The exercise of mooting is one of the highlights of every law curriculum of most of the universities at home and abroad. It teaches students skills quintessential for solving legal problems. The BiLD Moot Court Society is founded to develop the interests of students in the activity of mooting, facilitate students to understand intricacies of legal research, acquire sufficient stronghold over the utilization of online legal databases, organize research to crisp and clear legal propositions on the issues presented in a moot proposition which finally culminates in to a clinching argument in a moot court competition. Our researchers and affiliated members host monthly sessions throughout the year on various aspects of mooting which range from introduction to mooting, use of research operators, tenets of legal reading and research, interpretation of statutes, moot demonstrations, drafting a moot problem, drafting a memorandum, formatting a memorandum and mechanics of oral advocacy.
In addition, the society wants to organize national and international moot court competition to assist students in their first and sophomore year of law school to acquaint them with the exercise of mooting. Furthermore, the society deals with all specific and ancillary aspects of organization of moot court competitions, circulation of invitations of national and international moot court competitions, client counselling competitions, mediation and negotiation competitions, trial advocacy competitions, allotment of the teams and assistance to students in completing respective registration processes of competitions. The society runs a mentorship programme, wherein researchers of the Institute act as mentors to the teams representing at various moot court competitions. The society arranges practice oral rounds and feedback sessions for the teams to get some good touch before they leave for the competition. The society also has a memo formatting team, which plays a significant role in making written submissions of the teams adhere to technical and computational specifications.