Moot Court is a venue, to the analysis, drafting, presentation, and arguing skills to test the ability of upcoming lawyers. The Moot Court is a forum that assists the students of the college. To develop their faculties of rational thinking, articulation, presentation of arguments and strives to inculcate to each student. The spirit of professionalism, leadership and a strong desire for acquiring legal knowledge. It is an opportunity to focus on an issue, prepare the in-depth written products and improve the art of advocacy.
Why Mooting is Important?
Mooting is important for law students it provides with immense knowledge and practical aspects of the legal system. It helps the student to apply the prevailing law in the particular case. By doing such an activity, a student enhances his analytical, research and writing skills that practicing lawyers. Then it’s easy to argue with the judges in court in the best manner.
Lawyers are the policymakers and today’s youth is tomorrow’s leader.
The Al-Ameen College of Law has taken an initiative of organizing the National Moot Court Competition. After the success of the National Debate Competition started organizing the National Moot Court Competition in the year 2016. After the success of the 1st National Moot Court Competition, we continued to organize this nationally recognized event every year.
As of now, the Al-Ameen College of Law has organized 4 National Moot Court Competition. To this nationally recognized event, teams from all over India participated. Every year the moot proposition focuses on emerging trends of Constitution, IPR, Rights of Forest Dwellers, Environmental Laws, Wildlife Protection Drugs and Cosmetics laws, Laws on Pharmaceuticals, Science and Technologies. We believe that this competition is an attempt to recognize and appreciate the sharp legal minds across the country with a platform to develop their skills and their legal knowledge. The moot court has become the best platform to law students from various parts of the country to introduce themselves with other students from different Best law colleges.
“What is mooted by us today will be policy for the future.”