The National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore bagged the winning trophy at the 15th edition of the Henry Dunant Memorial Moot Court Competition organized by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in partnership with Indian Society of International Law (ISIL).
The competition, held over 17-20 September in New Delhi, saw an unprecedented level of participation – with law students coming from 59 universities across the country. The high quality of the contest was attested to by Honourable Justice Madan B Lokur when, during the inaugural session, he affirmed that “…the Henry Dunant Memorial Moot Competition is the largest moot competition in the country as well as the biggest in the domain of international law.”
The 15th edition of the competition featured over 180 students from as far as Jammu and Kashmir, Meghalaya and Madurai, alongside 40 judges and 20 volunteers.
The judges were invited from a wide pool of experts made up of practitioners, academics, representatives of the armed forces, and government departments.
The team from National Law University Dwarka was runners-up after putting up a tough fight against NLSIU. Both the teams would proceed to the Henry Dunant Memorial Moot Competition Regional Rounds scheduled to take place in December later this year in Lahore.
Prizes were also awarded for best memorial, best speaker, and best researcher.
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