Department of Law, Canadian University of Bangladesh in association with the FutureLaw Initiative is going to host a Certificate Course on Mooting, Legal Research and Advocacy for the law students and interested young mooters of Bangladesh. This will be a ground-breaking initiative, aiming towards personal development and capacity building of future law professionals of the country.
Dates: 25th November 2017 – 25th January 2018
Venue: Department of Law, Canadian University of Bangladesh, House: 99, Road: 11, Banani, Dhaka-1213
Registration Deadline – 23rd November 2017
After successfully completing the course, the participants will know:
- How to ace moot court competitions
- How to conduct cutting-edge legal research
- How to form arguments: opening up the analytical mind
- How to find, interpret and use various types of legal principles/ concepts
- How to present before judges: the arts of argument
- How to draft the winning memorial
- How to optimize legal research, studies and career options with mooting
Expectations and Commitments
Students are expected to spend approximately 5 hours per week (in 2 weekly classes) attending to the lectures and participate in different exercises throughout the program.
- Case Analysis/ Problem Solving
- Practice Sessions
- Drafting Exercises
- Indoor Moot Competition
Prominent Ex-mooters of the country (Lawyers, judges and academicians)
Who Can Participate
Law students (pursuing full-time undergraduate/postgraduate programs at a recognized university)
NOTE: Seats are very limited; registration is based on First Come First Served Basis.
Last Date of Registration:
23rd November 2017
Course Fee (Non-refundable):
How to Apply
Please fill-up the Registration Form (attached below), and send to Department of Law, Canadian University of Bangladesh, House: 99, Road: 11, Banani, Dhaka-1213.
For further contact, payment or any other query: Dr. Abdullah Al Monzur Hossain (Chairman, Dept. of Law, Canadian University of Bangladesh) Mobile: 01622869405; E-mail: email@example.com;
Interested participants can also approach Mr. Shyikh Mahdi (Founder and CEO, FutureLaw Initiative) at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.