Case Commentary Drafting Competition by Institute of Legal Education [NO FEES ]


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About the Competition

The Case commentary competition has been conceived with the point of delivering the introduction to the understudies to comprehend complex circumstances and distinguish the lawful issues or lacunae within the case. This competition can offer assistance to understudies in coming to the conclusion of any case by receiving any specific approach.

This Case commentary Competition looks to advance unique thought and investigation among law students, research fellows, academicians and legal professionals. Institute of Legal Education will conduct the case commentary Drafting competition Series In All aspects of the law in future.


  • The Competition is open to Law Students, Advocates, Professionals, Jurists, and Members of the Academia only.
  • The team composition for the Competition shall be either an individual member team or a maximum two members Team.
  • Inter-Cross college or university team registration is allowed in this Competition.

List of Cases

  • Abhiram Singh vs C.D. Commachen (Dead) By Lrs.& Ors, (SC – CIVIL APPEAL NO. 37 OF 1992);
  • Amit Sahni v. Commissioner of Police, (SC – CIVIL APPEAL NO. 3282 OF 2020);
  • Anuradha Bhasin V. Union of India, (AIR 2020 SC 1308);
  • Babulal Parate vs The State Of Bombay And Another, (1960 AIR 51);
  • Budhadev Karmaskar v. State of W.B., (2022 SCC OnLine SC 704);
  • Common Cause v. Union of India, (SC – WRIT PETITION (CIVIL) NO. 13 OF 2003);
  • Dr D.C. Wadhwa & Ors vs State Of Bihar & Ors, (1987 AIR 579);
  • Devidas Ramachandra Tuljapurkar vs State Of Maharashtra & Ors, (SC – CRIMINAL APPEAL NO.1179 OF 2010);
  • Dr Subhash Kashinath Majahan vs State of Maharashtra, (AIR 2018 SC 1498);
  • Farzana Batool v. Union of India, (SC- Writ Petition (Civil Original Jurisdiction): 364/2021).

Submission and Formatting Guidelines

  • All Drafts must satisfy the Institute of Legal Education’s Case Comment Submission Policy ( If it is not satisfied with the Submission Guidelines and Terms and Conditions, it will be rejected instantly.
  • All the drafts must be submitted in both Microsoft Word Document format (.doc/.docx) and PDF Format (.pdf) [i.e., each Team is required to send 2 files One in MS Word format and one in PDF format].
  • The body of the submissions must be in the font “Times New Roman” with font size 12, with line spacing of 1.5 and justified. (The Font size for the Headings can be formatted as per the choice of the participants)
  • The Footnotes shall be in Times New Roman, size 10, single line spacing, justified. Authorities shall be cited as per the 20th edition of the Bluebook.
  • The decision of the organizers in deciding the winner(s) shall be final and binding and no query, correspondence, etc. in this regard shall be entertained by the organizers.

How to Register?

Interested candidates may register for the competition through the link provided at the end of this post.

Awards and Rewards

  • The top 3 Scoring Teams (overall) will be awarded certificates of excellence.
  • Each Judgment’s Top Scoring (One/Two) Team will get the Opportunity to Publish their work in ISSN indexed Journal.
  • All Participants will get a Certificate of Participation + Free Publication Opportunity at ILE Publications + Internship Opportunity with Institute of Legal Education + Campus Ambassador Opportunity with  Institute of Legal Education.

Important Dates

  • Registration Starts – September 20, 2022.
  • Last Date to Register – November 01, 2022.
  • Last Date for submitting the Amendment Draft – November 06, 2022.
  • Result Declaration – November 13, 2022

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Contact Information

In case of any queries, please contact Ms Prasanna at +91 94896 71437

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