Our Chief Guest Hon’ble Mr. Justice Adarsh Goel (Justice,Supreme Court of India) released our Annual Journal ‘Lexigentia’ and ‘Lloydians’. #SAARCLAW
Runner Ups of Third Prof. N.R. Madhava Menon SAARCLAW Mooting Competition are University of Columba, Sri Lanka. #SAARCLAW Congratulations !
Congratulations! Winners of Third Prof. N.R. Madhava Menon SAARCLAW Mooting Competition. School of Excellence in Legal Education (SOEL)
4:50 pm : Best Law Student Award goes to
- Sanya Darakhshan Kishwar (Central University of South Bihar)
- Bhargavi Kannan (School of Excellence in Legal Education, SOEL)
We have the honour of having Dr. Lalit Bhasin (President, Bar Association of India | President, SILF)
Our chief guest Hon’ble Mr. Justice Adarsh Goel (Judge,Supreme Court of India) is addressing the Valedictory Function now https://www.facebook.com/LloydLawCollege/videos/924232351086621/
Father of Modern Legal Education Padmashree N.R.Madhava Menon is addressing the valedictory function :
Valedictory Function It is with great pleasure that we welcome our distinguished guests”
- Padmashree Prof. Dr. N.R.Madhava Menon
- Hon’ble Mr.Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel(Judge,Supreme Court of India)
- Hon’ble Mr. Justice Buwaneka Aluwihare(Judge,Supreme Court of Sri Lanka)
- Mr. Md. Mohseen Rashid(Secretary Genral, SAARCLAW)
- Dr. Lalit Bhasin(President,Bar Association of India)
- Prof. Dr Mohammad Rahmatullah(Dean,Faculty of Law,University of Dhaka)
- Prof. Dr.S.Sivakumar(Member,Law Commission of India)_
___________________________________________End of the Final Round____________________
Live Proceedings of the Final Round is here : https://www.facebook.com/Saarcmooting/videos/562161274155336/
**FINALS at Moot Court Hall No. 1 between NRMC 315 and NRMC 320**
Judges for the Final Round of Third Prof. N. R. Madhava Menon SAARC Mooting Competition and Law Students’ Conference, 2017-18 are :
1) Justice Buwanika Aluwihare ( Judge, Supreme Court of Sri Lanka)
2) Justice Naima Haider (Judge, Supreme Court of Bangladesh)
3) Justice Anil Kumar Sinha (Justice, Supreme Court of Nepal)
4) Justice Rajiv Sakhder (Judge, High Court Delhi)
5) Justice Avinash Jhingan (Judge, High Court of Punjab & Haryana)
10:00 am – Moot Court Hall II | Petitioner NRMC 320 | Responded NRMC 302
Judges : 1) Rakesh Munjal (Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India)
2) Justice Ravi.R.Tripathi (Member,Law Commission of India | Retd. Justice, Supreme Court of India)
3) Rajkumar Bhardwaj.
9:47 am – Moot Cout Hall I :- Petitioner : NRMC 322 | Respondent : NRMC 315
– Prof Sri Krishnadeva Rao ( Vice Chancellor, NLU Odisha)
– Prof Tara Prasad Sapkota (Dean,Faculty of Law, Tribhuvan University)
– Prof Dr. V.T. Thamilmatran (Former Dean, Faculty of Law, Columbo University) #SAARCLAW
9:30 am – Semi- Final Rounds have begun.
__________________________ DAY 3 _____________________________________________
8:30 am – Completion of Round II & Quarter finals. Schedule for Semi Finals is as follows:
Moot Court No. | Petitioner | Responded
1 | NRMC322 | NRMC315
2 | NRMC320 | NRMC302
Court Room No. | Petitioner | Respondent
1A | NRMC 312 | NRMC 322
1B | NRMC 315 | NRMC 320
2A | NRMC 319 | NRMC 302
2B | NRMC 318 | NRMC 321
5:00 pm – Colluqium on Legal Ethics has begun.
4:50 pm – We have the Auspicious presence of Shri T.S.Thakur (Former Chief Justice of India)
4:47 pm – We are delighted to have Shri K.K.Venugopal (Attorney General of India) with us for Colluqium on’Legal Ethics’.
Preliminary Round I :
Court Room No. 1A :
Name of the Judges
1. Dr.Asha Verma
Teams- Respondent code-NMRC325 | Petitionercode- NMRC 307
Court Room 1B :
Name of the Judges
Mr. Jacob George
Mr. Anandh Venkatamani
Dr. Mohammad Asad Malik
Teams : Petitioner team code- NMRC 310 | Respondence team code- NMRC 320
Court Room No. 1C :
Names of the judges ::-
1) Dr. P. Puneeth
2) Dr. Upma Gautam
3) Mr. Ashutosh Raj Anand
Teams : Petitioner code- NRMC31 | Respondent code- NRMC301
Court room 2A :
1.Dr. Gigimon V S
2 Mr. Alok
3.Dr. md. Zafar Mahfooz Nomani
Teams : Petitioner team code NMRC 313 | Respondent team code NMRC 305
Court room 2B
1.Adv. Abhay Das
2.Prof. (Dr.) Bhavish Gupta
3.Prof. V. T. Tamilmaran
Petitioner code NRMC307 | Respondent code NMRC309
Court room -2C
1. Adv. Akshama Nath (
2. Prof. (Dr.) MD. Rahmat Ullah.
3. Dr. Shivani Goswami
Petitioner – NMRC 315 | Respondent – NMRC 304
Court room 3A :
Name of the judges:
1) Dr. Ashutosh Hajela
2) Mr. Tom Joseph
3) Prof. (Dr.) Taraprasad Sapkota
Petitioner code NMRC312 | Respondent code NMRC321
Court Room No. 3 B
Name of the Judges :
1. Dr Susmitha.P.Mallaya
2.Mr Mohd. Hussain
3.Ms Veena kaira
Respondent Team Code NMRC323 | Petitioner Team Code NMRC302
Court Room No. 3C
Name of the Judges
1. Mr. Pratap patnaik
3. Dr. Neelam tyagi
Teams- Respondent Code-NMRC322 | Petitioner Code- NMRC 306
Book release: Lloyd law college takes immense pride in releasing two books during this event, which are ‘Rights of Indigenous people in SAARC’ , and ‘Magna Carta and Human rights’. We feel greatly blessed to have the opportunity of having Hon’ble Mr. Justice Kurian Joseph to release these two books. The volume rights of Indigenous people in SAARC edited by Prof. Dr. S. Sivakumar, Dr. Lisa P. Lukose and Mr. Akhilesh kumar khan, contains selected research papers presented in the second Prof. N.R. Madhava Menon SAARC LAW Mooting competition and law students’ conference. The volume contains 17 research papers penned by students of SAARC region highlighting the challenges faced by indigenous communities with detailed examination of existing constitutional and legal regime concerning the protection of rights of Indigenous communities.
The Guest of Honor, Justice Anil Kumar Sinha, Judge Supreme Court of Nepal, quoted Martin Luther King “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere…” He said that have to learn by doing, and have to carve our own path, without naming the media houses, he said that a few media trials in Nepal have had a very strong impact on the judiciary. The Inauguration ended with two book releases by Justice Kurian. The first, a compilation of articles by students, Rights of Indigenous People in SAARC, the first copy of which was given to Justice Anil Kumar Sinha, JudgeSupreme Court of Nepal and the second, Magna Carta and Human Rights: The Legacy of 800+ Years, Justice Buwaneke Ahuwihare, Judge Supreme Court of Sri Lanka, received the first copy of the book from Justice Kurian.
R.Venkataramani, Senior Adocate, Supreme court of India: He has been appearing for the state of Tamil Nadu as a special senior counsel for past many years and is also a special senior counsel for the state of Andhra Pradesh. “Prof. Dr.N.R.Madhava Menon is a very ambitious person” He continued by praising Dr. N.R. Madhava Menon, “The vision he had is far and wide” Also he added to his speech, “Each and every nation which are present here are important in their own way. And these kind of competitions are going to help you in every insight of legal education. Prof.N.R. Madhava Menon SAARC LAW mooting competition- India under the current prime minister is growing globally. Asia is going to occupy a significant leading space and it is going to reflect in the future of mankind. We’ve learnt cricket from Britishers and Australians and now we’ve outsmarted them. Similarly, we’ve learnt mooting from the British and now we’ve started to outsmart them. We’ve to learn governance through rule of law.” With these words of wisdom he encouraged all the participants.
Prof. Dr. S.Shiva Kumar: An introductory speech was given by him. Prof. Dr. S. Sivakumar is a professor at the Indian Law Institute, New Delhi. Also he is appointed as a full-time member of 21st Law commission of India in 2016. During his speech he made a special emphasis on ethics of legal schemes. And talked about research papers and the procedures of submission and gave the idea of books going to be released by Lloyd law college. Ending by congratulating all the students who made it till here and wishing them good luck.
10:20 : The Father of modern legal education in India, Padmashree, Professor Dr. N.R. Madhava Menon, addressed everyone with his words of wisdom. The architect of five year LL.B program greeted the notable judges, advocates and professors and talked about the current legal situations special licencing for matrimonial lawyers after which sir wished the participants good luck.
10:00 am : Inauguration Ceremony
9:45 am : Participating team members of Third Prof. N.R. Madhava Menon SAARCLAW Mooting Competition Law Students’ Conference 2017-18 [16th-18th Feb 2018] gathered for group photograph at the Lloyd Memory Wall.
9:28 : “Tradition is the illusion of the permanence.”
Students have arrived for the SAARCLAW mooting competition in the traditional attire depicting their cultural diversity.
8:50 am : Schedule for is as follows : 8:30 Reporting of teams to Lloyd Law College
09:30 a.m :- Group Photograph of participants in traditional dress with all dignitaries in Traditional Attire at Memory Wall, Lawn, Lloyd Law College
09:45 a.m :– 11:30 a.m : Inaugural Ceremony at Seminar Hall, Lloyd Law College
11:30 a.m. :– 12:00 p.m : Participants shall change to Advocate Attire from traditional clothes
12:00 p.m. :– 02:00 p.m. :- Session – I, Law Students Conference Preliminary Round – I
12:00 p.m. :– 01:30 p.m. :- Mooting at Seminar Hall, Lloyd Competition at allotted Court Rooms
01:30 p.m. :– 02:00 p.m :- Exchange of Memorials for Preliminary Round – II at Moot Court Hall no. 02
02:00 p.m. :– 02:30 p.m :- Lunch, at Lawn, Lloyd Law College
03:00 p.m. :– 05:30 p.m :- Session – II, Law Students Conference Preliminary Round – II
02:30 p.m. :– 04:00 p.m :- Mooting at Seminar Hall, Lloyd Competition at allotted Court Rooms
04:00 p.m. :- High Tea at Lawn, Lloyd
04:30 p.m. :-Announcement of Results, Draw of Lots & Exchange of Memorials for Quarter Finals at Moot Court Hall no. 02
06:00 p.m. – 08:00 p.m :- Session – III, Law Students Conference Quarter Final Round – II,at Seminar Hall
06:00 p.m. – 07:30 p.m. Mooting Competition at allotted Court Rooms
(Eliminated teams can be at Common Room: Room NO. GF- I, BA LLB Building)
08:05 p.m :-Results of Quarter Finals, Draw of Lots & Exchange of Memorials for Semi Finals at Moot Court Hall no. 02
08:30 p.m :- Departure of teams from Lloyd Law College to Hotel Rnb Qube.
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7:00 : Exchange of Memorials between the teams.
5:56 : Watch the ‘Draw of Lots‘ Live #FBLive https://www.facebook.com/Saarcmooting/videos/561253130912817/
4:15 pm: The team has arrived and are moving for registration process with full enthusiasm and en zeal to win the competition. Teams are full of valor to perform.
3:15 :LLOYD welcomes law students with different phases of world with loads of enthusiasm and energy. Euphoric feels were expressed offering flowers and roli-kumkum. Warm and hostile moments of students welcomed.
3:00 : Arrival of SAARCLAW moot participant teams.
9:52 : Visit here http://saarcmooting.lloydlawcollege.edu.in/ for more details.
9:01 : In conjunction with the Mooting Competition, Lloyd Law College and Bar Council of Kerala M K Nambyar Academy for Continuing Legal Education (Kochi) are organizing a two day South Asian Colloquium on Ethics for Legal-Judicial Professions on 17-18 February 2018. Former Chief Justice of India Justice T S Thakur will give the presidential address and the Attorney General of India KK Venugopal will address the inaugural session of the colloquium. Hony. Director of M. K. N. Academy for Continuing Legal Education Padmashree Prof. N R Madhava Menon will give the welcome address and former Chief Justice of Sri Lanka Justice Mohan Pieris will deliver the key note address.
9:00 : Good Morning Everyone…
Welcome to the Third Prof. N. R. Madhava Menon SAARC Mooting Competition and Law Students’ Conference, 2017-18 that is being organized by Lloyd Law College under technical support from MILAT- Menon Institute of Legal Advocacy Training, Trivandrum under the patronage of SAARCLAW at Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh.