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Kohima Law College conducts moot court

By EMN Updated: Jun 17, 2022 11:31 pm
The mooter along with Kezhokhoto Savi after the conduct of moot court at the moot hall of Kohima Law College on Friday.

Dimapur, June 17 (EMN): Kohima Law College (KLC) conducted a moot court on several moot problems involving both criminal and civil case and constitutional issues for the LL.B final year students in the college premises on June 17.

The teacher-in-charge of BCI practical/ clinical education, assistant professor Kezhokhoto Savi, stated that the purpose of organising and conducting moot court was to help the law students to become a successful lawyer in future. He mentioned that students learned the good knowledge of legal language, good knowledge of speaking, good knowledge of appearance before the court and good knowledge of common sense and behaviour through the moot court. Savi further stated that a lawyer required three essential pillars namely integrity, hard work and honesty to be successful and trusted counsel in modern society.

He explained that moot court means an artificial court conducted in law schools, which would enabled build confidence to the students to conduct cases in future when they are called upon to do so in their professional life.

During the moot court, students were asked to argue on points of law. They are required to develop their argumental skill and art of preparation and presentation of legal documents.

“Moot court develops professional skill. Moot court will pay a meaningful role in their future life,” Savi stated.

As moot court is part of Bar Council of India practical papers/ clinical course, students have participated actively as a final preparation to face university exam on moot court scheduled on June 20.

Earlier, the students visited several lawyers’ chamber and court both High Court and District Courts to learn the court proceedings.

By EMN Updated: Jun 17, 2022 11:31:13 pm