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02:55 PM, May 24, 2018 / LAST MODIFIED: 02:56 PM, May 24, 2018

IHL mooting competition held at UAP

University of Asia Pacific Moot Court Club (UAPMCC) organised the 2nd Inter Semester Moot Court Completion on the issues of International Humanitarian Law (IHL) for the students of Department of Law and Human Rights, University of Asia Pacific (UAP), on May 11 and 12, 2018.

A total of 10 teams of the department participated in the Competition. Former Mooters from different universities currently serving at academia and as practitioners were the adjudicators at the competition. 

Mr. Manur Al Matin, Advocate at the Supreme Court of Bangladesh, Mr. Mubrook Mohmmad, Consultant at US Embassy, Ms. Arpeeta Shams Mizan, Lecturer in Law, University of Dhaka, and Mr. Nuran Choudhury, National Administrator of Jessup International Moot Court Competition, were adjudicators in the final round.

Team comprised with Forhad Hossain, Joy Das and Mahfuj Hasan became the champion and the team comprised with S. M. Morsalin Hider, Hasib Ahmed and Protysh Ahmed Mim became the runners-up in the competition. S. M. Morsalin Hider emerged as the Best Mooter while Mahfuj Hasan as the Best Researcher. The Best Memorial award went to the champion team.

Mr. Salahuddin Ahmed, former Attorney General for Bangladesh and currently the Director of School of Law, UAP, was the Chief Guest at the closing ceremony.

UAPMCC regularly held Workshops and Competition with a view to help the mooters to get prepared for upcoming national and international moot court competitions.

THE EVENT WAS COVERED BY S. M. MORSALIN HIDER, PRESIDENT OF UAP MOOT COURT CLUB, UNIVERSITY OF ASIA PACIFIC.

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