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About the Lex Omnia Moot

6th edition of the Lex Omnia Moot Court Competition, hosted by BITS-Pilani K.K. Birla Goa Campus, Goa, India, in association with NLSIU, Bangalore.

Dates

The Competition is scheduled to be held from 26th – 28th October, 2018.

Details

Lex Omnia started in the year 2013 as a humble competition seeing reasonable participation. Over the years the participation has grown to more than 50 teams from across the country and we hope to see it increase further.

The teams are required to send memorials 23 days before the oral rounds start which are then evaluated to shortlist 36 qualifying teams. The competition is rigorous as the qualifying teams of equal calibre compete against each other in multiple oral rounds.

Spread over 3 days, the oral rounds comprise eliminations on the first day out of which 8 teams make it through to the quarter finals. Both the quarter and semi-finals are held on the second day and the best two teams qualify for the final rounds.

The prizes are given to the best team, runners up, best student advocate, and best memorial. The rounds are evaluated by advocates and judges from district and high courts of Goa and nearby areas.

The Moot Court Organizers of Lex Omnia Moot Court on behalf of BITS-Pilani K.K. Birla Goa Campus would like to invite your esteemed University/College to participate in this fulfilling experience.

Contact

Kalyani Menon: +91-8128229727

Yuvam Sharma: +91-9413560705

Email: lexomnia@bits-waves.org

For full details, visit the links given below.

Proposition

Registration Form

Rulebook

Schedule

Payment Details

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1 COMMENT

  1. The worst moot court experience I have ever had. Bunch of illiterate engineers organising a moot court competition. Shame in BITS Pilani.

    There was a flaw in the scoring, which more than 10 teams believed. The result was tempered with. No signature of judges on the scoresheets.
    Even after 4 hours of fighting, they denied to show the scoresheets. Even the scoring pattern mentioned in the rulebook want followed which they themselves admit.

    We were judged by a bunch of engineers having no knowledge of law. No faculty involved. In case of a dispute, the organiser, Ms. Kalyani Menon says, “I am the organiser of this moot competition, but I have no responsibility as to any dispute”.

    Paid Rs. 9000 for a shitty non ac accommodation and an experience where you are cheated.

    And so called EXPERTS from Symbiosis Law School Pune had just one thing to say, that we are no one here, talk to organisers.

    Thanks to NLSIU Bangalore for their unconditional support in convincing the organisers to show the scoresheets “after a week when everything cools down” and new scoresheets are prepared.

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