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National Law University Dwarka wins moot court competition

National Law University, Dwarka won the 8th K K Luthra memorial international moot court competition held at the India Habitat Centre.

delhi Updated: Jan 23, 2012 00:39 IST
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National Law University, Dwarka won the 8th K K Luthra memorial international moot court competition held at the India Habitat Centre.

Indian Law Society, Pune was the runner-up. The Best speaker team of the competition was the George Washington University Law School, USA.

This year, the issue was corporate criminal liability.

The final rounds on Sunday were judged by Justice Sanjiv Khanna, Justice Hima Kohli and Justice Manmohan Singh of the Delhi high court.

Justice T S Thakur of the Supreme Court was the chief guest at the prize distribution ceremony. This is the only criminal law moot court competition held at the international level.

Since 2005, the Campus Law Centre has been organising the competition each year in the memory of late KK Luthra, senior advocate and a leading criminal lawyer. Sixty-two 62 took part in the competition, including Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge(UK) Northumbria University (UK) the George Washington University Law School (USA) and the Pakistan Law College (Lahore, Pakistan).