The targets of legal education are multi faceted and have been different at different times. The College established the Moot Court Club with the noble conviction that the goal of legal education is to turn the Law students into the best lawyers and legal luminaries to take an active part in socio political advancement and nation building.
The Moot Court offers theoretical, clinical and practical training to the students in techniques of lawyering. The students are provided a firsthand experience of the profession through pre trial procedures, attending trial, interviewing, counselling, moots, legal aid, para legal services and so on.
Moot Courts are one of the prominent means of simulated clinical legal education whereby a student takes the role of an advocate in a simulated Court room. The participation in moot Courts develops among the students the ability to identify legal issues, accumulate legal material, prepare arguments, plaints, framing issues, citing reference, marking documents, examination and cross-examination (in theoretical aspect), presentation skills, Court etiquettes, and so on.
Though Moot Courts has been an informal part of curriculum during the yester years, it has outgrown the curriculum itself in the present day legal academic structure.