Prep Course For International Law Moot Court Competitions
What you'll learn
- How to prepare for Jessup International law Moot Court competition
- How to prepare for any International law Moot Court competition
- Time management when presenting arguments
- Preparing Better Memorials
- Student of LL.B or LL.M
- Interest in International law
- Interest in Mooting
The author of this course is a former participant of the Jessup International Moot Court Competition held during 1979 at Washington D.C, USA.
This course is meant for law students interested in participating in International Law Moot Court Competitions. This course helps students interested in International Law Moot Court Competitions to prepare for the competition in a credible way and will enable them to address issues that might come up while preparing for the competitions. The learners will perform better in the competition and hopefully become winners.
The first lecture of this course details on Conflict Management/Dispute Resolution and Justice Delivery Mechanism.
The second lecture of this course lays out the differences between a real court and a moot court.
The third lecture of this course gives out the differences between Municipal law courts and international law tribunals/courts and also differentiates between soft laws and hard laws which are prevalent in each of the courts respectively.
The fourth lecture of this course addresses issue of time management before and during the arguments.
The fifth lecture of this course talks about issues and preliminary objections.
In the sixth and final lecture of this course, the author gives away tips on Drafting better memorials.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone interested in Participating in International Moot Court Competitions
- Law Students interested in participating in International Moot Court Competitions
• University Research Fellow (URF), Department of Legal Studies, University of Madras. (1984 – 1986)
• Patent Assistant, Remfry & Son (1986 – 1988).
• Assistant Professor, National Law School of India University, Bangalore (1988 – 1992)
• Visiting Lecturer, University Law College, Bangalore (1993 – 1996).
• Infosys Research Fellow, NLSIU, Bangalore (2002 – 2004).
• Regularly drafts and files Patent Applications.
• Teaches Intellectual Property Law at NALSAR Hyderabad, IIM Bangalore, ASCI, Hyderabad, National Law University Jodhpur, Symbiosis Law School and RG School of Intellectual property law, Kharagpur as a Guest Lecturer.
• Actively involved in some of the leading IPR Infringement, EMR Revocations, Opposition and Rectification cases in Bombay, Madras, Bangalore and New Delhi.
• Regularly attends and acts as Resource Person in Professional Improvement Programs on IP Law, Environmental law and International Trade law.
• Headed the Bangalore Office of Krishna & Saurastri Associates, Patents& Trademark Attorneys Bangalore from January,2003- February, 2014.