Invitation to participate in On that point : The virtual Asian Parliamentary Debate

Conceptualized by Grayscale Legal and For The Sake of Argument – ‘On that point’ is the first of its kind virtual Asian Parliamentary Debate – when social media and other platforms have transferred the very fabric of our interaction to a digital platform, it only makes sense for us to experiment with a virtual debate.

The format of this is the standard 3 by 3. With a slight twist in the platform – this time, it’s Google Hangout. The general and specific directions are provided on our website.


For all participants:

  • 25% Discount Coupon for our 2 Online Courses of Legal Desire 
  • Legal Desire Merchandise like Diaries (Quantity-10), Pen (Quantity-50-100)
  • Rs.100/- gift voucher for all participants to shop at the soon to be launched Legal Desire online store.
  • Complimentary copies of Legal Desire‘s family owned Newspaper ‘Pulse of Markets‘ to all participants.
  • Gift vouchers worth Rs. 5000 to online courses by Rostrum Law Academy


For achievers:

  • Winners get a cash prize of Rs. 9,000
  • Cash prize of Rs. 2000 to best speaker
  • Cash prize of Rs. 2000 to best adjudicator
  • Free Online Courses provided by Legal Desire to top 5 adjudicators
  • Complimentary Copy of Legal Desire Quarterly Journal to finalists, top 2 speakers and top 2 adjudicators (Issue will be out on 20th April)
  • Winning team gets first preference over Grayscale Legal, Inc‘s assignments
  • All finalists, and the best speaker and best adjudicator get to publish their articles at The Lex- Warrier (ISSN : 2319-8338)

– There is no cap on the number of teams a college can send.

– No cross-institute teams allowed
– Independent adjudicators allowed
Registration fee: Rs. 400 per participant (Rs. 1600 per team of 3 speakers + 1 adj)
Deadline: April 15, 2014
For further info visit:
Or, call: Rohan: +91-8763133889, Sourya: +91-9848281402 +91-9848281402
Look forward to an overwhelming response! Participation OTP
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