Kerala Law Academy

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ACHIEVEMENTS

1990-1991

  • Miss. Pretty Elizabeth and Miss. Soumya.S, then first year students of the 5 year course of the Academy win the first place in 1st T.S. Venkateswara Iyer Memorial All India Moot Court Competition at Ernakulam. Pretty Elizabeth is adjudged best student advocate.

1991-1992

  • Academy team represented by Miss. Pretty Elizabeth and Miss. Soumya.S, is among the top six national teams invited to participate in the Afro-Asia Moot Court Competition at Bangalore 1991 and performed creditably in the rounds.
  • Miss. Dimple Mohan and Miss Nandini Morris, are winners of the second T.S. Venkateswara Iyer Memorial All India Moot Court Competition at Government Law College, Ernakulam, 1992.

1992-1993

  • Miss. Pretty Elizabeth and Miss. Nandini Morris, are semifinalists at Philip.C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition (National Rounds) January 1993, Pondicherry and win the best prize for best memorials.
  • Miss. Preetha A.K and Miss. Swapna Vaidya are winners of the 3rd T.S. Venkateswara Iyer Memorial All India Moot Court Competition at Government Law College, Ernakulam, 1993.
  • Miss. Sindhu Santhalingam, wins the trophy for the best lady advocate in the All India Moot Court Competition of Bar Council of India at Jodhpur, 1993.

1993-1994

  • Miss. Pretty Elizabeth and Miss. Nandini Morris are winners of the National Rounds of the XVII Philip. C. Jessup Memorial International Moot Court Competition at Pondicherry in January 1994 and represents India for the international rounds at Washington D.C, U.S.A in April 1994.
  • Miss. Preetha A.K. wins the best-student Advocate award in the Chamanlal Nijawan Moot Court Competition, Gujarat 1994.
  • Miss. Pretty Elizabeth and Miss. Nandini Morris are selected to Afro-Asian Moot Court Competition, 1994 at Bangalore.

1994-1995

  • Miss. Brahma Sree and Miss. Preethi Mulloth are winners of the fifth T.S. Venkatesawara Iyer Memorial All India Moot Court Competition at Ernakulam in February 1995.
  • Miss. Preetha A.K. and Miss. Remasmrithi are winners of the First Justice M. Sadasivayya Memorial Moot Court Competition at Bangalore, January 1995.
  • Miss. Dimple Mohan and Miss. Sindhu Santhalingam are semifinalists at the Philip. C. Jessup National Rounds at Chennai, 1995.

1995-1996

  • Miss. Rekha Pillai and Miss. Thushara James, are winners of the First All India Moot Court Competition organized by Government Law College, Kozhikode.
  • Miss. Dimple Mohan and Miss. Sindhu Santhalingam are winners of the National rounds of the Phillip. C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition held in January 1996 at Department of Legal Studies, Chennai. Miss. Dimple Mohan is also adjudged the best student lawyer at the national rounds.
  • Miss. Dimple Mohan and Miss. Sindhu Santhalingam represent India at the International rounds of the Phillip. C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition held at Washington D.C, U.S.A in April 1996.
  • Mr. Binu Varghese is adjudged best student advocate of India and the team comprising of Mr. Binu Varghese and Mr. Narayan. R, are runners-up at the T.S. Venkateswara Iyer Memorial All India Moot Court Competition held at Ernakulam in March 1996.
  • Mr. Binu Varghese and Mr. Narayan are among the top six national teams invited to participate in the Commonwealth International Moot court Competition, National Rounds at Bangalore in 1996 and are adjudged the third best team.
  • Mr. John Varghese and Mr. Ajayakumar. C are winners of the first All India Moot Court Competition conducted by the Government Law College, Thiruvananthapuram in March 1996 and John Varghese is adjudged the best student advocate along with award for best memorials for the team.
  • Miss. Rema Smrithi.V.K and Miss. Preeta. A.K, are runners-up of the All India Moot Court competition held at Pondichery Law College in February 1996.

1996-1997

  • Mr. Binu Varghese and Mr. Narayan R are winners of the First All India Moot Court Competition for the Professor Kesavan Kutty Memorial Trophy held at Department of Legal Studies, Cochin University, Kochi.
  • Miss. Thushara James and Miss. Rekha Pillai are winners of the National Rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition held at Pondichery in January 1997 and Miss. Thushara James is also adjudged the best student advocate at the national rounds.
  • Miss. Thushara James and Miss. Rekha Pillai represent India at the International Rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition held at Washington D.C, U.S.A and are semifinalists and adjudged fourth at the international rounds.
  • Miss. Rema Smrithi V.K and Miss. Preethy Mulloth represent India at the 4th William C.Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot held at Vienna, Austria in April 1997.
  • Miss. Lakshmi Devi Somanath and Miss. Meenakumari S are Winners of the second All India Moot Court Competition organized by the Government Law College, Thiruvananthapuram in March 1997 and they also get the award for best memorials.
  • Miss. Brahma Sree and Miss. Catherine. L. John are runners-up of the Justice M. Sadasivayya Memorial All India Moot Court Competition 1997 at Bangalore and Miss. Brahma Sree is adjudged the best student Advocate as well as the best lady student Advocate of the competition.
  • Miss. Niyatha Srinivasa and Miss. Chanjana Elsa Philip are runners-up of the T.S. Venkateswara Iyer Memorial All India Moot Court Competition held at Government Law College, Ernakulam.

1997-1998

  • Mr. Binu Varghese is adjudged the best student lawyer at the national rounds of the Afro-Asian International Moot Court Competition at the National Law School, Bangalore after the team comprising of Mr. Binu Varghese and Mr. Mohan Rajasekharan are among the top six national teams invited for the national rounds of the Afro-Asian Moot and the team bags the award for second best memorials.
  • Miss. Tina Kuriakose and Miss. Tanuja Roshan are winners of the eight T.S. Venkateswara Iyer Memorial Moot Court Competition held at the Government Law College, Ernakulam (1997-1998) and they also bagged the award for best memorials.
  • The team comprising of Mr. Narayan R. and Mr. Mohan Rajasekharan are runners-up at the 14th All India Moot Court Competition of the Bar Council of India held at Dr. V.M. Salgaocar Law College, Goa.
  • Mr. Arun. S and Mr. Rabi George are winners of the second Professor V.Kesavan Kutty Memorial All India Moot Court Competition held by Cochin University (1997-1998) and they also bag the award for best memorials and Mr. Arun. S and Mr. Rabi George are adjudged the best student Advocate of India and second best student advocate of India, respectively.
  • Miss. Brahma Sree. R and Miss. Rekha Pillai represent India at the fifth William C.Vis International Arbitration Moot Competition at Vienna, Austria in April 1998.
  • Miss. Niyatha Sreenivasa and Miss. Chanjana Elsa Philip are runners-up at the First All India Moot Court Competition held at Dharwar and Miss. Niyatha Sreenivasa is adjudged best lady Advocate.
  • Miss. Lakshmi Devi Somanath and Miss. Meenakumari are semifinalists and adjudged as the third placed team in the Justice M. Sadasivayya Memorial All India Moot court Competition 1998 at the University Law College, Bangalore.
  • Miss. Anitha Reshmi Khurana and Miss. Annie Oomnen. K are adjudged the best team from Kerala in the 3rd All India Moot Court Competition held by Government Law College, Thiruvananthapuram and Miss. Anitha Khurana also gets best Lady Advocate award.

1998-1999

  • Miss. Rahima. A and Miss. Sagee S.G are runners-up at the National rounds of the Philip. C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition held at Chennai at the Department of Legal Studies, Chennai (1997-1998) and obtain selection for the International rounds and also bag the award for best memorials.
  • Miss. Rahima. A and Miss. Sagees. S.G represent India at the International rounds of the Philip. C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition at Washington D.C, U.S.A. in March 1999 and perform creditably at the international rounds.
  • Mr. Binu Varghese and Miss. Thushara James represent India at the Sixth Willaim C.Vis International Arbitration Moot Competition at Vienna, Austria in April 1999.
  • Miss. Tina Kuriakose and Miss. Tanuja Roshan are winners at the First All India Refugee Law Moot Court Competition held at the Madras University and also respectively bag the awards for best student Advocate and second best student Advocate and the award for best memorials.
  • Miss. Anita Reshmi Khurana and Miss. Annie Oommen K are winners of the second All India Moot Court Competition held at Dharwar by the Dharwar-Karnataka University, Law Department (1998-1999).
  • Mr. Rabi George and Mr. Arun. S are winners of the First Venketasubbaiah Memorial Moot Court Competition held at Pendekanthi Law College, Hyderabad and they also bag the award for best memorial (1998-1999).
  • Miss. Maheswari S and Miss. Deepa Rajan are runners-up at the Ninth T.S.Venkateswara Iyer Memorial Moot Court Competition held at Government Law College, Ernakulam (1998-1999).
  • Miss. Niyatha Srinivas and Miss. Lakshmi Devi Somanath are runners-up at the First Raj Anand Intellectual Property Moot Court Competition held at Delhi (1998-1999) and Miss Niyatha Srinivas was adjudged the best student advocate of the competition.
  • Mr. Narayan. S and Miss. Catherine John. L are semifinalists and adjudged third best team in the first Louis M. Brown International Client Interviewing and Counseling Competition (National Rounds) held at Campus Law Center, Delhi (1998-1999).

1999-2000

  • Miss. Niyatha Srinivasa and Miss. Lakshmi Devi Somanath are winners of the National Rounds of the Afro-Asian International Moot Court Competition held at National Law School, Bangalore (1999-2000) and represents India at the International Rounds at Bangalore and is adjudged the third best team in the international rounds.
  • Miss. Chanjana Elsa Philip and Meena Kumari represent India at the 7th William C.Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot held at Vienna, Austria in April 2000.
  • Miss. Niyatha Srinivasa and Miss. Lakshmi Devi Somanth are runners-up at the National rounds of the Philip. C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition held at Department of Legal Studies, University of Chennai and gets selection for the international rounds.
  • Miss. Niyatha Srinivasa and Miss. Lakshmi Devi Somanath represent India at the international rounds of Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition held at Washington D.C, U.S.A in April 2000 and perform creditably.
  • Miss. Mariam Nizzar and Miss. Linda Francis are winners of the 10th Venkateswara Iyer Memorial All India Moot Court Competition held at Government Law College, Ernakulam in March 2000.
  • Miss. Maheswari. S and Miss. Deepa Rajan are winners of the First Jai Narain Vyas Inter-University Moot Court Competition (1999-2000).
  • Miss. Tina Kuriakose and Miss. Tanuja Roshan are selected to participate in the Commonwealth (National Rounds) Moot Court competition held at National Law School, Bangalore (1999-2000).
  • Mr. Arun. S and Rabi. George are runners-up of the second Raj Anand Intellectual Property Moot Court Competition held at Delhi (1999-2000) and also bag the award for best memorials.
  • Miss. Anitha Reshmi Khurana and Miss. Annie Ommen are runners-up of the 16th All India Moot Competition of the Bar Council of India held at Pendekanthi Law College and Anitha Khurana is adjudged the best student advocate of India
  • Mr. Annop. A.K and Mr. Jaideep.G. Nair are runners-up in the National Moot Court Competition held at Goa by Salgaocar Law College, Goa in January 2000.
  • Miss. Ailey Mammen and Lekshmi. N. Menon are runners-up at the D.M. Harish Memorial All India Moot Court Competition held at Government Law College, Mumbai.
  • Miss. Maheswari. S and Miss. Deepa Rajan are runners-up of the fifth All India Moot Court Competition conducted by the Government Law College, Calicut (1999-2000).

2000-2001

  • Miss. Maheswari. S and Miss. Deepa Rajan are winners of the National Rounds of the Loius M. Brown International Client Interviewing and Counseling Competition held at National Law School Bangalore and represents India in the international rounds at Dunedin, New Zealand.
  • Miss. Annie Omen. K and Miss. Anitha Reshmi Khurana represent India at the 8th William C.Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Competition held at Vienna, Austria in April 2001.
  • Mr. Arun. S and Mr. Rabi George are semifinalists and placed third best team in the national rounds of the Philip. C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition held at Government Law College, Pondicherry, in January 2001.
  • Miss. Mariam Nizzar and Miss. Linda Francis are runners-up in the National Rounds of the Stetson International Environmental Law Moot Court Competition held at Department of Law, Madras University and obtain selection to represent India at the international rounds of the competition in Florida, U.S.A.
  • Miss. Anupama V.G and Miss. Rajasree are winners of the Jai Nairain Vyas Inter-University Moot Court Competition held at National Law University, Jodhpur, 2001.
  • Miss Chandana and Miss. Anita Joseph are winners of the All India Human Rights Moot Court Competition held at the School of Indian Legal Thought, Kottayam, 2001 and Chandana is adjudged best lady advocate and they also bag the award for second best memorials.
  • Miss. Sneha Bhaskar and Miss. Gayathri win the award for best memorials at the 2nd All India Justice Ramachandran Memorial Moot Court Competition 2001 held at Governement Law College, Thrissur.
  • Miss. Anupama V.G is best Lady Advocate and the team comprising Miss. Anupama V.G and Miss. Julie John are runners-up of the 11th All India Moot Competition conducted by the Government Law College, Ernakulam, 2001.

2001-2002

  • Miss. Tina Kuriakose and Miss. Tanuja Roshan are semifinalists in the national rounds of the Philip. C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition held at Delhi in January 2002.
  • Miss. Anitha Reshmi Khurana and Miss. Annie Ommen are selected for the Commonwealth Moot Court Competition (National Rounds) held at National Law School, Bangalore.
  • Mr. Arun. S and Mr. Rabi George represent India at the 9th William C.Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Competition at Vienna, Austria in April 2002.
  • Mariam Nizzar and Linda Francis are winners of the Trivandrum Government Law College post Centennial Silver Jubilee National Moot Court 2001 and Mariam Nizzar was adjudged the best lady advocate and the team also bagged the award for the best memorial.
  • Miss. Lakshmi. N. Menon and Miss. Ailey Mammen are semifinalists and third placed team at the 4th Rajanand Intellectual Property Rights Moot Court Competition, New Delhi.
  • Miss. Anupama V.G and Miss. Rajashree are semifinalists at the National Moot Court Competition held at University Law College, Bangalore.

2002-2003

  • Miss. Mariam Nizar and Miss. Lekshmi Menon are selected to represent India in the 3rd International Maritime Law Arbitration Competition 2002 held at University of Queens Land, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Miss. Maheswari. S and Miss. Deepa Rajan represent India in the 10th William. C. Vis held at Vienna, Austria, 2003.
  • Miss. Linda Francis and Miss. Anupama V.G. are semi-finalists in the VII Afro-Asia International Moot Court Competition held at National Law School, Bangalore.

2003-2004

  • Miss. Linda Francis and Miss. Anupama V.G win the National rounds of the Stetson International Environmental Law Moot Court Competition and represent India at the international rounds held at Florida, U.S.A.
  • Mr. Rejoy Raj and Mr. Arjun Mohan represent India at the 5th International Maritime Law Commercial Arbitration Moot Competition 2004, held at the National University of Singapore.
  • Mr. Suraj Philip Jacob and Shri. Vishnu Prasad are selected to participated in the 11th William C.Vis International commercial Arbitration Moot Competition held at Vienna, Austria, in April 2004.
  • Mr. Viswanath. V.S and Miss. Sabina Peter are semifinalists at the National rounds of Philip. C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition.
  • Miss. Tanya George and Miss. Vasundhara Ravi are semifinalists at 5th D.M Harish Memorial Moot Court Competition 2004 held at Government Law College, Mumbai, 2004.
  • Mr. Viswanath.V.S and Mr. Rejoy Raj are semifinalists of the 3rd All India Human Rights Moot Court Competition at Kottayam.
  • Mr. Sandeep. S and Mr. Manu Anand are semifinalists at Law tryst, JCCL, Mumbai.

2004-2005

  • Miss. Maithri Srikant and Miss. Lakshmi Mohandas are winners of the Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) Law fest National Moot Court Competition 2004.
  • Miss. Tanya George and Miss. Vasundhara Ravi are runners-up in the 1st P.H. Pharekh Moot Court competition 2005 conducted by Army Institute of Law, Mohali and Tanya George bags best speaker award.
  • Miss. Tanya George and Miss Vasundhara Ravi are semifinalists at 1st Hamline National Arbitration Moot at NUALS, Kochi, 2005.
  • Miss. Maithri Srikant and Lakshmi Mohandas are semifinalists in the M.K. Nambair SAARC Law International Moot Court Competition, India Habitat Center, New Delhi, 2005.
  • Neelima. G. Kumar and Vishista Sam are semifinalists at the Surana and Surana National Corporate Moot Court Competition 2005, Jodpur.

2005-2006

  • Miss. Maithri Srikant and Miss. Lekshmi Mohandas are winners at the 10th Annual Stetson International Environmental Law Moot Court Competition (Regional Rounds) at Mumbai and represent India at the international rounds at Florida, U.S.A.
  • Tanya George and Vasundhara Ravi represent India at 13th William C.Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot held at Vienna , Austria, from 5th to 13th April 2006.
  • Miss. Gouri Srikanth and Miss Jinu Abraham are winners in ‘Lend a Lawyer’ Event at the V.M. Salgoacar Law College, Goa, Law Fest-2005.
  • Mr. Viswanath .V, Mr. Jayan. S and Mr.Jayesh. S. Pillai are winners of the 8th All Indian Moot Court Competition, at Government Law College, Calicut 2005 and Mr. Viswanath wins best student Advocate of India award.
  • Miss. Meenakshy Prasad and Miss Soma John are winners at the 1st National Moot Court competition, KLE, Societies Law College, Chikodi, Karnataka.

2006-2007

  • Miss. Maithri Sreekant and Miss. Saritha Nair are winners of the 6th National Rounds of the Louis. M. Brown International Client Counseling Competition 2006, held at V.M. Salgoacar Law College Goa.
  • Miss. Meenakshy Prasad and Miss. Soma John are winners of the All India Moot Court Competition at the Army Institute of Law, Mohali.

2007-2008

  • Miss. Maithri Sreekant and Miss. Neelima. G. Kumar represent Inida in the William. C.Vis International Arbitration Moot Competition at Vienna, Austria.
  • Miss. Vishistha Sam is the Best Student Advocate at Vaikunta Baliga Law College Moot Court competition, Udupi, Bangalore.
  • Miss. Menakshy Prasad and Miss. Soma John are Runners-Up at the Dr. Kesavankutty Memorial All India Moot Court Competition at Government Law College, Calicut, 2007.

2008-2009

  • Miss. Devi. S. Hari, Miss. Swathy V. Nair and Miss. Nandini. G. (researcher) are winners at the 9th National Moot Court Competition at the Manikchand Pahad Law College, Aurangabad.
  • Miss. Menakshy Prasad and Miss. Soma John represent Inida in the William. C.Vis International Arbitration Moot Competition at Vienna, Austria.
  • Mr. Aneesh. S, Mr. Basil Ajith and Mr. Syamnath. J.G (Researcher) are Runners Up at the National Arbitration Competition, Indian Law Institute New Delhi.
  • Miss. Janapriya D and Miss. Parvathy.S.S are Runners up at the National Moot Court Competition at the K.C. Law College, Mumbai.

2009-2010

  • Miss. Janapriya D and Miss. Deepa.A are Winners of the Stetson International Environmental Law Moot Court Competition (Regional Rounds) at Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian Law College, Bangalore.
  • Miss. Janapriya. D and Miss. Deepa A represent India at the Stetson International Environmental Law Moot Court Competition, International Rounds at Florida, USA in April 2010.
  • Mr. Aneesh. S, Mr. Basil Ajith and Mr. Syamnath J.G are Runners up of the Inter-collegiate ADR competition at the Government Law College, Thiruvananthapuram.