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Considering overwhelming participation Registration for LJSL 1st NMCC has been closed.

Message from the Director

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Shri Girish C. Patel

- Hon. Executive Director, LJSL

Our approach to National Moot Court Programme is to select topics of current social relevance. The idea behind this is to create an atmosphere to show that difficult, controversial and emotional social problems and legal problems can be discussed reasonably rationally and dispassionately in a Court room and even outside. As Court is a dialogue-engaging institution where two parties through their lawyers can argue the legal and social problems calmly, rationally and without passion. Last year we accordingly organized National Moot Court in January 27-29th of 2017. The Moot Problem was Freedom of religion vis-a- vis Conversion. 49 law Colleges/ Institution from 18 States participated in the Competition. It was a Grand Success for all batch. Then students showed their deep understanding of law and art of advocacy and impressed our judges- Senior Advocates and Retired Judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts. The students were completely satisfied with its entire arrangements during their stay for 4 days.


We emphasize upon 3 things- Philosophy of Law, Legal Techniques and Legal Reasoning and awareness of the Socio-economic problems of the country and the world. To this end, we have developed a program of regular problem oriented lectures by our academic staff and by other experts, regular weekly group discussion on socially relevant subjects, seminars and workshops and Moot courts for our students. As a part of this program, we decided to host and organize the National Moot Court competition. Moot court is an integral part of the legal education through which the students learn the art of lawyering from the very beginning so that the students learn from day 1 to understand the problem, to find out the relevant law, to draft the pleadings, to argue before the court persuasively and assist the court in doing justice. We need lawyers “Not only with great minds but with great hearts”; our humble effort is to teach our students how to use law as an instrument of social engineering in order to protect and promote the basic values, ideals and principles of our Constitution. We are organizing the Second National Moot Court on 19th – 21st of January, 2018.


We cordially invite you to participate in our Second National Moot Court Competition.

About LJ School of Law

The Lok Jagruti Kendra's idea behind starting the school of Law is not just to produce degree holders in law but to produce Lawyers who would pratice in courts of law. In view of globalised scenario, the institue's trust areas would be cyber crime, forensic law, legal communications, skill acquisitions in interpreting laws.. Besides full-time faculty, the institute has plans for large scale involvement of eminent lawyers practicing in local courts, high courts and supreme court. The institute also proposes to introduce a pedagogical innovation -"Lawyer on wheels"- under which the students will go to interior villages for creating legal awareness as well for providing legal help to the socially and economically backward classes. The institute will provode a unique learning experience to the students.


Owing to the recent demonetization of 500 and 1000 rupee notes by the government and the hardships which the teams are facing to get the Demand draft from the banks due to the rush, we are accepting the cheques in place of DD. Cheques shall be drawn in the name of "L J School of Law".

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Final List of esteemed Participating Institutions for 1st NMCC.

Name of Institute City / State
Chanakya National Law University Patna, Bihar
Amity law school center -2 Noida, Uttar pradesh
Indore Institute of Law Indore
Anand Law College Anand
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha university Delhi
 Amity Law School, Centre 2 Indore
The Sinhgad Law College Pune
School of Law, KIIT University Bhubaneswar
Saveetha School of Law Chennai Tamilnadu
Galgotias University U.P.
FIMT school of law  Delhi
Government Law College Mumbai
Adv. Balasaheb Apte College of Law Mumbai
Symbiosis Law School Pune
Department of Laws Panjab University Chandigarh
Symbiosis Law School Pune
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar college Of Law Nagpur
Faculty Of Law, Maharaja Sayaji Rao University Baroda
School Of Law, Christ University Bengaluru
School of Excellence in Law Chennai
Amity Law School Delhi
Tamilnadu National Law School Tamilnadu
Shankarrao Chavan Law College Pune
Galgotias University U.P.
Name of Institute City / State
FIMT school of law Delhi
G.H.Raisoni Law School Nagpur
Jaipur National University Jaipur
Bishop Cotton Law College Bangalore
Government Law College Kerala
National Law Institute University Bhopal
United world school of law Gandhinagar
Presidency University Bangalore
University Institute of Legal Studies, Panjab University Chandigarh
Kiit School Of Law, Kiit University Bhubaneswar
Saveetha School of Law Chennai
The Kerala Law Academy Law College Trivandrum
V M Salgaocar College of Law Miramar, Goa
National Law Institute University Bhopal
Indore Institute of Law Indore
Gujarat National Law University Gandhinagar
Balaji Law College Pune
Amtty University Lucknow
Presidency University Bangalor
Faculty Of Law, Maharaja Sayaji Rao University Baroda
Government Law College Ernakulam
Campus Law Centre Delhi University Delhi
Campus Law Centre Delhi University Delhi

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