Hon'ble Chief Justice of C.G. High Court and Chancellor of HNLU Visited at Seminar 2016
HNLU View by Drone Camera
Hidayatullah National Law University 3rd Convocation 2015
Hidayatullah National Law University 2nd Convocation 2014
Administrative Building, Hidayatullah National Law University, Naya Raipur, Chhattisgarh
HNLU View by Drone Camera
Hidayatullah National Law University Conferred “Upcoming National Law University” award given by Hon’ble Shri D.V. Sadanand Gowra, Minister of Law & Justice, Government of India.
Hon'ble Vice-Chancellor with Students

Moot Court Hall

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Fig: Moot Court Left View
 
Moot Court Hall at HNLU is the Laboratory to test the Advocacy skills of the students of HNLU. A fully furnished Moot Court Hall is available in the Campus and all the Court Room Exercises are conducted in the Moot Court Hall.

HNLU is one of the very few Universities in India to include Moot Court Exercise as a compulsory part of every legal subject taught at HNLU. Fifteen Marks are allotted for the Moot Court Exercise in every Law subject of which a maximum of 10 marks are awarded to a student based on his advocacy skills, court manners, knowledge of law, etc., and a maximum of 5 marks are awarded to the memorials containing written arguments for the case which the student argues in the Moot Court.
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Fig: Moot Court Right View
  
The Moot Court Society, a student body manages all the mooting activities at HNLU. The Moot Court Society conducts an intra mural Moot Court Competition and selects Mooters to represent HNLU at various Moot Court and Client Counseling Competitions held at various places in India and abroad.

Since inception, the students of HNLU continue to bring laurels like Best Student Advocate, Best Memorials, etc. from various Moot Court and Client Counseling competitions from different corners of India, pushing behind many premier law schools of India. The Under- graduate Course in HNLU is designed in such a manner that a student of HNLU can pass out only after successfully arguing a minimum of fortyfive cases in all.

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