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Internationalism Global Moot Court Competition, 2022 [Virtual Edition]

Dates to be Announced; The 2021 Edition Concluded on February 21, 2021

About the Competition

  • The IGMCC is a special moot court competition by Internationalism, which embraces the participation of talented individuals in the realm of international law. The moot court competition is also a policy forum to find the best minds in law and international relations;

The Team

  • Abhivardhan, Co-Founder, IGMCC and Executive Convenor

  • Agni Das, Special Deputy Convenor

  • Tudor Ion-Gheorghe, Founder, IGMCC (former)

  • Satyaroop Kar, Special Coordinator

  • Rashmi Rekha, Special Coordinator

  • Aparajita Sarkar (from Internationalism)

Winners of the Competition, 2021 Edition

  • Amity Law School Noida, represented by - Advaith Hayakrive, G Aditya Krishnan & Aayushi Jain

Runners-Up of the Competition, 2021 Edition

  • Symbiosis Law School, Pune, represented by - Shreyashi Raj, Praneet Prakash Nambiar & Khyati Sharma

Winners of the Memorial Rounds, 2021 Edition & Best Memorial (Respondent)

  • Symbiosis Law School, Pune, represented by - Shreyashi Raj, Praneet Prakash Nambiar & Khyati Sharma

Runners-Up of the Memorial Rounds, 2021 Edition & Best Memorial (Applicant)

  • KIIT Law School, Bhubaneshwar, India, represented by - Sakshi Sahoo, Ashika Ranjan & Anindita Chatopadhyay

The Moot Problem and Rules, 2021

Scythian Republic v. People’s Democratic Republic of Subah
Case Concerning the “Treaty of ScythSu”
In the International Court of Justice under Art. 36 of the Statute of the Court

Highlights of the 2021 Edition

Important Dates

  • TBA until Dates for the 2022 Edition are announced.

Prizes

  • Internship opportunity at Internationalism and its affiliated projects and ventures – South Asian Journal of International Law by Internationalism, the Indian International Law Programme and others for the participants

  • Free Publication opportunity for the winners of the Preliminary Rounds in the Indic Journal of International Law, South Asian Journal of International Law or any of our books

  • Based on the performance in the competition, students will be invited by Internationalism Research to contribute and participate in our research projects, with much avenues and benefits connected beyond publication and recognition

Winner Categories

 

Winner - Oral Rounds
Runners-up - Oral Rounds
Semi-finalists (3rd and 4th) - Oral Rounds
Best Memorial
Runners-up Memorial
Best Speaker
Runners-up Speaker

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