Workshop on Moot Court based on Contract-I@IMSNOIDA.IN

Moot court is a law school activity. It is competition during which students participate in the

preparation of memorials and arguing of cases in front of judges. Students have to select their side whether they are arguing on behalf of petitioner/plaintiff or respondent/defendant and given a set amount of time to prepare for the eventual trial. Moot court members have to research their respective sides, write appellate briefs, and present oral arguments in front of the judges. Judges are free to ask any questions at the time during the presentation, and students must respond accordingly; therefore, a profound understanding of the facts of the case, their arguments, and their opponents' arguments is required. Moot court practices help the students for overall development in the form of communication skills, presentation skills, research, mannerism and courtesy. If good lawyering skills are essential for an advocate then mooting during law course is the greatest asset that a law student can inculcate, for achieving the above-stated object, IMS Law College conducted Workshop on “Importance of Moot Court Trial during Law Course”  for all B.A;LL.B students on March , 27 , 2015 at Moot Court Room.Workshop was conducted to hone the oratory and presentation skills of the students. Ms. Sumaiya Nausheen and Mr. Rajat Kapoor (B.A; LL.B X semester students) who were the winner at NCR Moot Court Competition, shared their vast experience, guided the students skills of mooting and how to prepare good memorials.Large number of students participated in the workshop. They showed their enthusiasm by asking question and answer related to the moot court problem. At the same time students were given moot court problem based on contract –I and time was given to prepare memorials for both the sides for upcoming moot court competition at College Level. Students were divided into 10 teams each team consists of two mooters and one researcher.To mark the end of this fruitful day, Mr .Sudhakaran and Mr. Inderjeet Santoshi (Faculty of Law) who organized this workshop, also exhorted the students to participate in moot court during their law course. They emphasized the importance of moot court which ultimately not only  helpful for future budding lawyers but all round developments of the students in their respective life.  The workshop was supervised under the guidance of Dr. Niti Sinha (HOD, Law College).


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