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Pg.3 - The Global Times| Monday, March 10, 2014
“ALS moots for Criminal Law”

The moral arc of the universe bends at the elbow of justice. A great line said by Martin Luther King, Jr. So in accordance with this statement Amity Law School organized 2nd International Moot Court competition from February 20th to 22nd at Amity University, Noida. It involved remarkable participation of enthusiastic participation of 40 law schools. A moot court is extracurricular activity in law schools where students participate in stimulated court proceedings, draft briefs and memorials and indulge in oral arguments. The inaugural ceremony was commenced with the lightening of lamps by Prof Mamta Srivastava, additional director, ALS. The ceremony was graced by eminent jurists including honorable Justice Sudhanshu Jyoti Mukhopadhaya, judge, Supreme Court, India. The competition was divided into two bouts, preliminary round I and II, where all the teams argued for both prosecution and defense. The final round was judged by Justice AK Patnaik, tribunal judge, Cuttack Bench and four other eminent jurists.

Now the awards:
Winning team-College of Law, Christ
University, Bangalore
1st Runner Up- Jamia Millia Islamia
University, New Delhi
2nd Runner Up- OP Jindal, Sonipat
Best Memorial- College of Law, Symbiosis,
Best Speaker- Avni Kaushal, JMI, Delhi
2nd Best Speaker- Rishabh Raj, Christ
University, Bangalore

Submitted by:
Ankit Mahato


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