23 Feb : The consistent and continuous legal research done at Rajiv Gandhi National Law University of Law with full involvement of the teachers has shown positive results in different moot court competitions at all India level. The students of RGNUL, Punjab brought laurels in the moot court competitions and are demonstrating excellent performance in various national and international competitions. The students are wining various prizes in these competitions which include best team, runners up, best speaker, best memorial and best researcher by beating the teams from all over the country including various national law schools.
In a recently held Second All India Corporate Law Moot Competition 2011 organized by National Law University, Delhi from 18-20 February, 2011 in New Delhi, RGNUL won the competition after beating NUJS Kolkata in the final rounds of the competition. The final rounds of the competitions were judged by the sitting judges of the Delhi High Court. The proposition of the competition was related to the corporate law. The team consisted of Babita Madan, Vibha Arya & Devrat Singh Raghav. The team also won Best Memorial Award and Best Researcher Award in the competition.
In another competition of Surana & Surana International Technology Moot Court Competition, 2011 the team consisting of Madhav Sharma, Aakash Saxena & Roshni Chadda reached the semi-finals of the competition. The team was against the NLU Jodhpur in the semi-finals rounds of the competition. The Moot was organized by Surana & Surana in Symbiosis Law School, Pune from 18-20 February 2011. The moot proposition of the competition dealt with the ‘Net Neutrality’ issue. In the competition, out of 33 teams, RGNUL stood over all third.
Success story of moot court competition does not end here as the university was also runners up in recently held DM Harish International Moot Court Competition 2011. The competition was organized by Government Law College, Mumbai from 10-12 February 2011. DM Harish is one of India’s most prestigious domestic moots, organised by the GLC Mumbai. The RGNUL team comprised of two members Sukriti Slehria and Sourabh Rath. This year the moot proposition was related to the issue of ‘surrogacy’. The team reached final after beating NLU Delhi in the semi-finals and fight against GNLU Gandhinagar in the final round of the competition. The final round of the competition was judged by the five sitting judges of the Mumbai High Court. After all these excellent performances in the Moot Court Competitions the university is now in top five of the Moot Premier League 2 of the Legally India. The Moot Premier League 2 is sponsored by Allen & Overy. The Vice Chancellor of the university has said the university will keep performing in not only in moot court competitions but in other competitions as well. The university is working all the hard to promote the student endeavours in these competitions.