This year, Amity Law School, Noida is hosting the 5th edition of the Amity International Moot Court Competition, and this time, the moot is completely paper-less. This is an initiative which shows are support for our honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s initiative of Digital India, and is also a step towards protecting our environment, because by going paperless, we save thousands of sheets of paper that are used in traditional moots.
We pitched the idea to prominent people of our country, and have been graced by their acceptance of our invitation to judge the competition. The judges’ panel for this event includes, but is not limited to, a Supreme Court judge, two Delhi High Court judges, and a few senior advocates.
We have almost 40 teams competing, including a team each from Sri Lanka and Nepal, which will no doubt help promote relations between our countries.
The event starts today, at the moot court hall of I2 Block in Amity University. Teams have already started arriving.