Groups from 30 instructional establishments throughout the nation participated within the third moot court docket competitors organised by the VIT Faculty of Regulation (VITSOL), VIT Chennai, carried out on-line not too long ago.
Inaugurating the occasion, Justice S. Baskaran, Chairperson, Tamil Nadu Human Rights Fee and former Madras Excessive Court docket decide, confused on the significance of moot courts as they allow college students to develop advocacy abilities. A great authorized schooling was important for the administration of justice, he stated.
The group from Faculty of Regulation, Christ (deemed to be college), Bengaluru, was adjudged the winner and was given a money prize of ₹15,000, whereas the group from Alliance College Faculty of Regulation was adjudged the runner-up and received a prize of ₹10,000. Faculty of Excellence in Regulation, Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Regulation College, was chosen for the ‘Finest Memorial’ award and Symbiosis Regulation Faculty, Pune, was given ‘Second Finest Memorial’ award. Aaron Alvares and M. Srinidhi from Faculty of Regulation, Christ (deemed to be college), have been adjudged ‘Finest Speaker’ and ‘Second Finest Speaker’. Throughout the valedictory session, Justice G.R. Swaminathan, Madras Excessive Court docket, spoke on the necessity to keep poise within the moot court docket. VIT chancellor G. Viswanathan elaborated on the significance of finding out Constitutional regulation to assist perceive the nuances of the federal character of the Structure of India.
V.S. Kanchana Bhaskaran, VIT Chennai’s pro-chancellor, and M. Gandhi, dean, VITSOL, additionally participated.