KU holds Moot Court competition

CUK lifts winning trophy
Srinagar: The two-day Shah Hamdan Moot Court Competition concluded at the University of Kashmir on Thursday, with Central University of Kashmir lifting the winning trophy.
The Competition was organized by Law Society of the University’s Department of Law.
Some 12 teams participated in it, out of which four teams competed in Semi Finals. The Final was held between Kashmir Law College and Central University of Kashmir teams.
KU Vice-Chancellor Prof Khurshid Iqbal Andrabi presided over the final session of the Competition and gave away prizes among winners and runner-up teams, best advocates, best researchers etc.
Justice (retd.) Bashir Ahmad Kirmani, member State Accountability Commission, was chief guest on the occasion.
“All the presenters were at their best with their advocacy and arguments and counter-arguments,” Justice Kirmani said.
Dean and Head, Faculty of Law, Prof Mohammad Ayoub Dar, said the Competition was held to enhance advocacy skills of students.
CUK lifted the winning trophy while Kashmir Law College emerged as the runner-up team.
Also present on the occasion were Prof M A Wani, Dean Academic Affairs, Prof GM Shah, Dean Colleges, Muhammad Shafi Khan, former Principal District and Sessions Judge, Srinagar, Prof Shafiq Punjabi, Prof Altaf Ahmad and Prof Noor Mohammad Bilal, former faculty members of Law Department, Dr Mohammad Hussain, senior faculty member of the Department and other officials and academics of the University.

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