Moot Court Hall

Mooting per se is a law school activity where students argue on fictional or hypothetical cases in an artificially created arrangement which is quite alike real court settings. Mooting is contemplated as a paramount activity for self -grooming and self-growth of undergraduate law students as it enhances skills sets such as team work, research and oratory skills and above all provides an invaluable and enriching experience to the undergraduate students who participate in this co-curricular activity. To boost this Institute of Law has state of art moot court hall and additional two smaller moot courts with state of art technology, fully air conditioned and with proper judicial settings to help the undergraduate students with their practice, preparation and presentations for such moot court competitions. The moot court hall with a seating capacity of 300 students also hosts the annual Institute of Law moot court competition, one of the Institution’s flagship event.