National Legal Drafting Competition by Draft Panacea
About Draft Panacea
Draft Panacea is a sui generis legal initiative which aims at raising a concern for critical aspects of Legal Drafting in India, which includes, but is not limited to:
- Delay and Pendency at all stages of Litigation and at all levels of Courts due to poor drafting.
- Quality (in lower courts) and Affordability (at Higher Courts) of Legal Drafting.
- Approach of Law Schools towards Legal Drafting.
- Importance of niche Legal Drafting.
About the Competition
Draft Panacea presents to you- National Legal Drafting Competition. The proposition for this competition is based on Drafting of a Legal Notice. Legal Notice is a Legal Correspondence that is made by the Advocate of the aggrieved party to the other party or their Advocate, highlighting the grievance with an objective to resolve the issue as the last resort, before instituting a court proceeding against the wrongdoer.
This is a unique opportunity in the sense that in this competition, you not only learn how to draft a Legal Notice but also put your learning on test while competing with others. Last but not the least, you get a review on your submission, making sure you know the areas you need to work harder. Thus, this is not just a competition where you just participate, but you always Learn, Compete and Win!
Last date to register: 15th April, 2021.
Last date for submission: 20th April, 2021.
Guidelines and Proposition is available here.- https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KMh-jq5bZoIE4Q__w9c0zcTwAEwlg6a7/view?usp=sharing
You will get access to the Workshop to learn the concepts and actual drafting of a Legal Notice once you registered for the competition.
Register now at- https://forms.gle/vKqbKoHyMeMpyc6ZA
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