Monday, September 17, 2012

Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition

The compromis has been released for the 2013 Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition.  You can see a copy of the compromis -- and get information about how to register your law school in the competition -- by clicking here.


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It is our pleasure to announce the 14th edition of the D. M. Harish Memorial Government Law College International Moot Court Competition (DMH), hosted by the Government Law College, Mumbai, India, in association with the D. M. Harish Foundation. The Competition is scheduled to be held from 7th - 10th February, 2013. The Government Law College, Mumbai, India is pleased to invite a team from your esteemed institution to participate in this venerated moot court competition.

The year 2013 marks the 158th anniversary of Government Law College, Mumbai. With a heritage spanning a century and a half, the Government Law College has dominated the legal landscape of India since its inception in 1855. The generations of distinguished legal luminaries who have been nurtured by this unique institution have made a seminal contribution to the evolution of the Indian Legal System. The contribution of the alumni to the constitutional and jurisprudential growth of India is certainly unparalleled.

DMH is India's first International Moot Court Competition and was started in 2000 as a National Moot Court Competition. However, it has been open to international entrants since the past eight years. The competition is the most acclaimed moot court competition in India and has over the years given an opportunity to law students across the world to develop plenary skills in the area of advocacy.

It is a matter of great pride for us that teams from Universities / Colleges in the United Kingdom, United States of America, Russia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Mauritius, Spain, Greece, West Indies, Ireland, Australia, Ethiopia and Nigeria have participated in this annual event thus making it a truly global experience. Apart from Universities participating from the aforementioned countries, selected premier Indian Law Colleges/Universities are invited, thereby enhancing the competitiveness and quality of the competition.

University of Cambridge (U.K), Cornell Law School (USA), Washington University School of Law (St. Louis, USA), King’s College (London, U.K.), Bond University (Australia), Howard University of Law (USA), New York University School of Law (USA), University of Sussex (UK), NALSAR, (Hyderabad, India), Government Law College (Mumbai, India), Gujarat National Law University (Gandhinagar, India) National Law University (Delhi, India) are some of the institutes that have in the past taken home coveted awards.

The case study of the competition deals primarily with issues relating to Public International Law with elements of private international law, highlighting the emerging legal landscape and has been drafted by experts in the field. Judges of the highest regard in India, academicians and experts in the field of International Law arrive in Mumbai to adjudicate the competition. In the past years, the Final Rounds of Argument have been judged by a bench of five sitting judges of the Hon’ble Bombay High Court.

The Moot Court Association of the Government Law College would like to invite a team from your University/College to participate in this enriching experience. In upholding its long tradition of hospitality, the organizers of the competition will provide complimentary accommodation, food and intra-city conveyance for the all the participants during the days of the competition.

Comprehensive information about the moot along with the case study and rules can be accessed from the competition website We would be obliged if you could review the aforementioned details and revert to us at the earliest. We would be would be glad to offer any further assistance with respect to the competition. You may contact:

Ms. Ayushi Anandpara Ms. Madhavi Doshi
(0091) 9833144496 (0091) 9769279391

You may in the alternative email us at or

Looking forward to a favourable response from you and hosting a team from your esteemed University, in India for the competition.

Thank you.

Posted by: Moot Court Association, Government Law College, Mumbai | Nov 1, 2012 12:27:54 PM

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