Mooting is the oral presentation of a legal issue or problem against an opposing counsel and before a judge. It is perhaps the closest experience that a student can have whilst at university to appearing in court.
Why should one get involved in mooting?
Mooting now forms a compulsory part of certain law courses, but is still a totally voluntary student-organised activity. At Bharat College of Law, we emphasis to participate in Moot court competitions, gaining mooting experience can have a positive impact on student future career.
Mooting will also help you to build confidence in public speaking, general research, and presentation skills, which are useful skills you can transfer to most careers.
Organising a mooting competition
At Bharat College of Law, we have a student Moot court committee, our students participates in all major National and International Moot court Competitions.
We will organize National Level Moot court competitions.