We give the students a multifaceted learning experience within the institution through several committees like:
Moot Court means a replica of a real court where legal proceedings and trials take place and thus it is also known as a Mock Court where students who are studying law act as professional and take up all the responsibilities and duties according to their role to see their ability to think creatively and answer convincingly when questioned and show their oratory, writing and persuasive skills. Moot Court is a way a student is groomed as a proper lawyer. It is one of the modern methods of giving practical knowledge to the students by putting them in a hypothetical situation similar to that of a real court and then the two teams each on one side argue upon fictional cases and those questions of law with are debatable in reality and which have not been binded or are still the lawmakers are silent on some facts. Moot Court, now is one of the biggest and efficient sources from where people get the education and imbibe all the qualities and skill that a lawyer require.
Importance of Moot court to a law student
Mooting helps in the overall development of an individual as a good and proficient lawyer and participating in Moot Court Competition regularly makes a student familiar with the proceedings that take place generally in real courtrooms. In this process the students gain the following benefits:
About the Academy
Our Institute has a well-furnished and spacious Moot Court Hall. We also have a Moot Court Academy under which all the students are given training to participate in the Inter and Intra College Level, National and International Level Moot Court Competitions. Students are also taken to the District Courts & High Court to observe the regular proceedings which ensure their participatory learning.
Moot Court Exercises are designed by legal institutes to hone the advocacy skills in the students of law. Moot Courts are exercises geared up to endow students with facility in preparation of written submission and planning, organising and marshalling arguments in the given time so as to convince the presiding ofﬁcer. RVILS Moot Court Academy was established on 18th June, 2021 with an objective of familiarising students with the various stages of trial in civil and criminal cases and exposes them to the real court experience.
Students pursuing 5 year B.A. LL.B./ B.B.A LL.B. Integrated Degree Course are trained through class moot court exercises in the 10th semester of their study. Besides, Students are constantly trained and given opportunities to participate in International, National, State level Moot Court Competitions hosted by various law colleges of repute from across the globe and Intra College Moot Court Competition. Students are also trained in Trial Advocacy, Client Counselling, Judgement Writing, Legislation Drafting, Model Youth Parliament etc.
Inauguration and First Intra College Moot Court Competition: On 18th June, 2021 RVILS Moot Court Academy was inaugurated by Prof. (Dr.) C.S. Patil, Professor of Law & Head, Research Centre, Research in Democracy & Constitutional Government, KSLU, Hubballi and presided by CA Dr. Vishnu Bharat, Chairman, Governing Council, RVILS and Trustee, RSST. With an objective to afford students of RVILS an opportunity to learn the practical and theoretical aspects of law First Intra College Moot Court Competition was successfully organized by the academy in virtual mode on 18th & 19th June, 2021. The moot proposition was based on facets of constitutional law. The competition witnessed 12 Teams which was presided by 11 adjudicators from Bar and Academia.
2nd Intra College Moot Competition was organised by Moot Court Academy from 11 to 13th August, 2022, it revolved around the subject of Constitutional and Environmental Law. The competition saw a tremendous Participation of 27 Teams. The Final Round of the Competition was judged by eminent legal Luminary Smt. Anu Chengappa, Advocate, High Court of Karnataka and legal experts consisting of Prof (Dr.) Anjina Reddy K.R. Principal, RVILS and Mr. Arun S. Assistant Professor of Law, RVILS. The Preliminary, Quarter Finals and Semi Final Rounds were judged by the learned faculties of RVILS.
|Sl no||Description||Team Code/ Individual Code||Participants names||Class|
|1||Best Memorial||RV01||1. Mr. Mankala Surya Teja||6th Semester B.B.A., LL.B.|
|2. Ms. Aatmajaa||4th Semester B.B.A., LL.B|
|3. Ms. Varshika Sai Kanala||4th Semester B.B.A., LL.B|
|2||Best Researcher Place I||RV01R||Ms. Varshika Sai Kanala||4th Semester, B.B.A.,LL.B.|
|3||Best Researcher Place II||RV06R||Mr. Gagan M.||2nd semester, B.A., LL.B.|
|4||Best Speaker||RV13S01||Ms. Navya T.N.||4th Semester, B.A., LL.B.|
|5||Runner Up||RV04||1 Pratham. G. Moro||2nd semester B.B.A., LL.B|
|2 Aryan. A. Shetty||2nd semester B.B.A., LL.B|
|3 Ankith. P||2nd semester B.B.A., LL.B|
|6||Winner||RV12||1 Damodar M Nayak||4th semester B.B.A., LL.B.|
|2 Ayushman Kumar B||4th semester B.B.A., LL.B.|
|3 Darpanraj Somayaji G. N.||4th semester B.B.A., LL.B.|