plans by 2nd Feb, 2017 and report to the venue before 8:00 am of 5th Feb, 2017.

  • Accommodation shall be provided to the participants during the days of the competition.


Contact

Prof. A. Suhruth Kumar, Ph. +91-9446981571
General Convener Government Law College Barton Hill, Thiruvananthapuram.

Important Links

Invitation, click here

Rules and Regulations, click here

Proforma, click here

ADR Problem, click here
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