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NLIU-Trilegal Summit: Winners announced

Aishwarya Dhakarey
26 Feb 2017 2:55 PM GMT
NLIU-Trilegal Summit: Winners announced
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Session 3 of the NLIU-Trilegal summit began soon after the lunch. Apoorva Vishnoi and Ayushi Sinha from RGNUL Patiala presented a paper on crowd funding. They criticized SEBI's policy of no relaxation in regulatory framework for crowd funding companies. Harshit Singh and Amay Jain from Nirma University tackled post-merger implementation, referring to Air India and Indian Airlines among others.

Masala Bonds were dealt with by Rohan Kohli and Arshia Verma from NLIU Bhopal, with emphasis on the Sahu Committee’s recommendation. They made a strong case for usage of green masala bonds by companies to fulfill their CSR requirements. Rubanya Nanda from DSNLU, Vizag dealt with the question of who can be an expert. In the conflict between the ambit of expert determination and arbitration tribunal, arbitration proves to be conducive and time saving is what her she vouched for.

Shubhi Bhandari and Rohini Dayalan from NLIU, Bhopal presented next with a contemporary case study of RCom and SSTL. It was an interactive session overall, with questions being asked by the panelists as well as the audience.


The CCI members addressed the audience, expressing their appreciation for the organizing committee and the quality of the papers presented. Following participants secured positions:

Results –

  • Winner (Essay) – Apoorva Bishnoi and Ayushi Sinha (RGNUL)
    Runner-Up – Priyam Jhudele (NLIU Bhopal)

  • Winner (Article) – Rohan Kohli and Arshia Verma (NLIU Bhopal)
    Runner-Up – Dimple Singh and Shreya Agrawal (Symbiosis Law School, Pune)

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