SLP Law Moot Society

SLP Law Moot Society

Participation in a law moot provides students with exposure of identifying legal issues out of a complex fictional scenario which usually centers around a simulated appellate court case. The participants of a law moot activity conduct comprehensive legal research on such issues followed by drafting extensive written submissions and finally the grueling orals before a bench of esteemed judges.
Mooting enables students
• to explore and think deeply about topical legal issues;
• to enhance their advocacy, legal research, and writing skills;
• to work closely with and learn from their peers and develop networking in the field;
• to demonstrate their potential in advocacy and competence as an advocate.


The SLP Law Moot Society has been established with an aim to promote experiential learning among its students and to polish their abilities of legal drafting, advocacy skills, and legal research to present in a court of law while still studying in a law school. The SLP Law Moot Society is entrusted with the responsibility of administering and facilitating its students for moot-related activities and competitions and to prepare them for the art of persuasive advocacy for the legal profession.

Office Bearers

• Dr. Kashif Imran Zaidi (Patron)
• Ms. Bakhtawar Manzoor (Advisor)
• Ms. Sunbal Islam Chaudhary (Executive Member)


• Hassan Ali
• Hajra Eman
• Ayesha Qayyum
• Muhammad Abdullah Sandhu
• Muhammad Ammar
• Motiba Ejaz
• Khuzaima Jamshaid

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