WB National University of Juridical Sciences wins 9th Justice Hidayatullah Memorial National Moot Court Competition

The Justice Hidyatullah Memorial National Moot Court Competition was started as a part of the centenary celebrations in memory of the stalwart of the Indian legal fraternity- Justice Mohammad Hidayatullah. Over the course of many years, HNMCC has established a stellar reputation as one of India’s foremost Moot Court Competitions. Post seven successful editions based on competition law, HNMCC switched from the subject of competition law to environmental law last year, in its 8th Edition.
HNMCC has always witnessed spirited participation from over 20 teams in all of its previous editions. This year, 27 teams from various reputed Universities across the country have competed with each other for the coveted Justice Hidayatullah Memorial trophy, the title of the best speaker and the best researcher. HNMCC was conducted from 24th to the 26th of March at the University New Campus. The theme for this year’s competition was based on “International Environmental Laws and Laws of the Sea”.

Winners of the 9th Justice Hidayatullah Memorial National Moot Court Competition: WB National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS). The team comprising of Rashika Narain, Manjari Rathore and Vinayak Chawla is awarded certificates, individual trophies, a team trophy and a cash prize of Rs. 25,000.

Runners up of the 9th Justice Hidayatullah Memorial National Moot Court Competition: Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL).  The team comprising of Abhishek Misra, Dilraj Bhinder and Vijay Mishra is awarded certificates, individual trophies, a team trophy and a cash prize of Rs. 15,000.

Best Speaker: Anjali Agarwal from University of Law and Legal Studies, GGS Indraprastha University. She was awarded a certificate and a cash prize of Rs. 7,500.
Best Memorial: Symbiosis Law School, Pune. The team comprising of Sanyukta Saraf Sunanda Reddy and Aashima Bhatia was awarded certificates and a cash prize of Rs. 7,500.

Best Researcher: Aashima Bhatia from Symbiosis Law School, Pune. She was awarded a certificate and a cash prize of Rs. 7,500.

 

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