Moot Court


The main aim of the event is to create awareness with respect to Patent laws, ethics, regulation policies, procedures, Pharmacy law and working of the FDA – one of the world’s most comprehensive and effective networks of public health and consumer protection. The moot ‘court’ should reflect, as far as possible, a courtroom scene in reality. Moot court does not involve actual testimony by witnesses, cross-examination, or the presentation of evidence, but is focused solely on the application of the law to a common set of evidentiary assumptions and facts to which the competitors must be introduced The moot is presided over by at least one judge who delivers a judgment at the end of the moot on the law and on the result of the moot itself. As many students will be aware, the legal profession is an increasingly difficult one to enter. Mooting may also help the students to build confidence in public speaking, general research, and presentation skills. In other words, mooting experience can benefit every student whether or not they plan to follow a traditional legal career path upon graduation.


This round firstly is a written quiz related to current affairs related to legal issues, FDA related ACTS, rules, laws, GMP, patents etc.

There will be drafting of the legal document comprising of the grounds for appeal, research related to the issue, structuring and presentation of the issue. In this round, the teams have to draft as appellants and the respondents also, this will give them a brief idea about draft preparation. Based on these, eliminations will be made.

This round is the legal battle in the moot court. For more details contact Event Heads.


  1. This Case Study will be released on Vortex ICT website. (The draft of the given issue should be prepared prior to Round 1) After qualifying for Round 1, the participants have to submit their case study.
  2. The order in which the mooters will speak will be predefined.
  3. Each team consists of two mooters; each mooter gets 5 minutes to speak.
  4. The judge can stop them and question them at any point the clock will NOT be.
  5. he opposition team does not have the right to reply or question during the 5 minutes.
  6. At the end of both the teams’ proposals, there will be 10minutes allotted, where the format will be like a debate at this point even the audience gets to participate. (Extra points for audience participation).Four teams will be qualified. There will be two moot courts held with two different cases to be fought thus there will be two winning teams. (May change depending on the elimination results)
  7. The decision taken by the authorities will be the final decision.
  8. The number of participants: One team must comprise of two students only.


  • Ankit Pugalia- 9987590438 / 7021714706
  • Rahul Jadhav- 9004305474