Jalandhar,17.02.20-: Team of three Law students of 4th year BA LLB (Hons), Gursimran Singh, Hiteshi Agrawal and Mannat Sarao, at the School of Law of LPU, has brought laurels to the University by lifting Overall National Championship Trophy in prestigious law competition. Occasion was Association of Indian Universities’ (AIU’s) three-day National Moot Court Competition held at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law. Along with Winners’ Trophy and Cash Prize of Rs 30,000; LPU team has also won the ‘Best Memorial Award’ of the competition. Former Punjab & Haryana High Court Judge, Justice Rajiv Bhalla honoured the victorious LPU Students.

LPU students presented themselves with all subtlety leaving behind other participating students of different Law Institutions, from all across the country. LPU students excelled in preliminary rounds slated to be among 42 Teams; advanced rounds’ quarter-finals among 8 Teams; semi-finals among 4 Teams; and, finals. LPU students’ dominance worked out and they lifted the scintillating trophy. LPU Chancellor Mr Ashok Mittal congratulated both students and their teachers for the hard work they are upholding.

In fact, Association of Indian Universities (AIU) has recently added ‘National Moot Court Competition’, in this year-2020, to its various activities in diverse fields. This is to provide significant opportunity to various students of Law institutions imparting legal education to compete and hone their skill of arguing the case in a ‘Moot Court’.

Prior to this, in an another Competition "Aequitas 20", held at SSG Regional Centre of Panjab University, LPU Law students won second position in the category ‘Client Counselling’. The students are Durga Pandey BA LLB (Hons) 3rd year and Indrani Mukerjee BBA LLB (Hons) 2nd Year.


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