TENTATIVE SCHEDULE

Posted in AMITY MOOT 2011 on March 9, 2011 by Amity National Moot

 

Friday , 11 march :  Registration : 3:00 p.m

Inauguration: 5 :00 p.m

Researchers test : 7:00 p.m

 

Saturday , 12 march : Preliminary round I and II

Quarters

 

Sunday , 13 march : Semi finals and Finals

Closing ceremony at 5:00 p.m

 

MEMORIAL SUBMISSION – DATE EXTENDED

Posted in AMITY MOOT 2011 on March 3, 2011 by Amity National Moot

This is to inform all partcipating teams that memorial submission date has been extended.

All teams are required to submit their memorials by midnight, 6th march, 2011. All the Teams who fail to do so will be penalised.( – 2 marks for each day )

TEAM CODES

Posted in AMITY MOOT 2011 on February 25, 2011 by Amity National Moot

An E-Mail regarding the team code has been sent to all the teams.

Your memorials (both soft copy as well as hard copy) should carry the team code on the Top Right Hand Corner of the Cover Page.

All outstation teams are requested to send in their travel details at the earliest.

RESEARCHER TEST

Posted in RESEARCHER TEST on February 25, 2011 by Amity National Moot

A Researcher Test will be held before the commencement of the Oral Rounds to determine the best researcher.The test will be comprised of questions relating to the Problem, both legal and factual. Certain questions based on Public International Law will also be included.

DATE : 11 MARCH 2011

TIME : 7:00 P.M

DURATION : 1 HOUR

PATTERN : PART A

25 MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS OF 3 MARKS EACH.

NEGATIVE MARKING OF 1 MARK FOR EACH WRONG ANSWER

PART B

15 QUESTIONS  OF 1 WORD ANSWER OF 1 MARK EACH

PART C

A SUBJECTIVE QUESTION OF 10 MARKS

TOTAL MARKS : 100

CLARIFICATION REGARDING FACTS

Posted in CLARIFICATION REGARDING FACTS on February 11, 2011 by Amity National Moot

This is to clarify that wherever the word troops has been used in the problem it refers to Jassbards troops.

Jassbards troops are distinguishable from the civilians of Gunaristan

INTRODUCTION

Posted in AMITY MOOT 2011 on January 29, 2011 by Amity National Moot

Welcome! This Blog has been made to access the Moot Court Problem, Rules and Regulations, as well as the Registration Form, for the teams participating in the Amity Law School National Moot Court Competition 2011.

INVITE

Posted in AMITY MOOT 2011 on January 29, 2011 by Amity National Moot

AMITY LAW SCHOOL

(Affiliated to GGS IP University, Delhi)

Amity Law School Campus, F-1 Block, Amity University Sector-125 NOIDA – 201 303

January 28, 2011

SUB: 10th Amity National Moot Court Competition, March 2011

Respected Sir/Madam,

It gives me great pleasure to invite your esteemed institution to participate in the 10th Annual Amity National Moot Court Competition. This year the Competition is scheduled to be held from 11th to 13th March, 2011.

The problem for this year’s competition would test the students on their academic knowledge and understanding of International Law. The Competition will be held at the Amity Law School Campus, F-1 Block, Amity University, Sector-125, Noida- 201303.

We request you to kindly nominate a team of three students of undergraduate law programme of your institution to participate in the competition. We shall be providing hospitality facilities to all participating teams for the duration of the competition. Accommodation facilities shall be provided only to the three registered participants of participating outstation teams.

You may kindly confirm your participation by emailing us at the following address amitynationalmoot@gmail.com by 7th February, 2011. The team details should be submitted in the prescribed registration form along with a Demand Draft of Rs. 1500/- per team by 14th February, 2011. Participation will be on first come first serve basis. The maximum number of entries would be restricted to 20.

The problem, rules and registration form for the competition may be found attached with Invite. The information regarding the moot is also available on https://amitynationalmoot.wordpress.com/

We look forward to a positive response from your side.

Thanking you,

Yours sincerely,

M. K. Balachandran

Director

Amity Law School, Delhi