The Moot Court Association of Government Law College in association with the D. M. Harish Foundation is pleased to announce the 13th D. M. Harish Memorial – Government Law College International Moot Court Competition scheduled to be held from 9th – 12th February, 2012.
The Moot, instituted in the memory of late Mr. D. M. Harish, is India’s oldest and most renowned international moot court competition. DMH as it is popularly called, witnesses diverse participation from the crème of Indian Law Universities as well as from law schools/Universities across the globe. The 4-day mooting extravaganza is renowned for the quality of judges which include professors, professionals, practicing lawyers and senior counsels of the Bombay High Court and the Supreme Court of India with the Final Round of Arguments being presided by an impressive bench of 5 sitting judges of the Bombay High Court.
The 2011 edition of the Competition saw 29 teams including 14 international teams, the likes of which include New York University & Columbia University from USA, Bond University & the University of Melbourne from Australia, Moscow State Law Academy from Russia, University of Sussex amongst others.
The case-study of the competition is primarily based on Public International Law intertwined with elements of private international law to keep pace with the changing global scenario. The Compromis of the 13th edition of the Competition deals with the economic and taxation policies of the Republic of Amity and Darshini.
Last Date of Registration Of Indian Teams applying through the Memorial Round: 5th November, 2011
Deadline For Submission Of Memorials For Indian Universities/Colleges Applying through the Memorial Round: 21st November, 2011 (6:00 p.m.IST)
Last Date of Registration Of Overseas And Invited Indian Universities/Colleges: 5th December, 2011
Deadline for submission of Memorials: 28th December, 2011 (6:00p.m.IST)
For further details regarding the official rules, schedule, accommodation and travel please refer to our official website - http://mcaglc.org/dmh.html