SASTRA Team wins N.Natarajan Charitable Trusts Inaugural Moot Court Competition 2016
SASTRA Team wins N Natarajan Charitable Trust’s Inaugural Moot Court Competition 2016 organised by Madras Bar Association
School of Law, SASTRA University won theN Natarajan Charitable Trust’s maiden Criminal Law Moot Court Competition organised by the Madras Bar Association from 29th January to 31st January, 2016. The team consisting of Shri Kiran M (IV year B.B.A., LL. B. (Hons.), Shri Vikas Muralidharan (III year B.B.A., LL. B. (Hons.) & Shri Sundar Athreya (III year B.B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) from SASTRA beat the team from the School of Excellence, TN Dr Ambedkar Law University in the Finals of the Competition. The team was awarded with a rolling trophy and a cash prize of Rs. 45,000/- .The moot problem was related to sedition under section IPC 124 A - Sedition and on Articles 14 (Right to Equality), 19 (Right to Freedom of Expression) and 21 (Protection Of Life And Personal Liberty) of the Indian Constitution. Over 15 law schools in Tamil Nadu participated in the moot court competition. The final was judged by the judges of High Court of Madras, namely, Justice Shri N Kirubhakaran, Justice Shri T Raja and retired Judge, Justice Shri T Sudanthiram.
Shri Vikas Muralidharan also won the Second Best Speaker Award. The Award carried a trophy and a cash prize of Rs. 10,000/-.
Students of School of Law with the Winner’s Trophy along with Justice Shri N Kirubhakaran, Justice Shri T Raja and Justice Shri T Sudanthiram