June 29, 2021
IBC16 invites submissions from students for blog posts exclusively covering the NCLT and NCLAT judgments from the months of May & June 2021.
(NO REGISTRATION FEES)
For the first time, we are trying to introduce a bottom-up approach to scholarship on judicial decisions. The judgments from the higher judiciary tend to attract most of the media and scholarly attention, and for good reason. But we believe that a more rigorous examination of the NCLT and NCLAT decisions could pre-emptively highlight tricky legal areas.
The top three entries will be published on IBC16, in addition to receiving:
First Prize of Rs. 3250/-
Second Prize of Rs. 1750/-
Third Prize of Rs. 1000/-
Entries will be judged by a panel of industry experts. They will be looking for submissions that –
Section X, IBC16’s judgment search portal, has got your case law research covered – the only place online where you can find and download any NCLT/NCLAT judgment with just a click.
Guidelines for Submission
You can submit your entries here till 2359 hrs on 15 July 2021.
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(The second prize winning entry by Abhinandan Sharma, a fourth year law student at SLS, Noida, in IBC16’s first edition of the blog writing competition.)September 7, 2021
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