Law student from Jammu wins SICTA

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, May 10: Son of soil, Wamic Wasim Nargal emerged as the winner of the prestigious 6th Symbiosis International Criminal Trial Advocacy (SICTA), 2021 organized by Symbiosis Law School, Pune between May 7-9.
Nargal, who represented Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab, also bagged the Best Student Advocate award in the finals and the second Best Student Advocate award overall. Additionally, the team won the Best Memorial award. The competition saw the participation of top international and national teams who competed on the lines of the International Criminal Court on a problem which dealt with the nuances of International Criminal Law.
The competition was inaugurated by Justice J Chelameswar, former Judge of the Supreme Court of India. Justice Sandeep Mehta, Judge, High Court of Rajasthan was the chief guest in the valedictory ceremony and the finals were adjudged by a reputable panel of judges including Aniruddha Rajput, Member of the UN International Law Committee, Prof T R Subramanya, Dean, School of Legal Studies, CMR University and Dr Umesh Kadam, former Legal Advisor, International Committee of Red Cross.