Pre Invite: 1st IFIM Law College South Asian Technology Law Moot Court Competition, April 13-15, 2018
IFIM Law College, Bangalore takes immense pleasure in announcing the 1st “IFIM Law College South Asian Technology Law Moot Court Competition (ISATLMCC)”. This national moot court competition aims to carve a niche for itself in the arena of national and international mooting from the first year itself as the organizers will be inviting teams from SAARC Countries for participation.
The theme for the Moot Court Compromis will be an intersection of Information Technology Law, various aspects of Private International Law, Comparative Constitutional Law, Tort Law and Criminal Law.
USP of the Competition:
- Panel discussion on Cyber Law, Right to Privacy and Cyber Surveillance between semi-finals and finals:
A short panel discussion on the intersection of cyber law, cyber surveillance and private international law will be held at the end of the semi-final rounds and before the commencement of the Grand Finale, involving some of the judges of the quarter-final and semi-final rounds.
- Compilation of an edited ISBN book with the 10 best memorials:
The content from the ten best memorials submitted at the competition along with the proceedings of the panel discussion will be published as an edited book with an ISBN Number. All participating teams will receive a copy of the book after publication.
- Format of the Competition:
Teams will progress into each of the next knockout rounds based on memorial evaluation done by the judges at the event on the spot combined with the scores of each round of the oral rounds. The Oral Rounds will consist of two preliminary rounds, quarter finals, semi-finals and grand finale.
- Prizes and Certificates:
The College will award various trophies and cash prizes worth around Rs. 2.25 lakhs to the winning team, runners-up team, best speaker and best researcher. Participation certificates will be awarded to all other teams.
The Moot Court Compromis is expected to be released tentatively by the second week of January 2018 and will be an intersection of Information Technology Law, Private International Law, Constitutional Law, Tort Law and Criminal Law.
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