A team from ILS College of Law (Pune) emerged winner in the final round of the 13th National Moot Court Contest hosted by MP Law College here today. Law Centre of University of Delhi (Delhi) received the second prize. A total of 17 teams from different parts of the country participated in the first round of the two-day contest which began yesterday. Five teams - School of Law of Christ University (Bengaluru), ILS Law College, Pune, Law Centre of Delhi University, MP Law College (local) and Symbiosis Law School (Noida, UP) - entered the final round. Justice P V Hardas from Bombay High Court and Justice V V Afzalpurkar from High Court of AP were judges. The imaginary case of Baba Yogdev Vs Government of India about freedom of speech was prepared by Prof Aman Mishra. Ankita Brigit, the student of Christ College of Bengaluru, bagged adv S A Deshmukh Best Speaker's award. In the best individual category, Priyanka Joshi from ILS Law College (Pune) received the first prize while Shravayya Paturi from the same college bagged the second prize. The winners were also presented with adv S S Deshmukh memorial memento. Vice-president of Marathwada Legal and General Education Society S D Deshpande presided while Principal of the MP Law College Dr C M Rao, event coordinator Dr Aparna Kottapalle were seated on the dais. Razia Quadri conducted the proceedings Dr Kottapalle proposed a vote of thanks. Bhagyashri Paranjape, S N More, S G Shirsath, and others took efforts for the success of the event.