Moot court

Moot Court is curricular activity at Parul University, Faculty of Law, where students will take part in stimulated moot proceedings. They will be trained to conduct research and prepare memorials and participate in oral arguments.   Moot court will usually refer to stimulated appellate court case.  Students beyond moot will also be trained for Mock Trials.

Moot training will commence from the first year of  law course. This will give ample time for the students to refine their skills before they leave the campus to pursue their ambition.  This is a compulsory component of law course. Every individual will be required to participate in Moot activity. After giving proper training for mooting skills, an intra-mural Moot Court Competition will be held for preparing the panel of teams, who will represent Parul University in various Moot Court competitions held across the Country and World. Moot Team mainly consists of two mooter and one researcher.

We plan to organize a National Level Moot Court Competition with two Moot problems.  In preliminary round we will have a problem based on criminal law and for Quarter final and final round the problem will be based on Civil laws. Students from law colleges will be invited to participate in the competition. This will provide opportunity not only to learn from their peer group but will also provide platform to connect with their counterpart in other law schools. Eminent Judges will be invited to judge the event.  Students will get the feel of the profession and such exposure to mooting skills will go a long way in preparing efficient lawyers.

Shri I. M. Nanavati Memorial National Moot Court Competition 2016-17

The students of Parul Institute of Law had participated in competition of Shri I. M. Nanavati Memorial National Moot Court Competition 2016-17, organised by GLS, Law College, Ahmedabad during 20th to 22nd of January, 2017.
54 teams participated in the competition from all over the country. Our team from Parul Institute of Law went up to Semi-Finals and stood at 3rd position.
One of the team members, Wilfred Mukawu, had won the title and Trophy of Best Advocate for Respondent.

Lux Et Veritas National Law Fest 2017

The students of Parul Institute of Law had participated in Lux Et Veritas, organised by Faculty of Law, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, during 3rd to 5th of March, 2017.
The participation ranged across a series of Competitions ranging from Moot Court Competition, Judgement Writing, Client Counselling and Drafting.
The students from Parul Institute of Law, Tabaka Moyo and Chido Marima, had stood as 1st Runners Up in Client Counselling Competition. They were appreciated with a Trophy and cash prize as well.