30th March 2018, Bangalore: Karnataka State Law University organised its 5th International Law Moot Court Competition on the topic of “Territorial Sovergnity” on 23rd and 24th March 2018. The motive behind the moot court competition was “to assist the students in developing their skills in the International Law and to provide the platform for young law students where they can know the issues related to the international law”.

IFIM Law College team comprising of Ms. Vaishnavi as Speaker, Ms. Manju Shree. V as Speaker and Naveen Polisetty as Researcher (pursuing 3rd year BBA L.LB) had participated in the KSLU International Law Moot Court Competition. 21 teams from various prestigious law Colleges/Universities participated in the competition. IFIM team qualified up to Semi-Finals round and secured 3rd position out of 21 teams in the Competition.

The Karnataka State Law university was established in 2009 with the avowed object of providing quality legal education in the state of Karnataka. It is making all out efforts for the growth of legal education in Karnataka by including appropriate components to professionally orient the students.

Moot contenders against IFIM:

Preliminary rounds against Rajiv Gandhi Law College, Bangalore
Quarter Finals against M.S Ramaiah Law College, Bangalore and
Semi-Finals against J.S.S. Law College, Mysore.

The two-days competition was judged by various Judges/ Senior Advocates from District Court to High Court of Karnataka.

KSLU Moot Court Competition
(From Left to Right: Mr. Naveen; Ms. Vaishnavi; Justice S. R. Bannurmath, Hon’ble former Chief Justice of Kerala and former Chairman of Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission; Dr. C.S Patil, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor KSLU; Ms. Manju)