TRA Contract Drafting Competition 2017.
In association with
Deadline: 1st March, 2017.
All the winners will also be extended an offer of internship of up to 60 (Sixty) days with TRA.
The TRA Contract Drafting Competition, in association with NLSIU and Uber, seeks to engage with the community of law students in India in a bid to introduce and further the art of modern legal drafting, especially contract drafting.
The subject matter of the TRA Contract Drafting Competition, summarised in the “Case-Brief” , also provides participants a unique opportunity to work in areas where laws and regulations are yet to develop. It takes away from the participants the comfort of legal certainty provided by statutes and judicial decisions. In order to address the legal challenges of their fictional client, participants will have to rely on first-principles and analogous bodies of law, thus exposing them to interesting and contemporary public policy questions being debated around the world. We believe that exposing young minds to the dilemma presented between the allure of technological advancements and the tempering provided by legal conservatism, will have a huge impact in furthering public debate on these issues and even expedite the process of catch-up that the law must play with technology every few years. After all, at TRA, we are only too familiar with this dilemma.
Last Date for Registration: 1st March, 2017
Last Date for Submission: 10th March, 2017
- Top Entry: 10,000/- Cash Prize
- Runners-up: 5,000/- Cash Prize
- Two Special Commendation: 2,500/- each
All the winners will also be extended an offer of internship of up to 60 (Sixty) days with TRA. All participants will be provided with a certificate acknowledging participation.
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