Symbiosis Law School, Pune, in association with Surana & Surana International Attorneys, Chennai, cordially invites your esteemed institution to take part in the 13thSurana & Surana International Technology Law Moot Court & Judgement Writing Competition shall be held from 10th– 12thOctober 2014, to be held at our law school. Symbiosis Law School, Pune firmly believes in the holistic development of students through moots and other extra-curricular activities. The International Technology Law moot is recognized as one of the premier mooting competitions in India, attracting the best mooting talent from
across the country. In its thirteenth year, the moot is a credit to its organisers, offering law students an opportunity to develop their skills as future lawyers.
The 13th Surana & Surana International Technology Law Moot Court Competition shall be held from 10th– 12thOctober 2014 at Symbiosis Law School, Pune. This year’s case is set on issues relating to International Technology agreement, invasive tools and arbitration.
Any clarification sought in respect of the case should be addressed by email to firstname.lastname@example.org before 3rd
September 2014. Final clarifications will be released on 5th September 2014. No clarification will be issued after this date.
The teams must register online at www.mootsite.com / www.moot.in by 12th September 2014.
Online registrations will be open from 9th June 2014. Participants will receive an acknowledgement cum approval as confirmation of their online registration & participation within a week.
A scanned copy of the letter from the participating college / institution / university duly signed by any one of the following :- Faculty-in-charge of MCS / MCA, Registrar, Principal, Dean, Director, Chancellor or Vice-Chancellor confirming the names of the participants, Year / semester in which studying, representing the college / institution / university for the moot competition will have to be attached during the online registration process.
Registrations without the scanned copy of the approval letter from the college/institution/ university or duly attested registration form will not be valid.
Once online registration is done no change in names will be possible. However, in exceptional circumstances if a change in name is inevitable a fresh online registration have to be made along with a scanned copy of the approval letter from the college/institution/ university or duly attested registration form clearly explaining the reasons for the change and withauthorised signatory & seal of the college/ institution / university.
Teams must send a scanned copy of duly filled registration form at email@example.com latest by 13th September 2014 by 5:00 p.m. Participants must carry the hard copy with themselves when they arrive for the competition.
For more details read brochure here.
Information courtesy: Lawctopus.com
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