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Nyayavalokan'18 Day 3: Quarter-Final Rounds Held

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14 Oct 2018 3:31 PM GMT
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Day 3 of Nyayavalokan'18, the 9th annual edition of the National Trial Advocacy and Judgment Writing Competition being organised by SVKM’s Pravin Gandhi College of Law in Mumbai, saw the top 8 quarter-finalists completely geared up for a challenging yet an exciting day. On Saturday, individual participants were again given a tie frame of one and a half hour to brief their witnesses individually and collectively. Not only were the participants completely engrossed through this process, but also were the witnesses who understood every word as explained by their allotted participant team.

The quarter-final rounds commenced at 9.15 am.

Adv. Pradeep Hingorani, Adv. Atul Sarpande,  Adv. Niranjan Mundargi, Adv. Ravi Gurnani, Adv. Vijay Hiremath, Adv. Rebecca Gonsalvez, Adv. Prasad Borkar and Adv. Nayantara Rao had come over to adjudge the contest.

Demanding yet thought-provoking questions were asked by the respected judges to the qualified 8 teams who very beautifully responded to these questions.

The rounds went on for quite some time where the judges thoroughly tested the participants’ knowledge and advocacy skills.

Post the rounds, within an hour, the results for semifinals were declared wherein 4 teams have qualified as the semifinalists who are set to present their arguments on Sunday (October 14), the concluding day of the event.

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