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    Published On : Wed, Oct 7th, 2015
    College Round-up | By Nagpur Today Nagpur News

    1st National Trial Advocacy Moot Court Competition 2015 concludes with valediction


    • NLIU, Bhopal won the first prize as cash Rs.11,000 and trophy

    National Trial Advocacy Moot Court Competition 2015
    Nagpur: The First National Trial Advocacy Moot Court Competition 2015, organized by G.H. Raisoni Law School, which was the only one of its kind in entire Vidharbha Region, was concluded on recently in the college assembly hall at Shraddha House building, Nagpur.

    The conclave concluded with a valedictory function with Jusctice S.B. Shukre, Judge Bombay High Court, as the Chief Guest in the presence of Justice M.N. Gilani (Retd.)  Judge Bombay High Court, Nagpur Bench, who chaired the function. Dr. Jayant Aparajit, Director,  G.H. Raisoni Law School was also present.

    The National Law Institute University (NLIU), Bhopal won the first prize of the best team of the competition.

    They received a cash prize of Rs.11,000 and trophy sponsored by Dewani Associates whereas PGCL, Mumbai came up as the
    runners up team with the second prize of Rs. 7000/- and a trophy, Sponsored by Dewani Associates. The best Trial Advocate was bagged by Pankhudi Khandelwal of NLIU, Bhopal with a cash prize of  Rs. 3500/- and a trophy sponsored by Adv. M.G. Bhangde and the second best Trial Advocate was bagged by Akanksha Indoria of PGCL, Mumbai which was sponsored by Adv. Mohit Khanjanchi. The Best Judgment writer was awarded to Drishti Modi with a cash prize of 2500/- of PGCL, Mumbai and a trophy sponsored by Vishnu Narera and the Best Memorial was bagged by PGCL, Mumbai with cash prize of Rs. 2500/- and a trophy which was sponsored by Pannalal Shahu. The best witness was awarded to Vishwaverdhan Narera of G. H. Raisoni Law School, Nagpur sponsored by Dewani Associates.

    It was a pride moment for the host college to welcome and felicitate the meritorious alumni of the college Khushboo Chhajed,  Pranjali Madnani, Anurag Upadhyay, Mihir Puranik, Kanika Acharya, Prakash Rawlani and Rahul Kishnani with the letter appreciation, floral bouquet and memento.

    On this occasion, Justice S.B. Shukre, highlighted the best qualities required for a lawyer. He was thrilled by the research of the participants and wished they continue the same hard work always. He assured the students that the future is not disappointing if the hard work continues. He was also surprised to see how this generation is very different from their generation. He focused on the working of the Trial Courts and exhibited the qualities like alertness, Robust Commonsense and alacrity are very much important for a spellbinding effect. He concluded by saying being polite and humble always pays.

    National Trial Advocacy Moot Court Competition 2015 (1)
    Justice M. N. Gilani (Retd) in his speech educated the students that how courteousness was an important factor for the budding lawyers. He also explained the landmark judgments of Jacob Mathews and Lewis Martin Cases. He appreciated and congratulated the teams for their efforts and enjoyed watching competition.

    At the outset, Dr. Jayant Aparajit , Director G.H. Raisoni Law School welcomed and felicitated the guests by Shawl, Shreefal floral bouquet and a Memento.

    The vote of thanks was proposed by Sahil Dewani, Moot Convener where he expressed how indebted by all the support of the teaching and non teaching staff and the students who made this event grandeur. The comparing was conducted by Mukta Zadgaokar and Anisha Sharma.

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