Mooting is the closest experience that a student can have whilst at law school to appearing in court. This simulated exercise involves identifying legal issues, undertaking extensive research on legal themes, which is then followed by written submissions and grilling orals before a bench of judges - in short, everything, a lawyer is expected to do. Gaining mooting experience goes a long way in honing lawyering skills. It also helps in developing research skills, building confidence in public speaking and improving of overall presentation skills.
The Moot Court Society at Law Centre-II serves to nurture future lawyers, and to that end plays an instrumental role in igniting interest in mooting. In pursuit of this vision, the Moot Court Society of Law Center-II along with the support of the Faculty members organizes several Intra- College Moot Court Competitions.
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The team from our college were also adjudged as the semi-finalists at Law Vision 2015, Dr. Ambedkar College Nagpur.
We recently successfully organized a National level Moot Court Competition, “JUSTIFIED ‘15” which witnessed participation from 36 teams from all over the country contributing to the success of the same.
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The Debating Society acts as the pivot for intellectual discussion among the student community. A student pool of 20 members is currently being trained in developing skills of different debating styles by Prof. Kiran Gupta and Dr.VageshwariDeswal. We are working to promote and encourage debating in all its forms. Various debating competitions give our student members the chance to meet, and debate with students of other educational institutions and also helps in gaining valuable experience in public speaking. Debating events also occasion an opportunity for our students to familiarize themselves with topical issues on socio-legal front.
Our College hosted its 1st National Parliamentary Debate in the month of March 2014, wherein 16 teams from all over the country participated to make the event a grand success. Law Centre-II recently organized “JUSTIFIED ‘15”- National Moot Court and Debate Competition. A total of 33 teams from all over the country participated in the3 day event that was held from 27th-29th March, 2015.
Legal Aid Society aims to develop a culture of giving legal assistance to the needy and less fortunate sections of society. Students of law have a social responsibility too. Legal Aid Society plans to undertake interaction with prison inmates at prisons of NCR region and also looks forward to constructively engage with Delhi Legal Services Authority. The idea is to encourage students of law to be socially responsive and alert. The society also plans to work closely with Legal Aid Cells of courts of Delhi.