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Shri Vile Parle Kelvani Mandal's

Pravin Gandhi College of Law

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Moot Court Society

The Moot Court Society (MCS) of Pravin Gandhi College of Law (PGCL) believes in its motto which is Improvidus, Apto, Quod Victum meaning Improvise, Adapt, and Overcome. The MCS raison d'être the values of effective oral advocacy and legal drafting skills to sharpen the student’s acumen for the legal profession.

MCS was founded on the very foundation of stimulating the spirit of mooting among the students of the institution by rendering various opportunities to proliferate participation while catering to the legal exigencies. The society launches an array of events on a National as well as Intra collegiate levels to promote legal awareness and nurtures the proficient lawyer. It enables and instils the fundamental legal ethos which is of paramount importance to law students.

Improvidus, Apto, Quod Victum

OUR MOTTO

Upcoming Events

01.

2nd PGCL SAARC
International Moot Court Competition, 2022

Since its inception in 2005, the vision of MCS has been to promote the culture of mooting among the legal peers so craft the art of justice. Thus, enabling a platform for students to join hands to enhance the judicial process of our respective nations.


Our vision has been a reality over the years with the Committee organizing the trial competition namely “Nyayvalokan – National Trial Advocacy Competition” which witnessed its 10th glorious year in 2019. As the calendar turns, we have witnessed participation from various law schools and experienced a scintillating spirit for the same.

02.

CONFICIENDIS LEGISLATIVA
Legislative Drafting Competition, 2022

'The legislative power belongs to the people, and can belong to it alone' - Rousseau

A good piece of legislation is the foundation of any democratic society. It reflects the voice of the people. 
The Moot Court Society of Pravin Gandhi College of Law brings to you the 11th Edition of Conficiendis Legislativa, National Legislative Drafting Competition, 2022 (LDC).

LDC is a platform where students across India have the opportunity to step into the shoes of the lawmakers', as they are the to-be torch bearers of the legal fraternity. LDC is unique in its way,drafting a bill and experiencing the nuances borne by the legislature.

News and Updates of
Moot Court Society

Rules and Regulations - 
2nd SAARC International Moot Court Competition, 2022

Brochure -
2nd SAARC International Moot Court Competition, 2022 

Moot Proposition -
2nd SAARC International Moot Court Competition, 2022

Circular Of Events - 
23rd November 2021
 

Eliminations - 11th Jan, 2022

Allotment Notice - 9th Jan, 2022

Clarifications -
2nd SAARC International Moot Court Competition, 2022