As experts of legal studies claim, law is emerging as one of the popular career choices in India and with the admissions season for legal studies knocking doors; law aspirants must have buckled their belts to claim a seat in NLUs. But before you grab a seat in one of the NLUs, Careers360 shows you a glimpse of some interactive sessions in these NLUs including mooting.
“Mooting is a unique educational tool; which provides an excellent foundation and application for experiential and problem based learning for law students,” says Dr.Ranbir Singh, Vice Chancellor, National Law University Delhi.
In this special series on moot courts, Careers360 in conversation with Dr.Ranbir Singh brings you expert insights on the same.Dr. Ranbir Singh shares an overview of the mooting sessions, its advantages and learning outcome from the mooting activity.
He also talks on how this interactive learning activity which helps in enhancing the overall personality of a law student and also helps in analyzing legal issues.
Read this exclusive interview of NLU Delhi VC to know more on mooting activities.
Excerpts of Interview –
Careers360: Share a brief idea on moot courts?Dr. Ranbir Singh: A moot is a simulation of a court room/arbitration environment, where two teams compete against each other based on a factual problem known as the moot problem. This is a mock case which contains current legal issues for the teams to research and argue on. Moots thus, are the test of the research and presentation skills of the participants.
Careers360: When does the mooting season begin in NLU Delhi?Dr. Ranbir Singh: The mooting season in NLU Delhi begins in April when the Internal Moot Selections (IMS) are held.
The first stage is the memo elimination where the top 50 teams make it to the oral rounds. After the oral rounds, the allocation is done from a pool of national and international moots for the entire year.
The IMS is a major event in the University calendar.
Careers360: How a law student learns from mooting?Dr. Ranbir Singh: Mooting sessions help inanalyzingthe legal issues.The main motive of the mooting activity is to demonstrate the practical side of practicing law.
An oral argument during a mooting activity demands preparation, ability to think quickly and respond convincingly.
Careers360: What attributes and etiquettes students need to possess during a mooting session?Dr. Ranbir Singh: Students must learn to anticipate difficult questions about the legal position and to respond intelligently and persuasively. Therefore, mooting provides an opportunity to learn applicable law and to enhance student’s written and oral advocacy skills.
Careers360: How can Moot Court experience stimulate in student’s learning outcomes and act as an added advantage for them? Dr. Ranbir Singh: Mooting is considered as a unique educational tool. It acts as a basic foundation and application for experiential and problem based learning.
A Moot session requires a high degree of group work, peer learning and stimulates the competitiveness among students. It can also be viewed as a highly interactive advantageous experience.
The chance to exercise language skills directly into the substantive area of legal study seems to positively impact the overall development and learning outcome of a law student.
Careers360: Share a brief idea on moot courts, their importance and practice?Dr. Ranbir Singh: Mooting dynamics are essential in overcoming public speaking fear of the students and helps them to become an extrovert personality from an introvert individual. In such mooting sessions and learning environment, students start to discover their abilities and skills and develop a strong grip over language and law.
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Eligibility of integrated law program is having passed 10+2 from a recogized board with minimum 50% aggregate, there's relaxation of 5% in case of reserved category. Admission to the top universities are based on entrance.
Entrance test conducted as as follows-
National Law University, Delhi is one of the best law universities in India, offering courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
The university offers various PG and UG courses across the stream of Law and Management.
The university conducts the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) for admission in BA LLB, LLM, and PhD courses. All candidates, other than those applying under the Foreign Nationals category, should appear for the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) and the selection will be solely on that basis.
Therefore, only Foreign Nationals are exempted from appearing in the examination and can get direct admission given that they have obtained a minimum of 65% in their qualifying examination.
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Hello aspirant. Firstly, the subjects are english, mathematics just the basic maths, GK, legal aptitude and reasoning. Hope you would be aware of the syllabus. If not, drop a comment, I will help you with that.
1. English... usual ones like, blanks, synonyms, passages so on and so forth. Practice the previous year question papers
2. Basic mathematics .. algebra, work and time, Quant of basic level, distance etc ..practice RS agarwal books and ncert books bits, it would be more than enough. But practice daily
3. GK... get to know all the static gk question and answers that are constant. Regarding current affairs ,follow news and news paper daily. If possible note down the issues going on for long time
4.legal aptitude .. solve the current legal problems, read the case studies given in the net that are solved before related to legal problems. The many you solve, the better it would be
5. Reasoning.. again, practice rs agarwal book, previous reasoning and non verbal questions. Solve the test papers
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Well dear with hard work,determination,time mangement ,perseverance and vigorous practise any exam can be easily cracked.If you are confused between the two then you can select the one that lies more in your interest zone.
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I would like to inform you that it is highly unlikely for National Law University Delhi to roll back the 50% domicile reservation even after the students have revolted against them because this is not the first time it is happening and it will happen as long as NLU Delhi exists in India. Probability of removal is still very less.
Let me know if you have further clarifications by mentioning it in the comment section below.
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