World Moot on International Law and Animal Rights at NALSAR, Hyderabad 

Registrations are invited for World Moot on International Law and Animal Rights at NALSAR, Hyderabad. Register by July 22!

About the Organiser

The WMILAR, or the World Moot in International Law and Animal Rights, is the World’s 1st Global Moot Competition & Moot Training Courses on Animal Rights Law.

Details about the Event

The WMILAR combines traditional aspects of International Law (including, but not limited to, International Human Rights Law and International Environmental Law) with contemporary animal rights issues.

It does so through a mooting competition for law students and a two-pronged training course for law students and law teachers. These are held at the regional level in various bases worldwide, and competition winners from the regionals participate in the finals, held at the international level.

Eligibility

Students pursuing undergraduate, postgraduate (excl. doctoral), and vocational training at a law school

Location

For Eastern, South-Eastern, and Southern Asia: Hyderabad, India

How to Register?

Interested participants can register using the link provided at the end of this post.

Fee Details

  • In-person competition: 26,625 INR
  • Online competition: 12,250 INR
  • In-person training course (either): 20,500 INR
  • Online training course (either): 10,500 INR

Prizes

Legal internships with law sets/firms, senior advocates, NGOs, memberships of animal law think tanks, etc.

Deadlines

  • 3 June 2024: Opening of registrations
  • 24 June 2024: Start of release of moot problem (individually and privately, upon payment of registration fees)
  • 22 July 2024: Closing of registrations | Announcement of participants | Release of agenda and programme
  • 19 August 2024: Memorial submission deadline
  • 26-28 August 2024: Training courses
  • 29-30 August 2024: Regional competition rounds | Announcement of winners

Contact Information

Email: enquiries@wmilar.com

Click here for the official link.

Click here to apply.

Leave a Reply