5th National Trial Advocacy and Judgment Writing Competition @ Christ Bangalore [Dec 13-15]:
Register by Nov 20
About Christ University
CHRIST (Deemed to be University) is a private deemed to be university in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. Founded in 1969 as an autonomous college, on 22 July 2008 it was declared as an institution deemed to be university under section 3 of UGC Act 1956 by the Ministry of Human Resources Development, Government of India.
About the Competition
The Advanced Criminal Law Studies Committee, School of Law, Christ (Deemed to be University) is holding the 5th edition of its annual flagship event, National Trial Advocacy and Judgment Writing Competition (NTAC) from 13th December 2019 to 15th December 2019.
In the previous editions, NTAC has witnessed participants from law schools across the country and has successfully contributed to the promotion of a trial culture and criminal litigation.
- The National Trial Advocacy Competition is aimed at nurturing and creating opportunities for the development of the skills of litigation, evidence establishment and examination in Trial Courts.
- The Judgment Writing Competition is with the purpose of enhancing the reasoning and writing skills of budding lawyers and students aspiring to opt for a career in Judiciary.
The Competition is open for all students who are pursuing a three or five-year LLB Degree Course in Universities/Colleges/Law Departments in India, as recognized by the Bar Council of India.
The participation in the 5th SLCU National Trial Advocacy and Judgment Writing Competition is restricted to 24 teams only on a first-come basis.
The Teams who have not provisionally registered must send an email through their respective Official College’ Email ID or Other Official IDs handled by recognized student bodies to the Advanced Criminal Law Studies Committee, at [email protected]
The teams that have already provisionally registered must submit the following documents:
For more details contact at cr[email protected]