“Amity National Moot Court Competition” organized by Amity Law School, Delhi from March 3- 5, 2017, concluded today at University Campus, Sector- 125, Noida with the team from Symbiosis Law School, Pune being declared the winners of the Competition
28 teams representing various National Law Colleges across the country will participate in the Competition including Gujarat National Law University,Symbiosis Law School Pune, National Law School of India University, Bangalore,National Law School, Orissa, Nirma University, Gujrat; RJNLU, Patiala and others.
The Semi- Finals were contested between School of Excellence in Law, Tamil Nadu and Nirma University; Llyod College and Symbiosis Law School, Pune. The teams from Nirma University and Symbiosis Law School, Pune hardly fought the finals.
Welcoming the distinguished guests and participants,Prof. (Dr.) Dilip Kumar Bandyopadhyay- Acting Chairman, Amity Law Schools said that “Amity National Moot Court Competition” provided a golden opportunity to the student to interact with the sitting Judges and thereby, gain knowledge from their vast repository of experience gained over the years. Prof. Bandyopadhyay expressed that law is all pervasive and the endeavor at Amity Law Schools is to equip aspiring lawyers to serve the society and make it a better place to live. He motivated the students to stand for the truth and ensure speedy justice to the people.
Addressing the gathering during the Valediction ofthe Amity National Moot Court Competition (ANMC), Hon’ble Mr. JusticeSanjeev Sachdeva, Delhi High Court said that Law is a noble profession and it empowers a person. People in society seek advice and guidance from legal professionals who are considered well-endowed with knowledge of all matters. He stressed that earlier law was the least preferred career option and only those students who were left with no other option, use to pursue Law but now students with real passion for the legal profession, are entering into the same. He motivated the budding lawyers to gather knowledge from Internet, Books and other sources and work on their communication skills since if they have knowledge but are not able to convey the same in the Court with conviction, itis most likely that they will not be able to win the case.
Mr.Shaharyar Asaf Khan, Convener, ANMC presented the vote of thanks.