As a lawyer, one is required to deal with various types of legal transactions on a day to day basis. An interplay of facts and law play an important role in such transactions. Learning the art of lawyering is not a simple task considering the sky rocketing expectations of the clients.

For a comprehensive understanding of law, understanding of the concept needs to be accentuated with the practical aspects of it. Mooting is a law school extracurricular activity where law students, as participants, argue on hypothetical cases in a simulated court or arbitration proceedings. It usually involves drafting of memorials or memoranda and participating in oral argument. Mooting is considered as a paramount activity for self-growth, self-grooming, enhancing self-confidence as it improves the spirit of team work, research and oratory skills.

DNLU is equipped with the Moot Court Hall. The Hall is large, spacious and well-furnished in resemblance with a real courtroom is deep-seated. Mooting culture in the university. The Moot Court Committee organises intra-school moot court competition for selection of teams. These teams are then trained and given opportunity to participate in various national and international level moot court competitions. Numerous teams have represented the university and has brought laurels to the university.