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    The School of Law at Mahindra University in Hyderabad will be hosting its first International Moot Court competition from March 1 to 3. The focus of the competition is on the intersection of Law and Technology. The event, organized by the student committee, aims to promote legal excellence among young talents in India.

    The competition will feature esteemed panelists including sitting and retired Supreme Court Judges, High Court Judges, legal practitioners, law firm partners and associates, academicians, and other legal experts. Their involvement ensures that the competition maintains high standards and provides valuable feedback to participating students.

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    The event will kick off with an inaugural session on March 1, with former Supreme Court Judge Justice R Subhash Reddy as the chief guest and the Chairman of Telangana Bar Council, A Narsimha Reddy, as the guest of honor. Preliminary and quarter-final rounds will take place on March 2, followed by the semi-finals and final round on March 3.

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    The final round of the competition will be presided over by eminent jurists such as Justice A Muhamed Mustaque from the Kerala High Court, Justice Vijaysen Reddy and Justice Madhavi Devi from the Telangana High Court, and Dr P S Rao, an Ad hoc Judge at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague.

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