HYDERABAD: SVKM’s NMIMS Hyderabad School of Law (SOL) has added a new feather to its cap with the inauguration of a modern Moot Court Hall. The new facility is set to enhance the academic experience of aspiring law students by providing them with a realistic courtroom experience. The inauguration ceremony was graced by esteemed guests, including Justice B. Vijaysen Reddy, Judge at the Telangana High Court, and Justice B. Papireddy, Principal District and Sessions Judge at Mahbubnagar, along with several other dignitaries from the legal fraternity.
Moot Courts are a vital training ground for aspiring lawyers and students, enabling them to hone their advocacy skills and develop a deeper understanding of legal principles. The simulation is typically used in law schools, legal competitions, and some advanced undergraduate programs to prepare students for the real-world demands of litigation. The new Moot Court Hall at NMIMS School of Law Hyderabad is a state-of-the-art infrastructure that provides students with a realistic courtroom experience, including modern technology, professional resources, and expert guidance.
Expressing gratitude, Dr. Mohammed Samiulla Arab, Associate Dean, School of Law, Hyderabad, NMIMS, said, “It is focused on imparting invaluable skills to the students, preparing them for a successful legal career.” Established in 2018 by NMIMS University, the programs offered in the law school have all the qualities and niceties of the programs offered by world-class universities all over the world. The school’s faculty members are well qualified and experienced with a wide range of quality legal publications and are also associated with social justice legal education.“
The newly built Moot Court Hall at NMIMS Hyderabad School of Law is a pivotal addition to the prestigious institution’s academic and legal landscape. The hall is aimed at fostering critical skills such as legal research, persuasive argumentation, and public speaking among students. The NMIMS student community is diversity-rich irrespective of region, religion, sexual orientation, etc.