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Apply for to be part of The Music Imbizo 2021 HACKATHON.
THE MUSIC IMBIZO 2021 HACKATHON
The Music Imbizo 2021 Hackathon’s will focus on open innovations in the value chain of the music industries. From songwriting, recording, managing data, publishing, royalty collection & calculation to solving issues in the live and performance space.
- Tuesday 05 October – Sunday 10 October.
- Actual hackathon is 48 hours (05 – 08 October)
- Registration closes 19 September 2021, 23:59:00
WHO CAN APPLY:
- Programmers, designers, managers, entrepreneurs and anyone interested in innovation within the music industry in general.
- Hackathon participants will be given 48 hours to develop a prototype of their projects. Wednesday 06 to Friday 08 October.
CHALLENGES (Introducing local innovation to the South African music industry)
- There is a need for the general monitoring of the use of music across many diverse platforms. Musicians want to know where and when their music was used.
- Thousands and thousands of music is released on a daily basis. How does the consumer get introduced to new and exciting music? How do artists position themselves in the market?
- As the musician or artist’s catalogue grows, keeping track of your catalogue becomes more and more tough. How does a musician, artists or record label keep track of its features and its own music?
The Music Imbizo 2021 will be hosted on our online platform. Registration is OPEN!
Apply to be part of The Music Imbizo 2021 MOOT Court.
THE MUSIC IMBIZO 2021 MOOT COURT COMPETITION
(The Music Imbizo 2021 MOOT Court Competition Case is DOWNLOAD HERE! )
The Music Imbizo 2021 MOOT Court Competition will be held during the week of The Music Imbizo 2021 from Tuesday 05 October to Sunday 10 October, 2021. The Competition aims to introduce law students to the music industry and develop their awareness of copyright issues within the sector.
Students from universities that enjoy full LLB accreditation by the South African Council on higher Education (CHE) and industry practitioners that do not hold a LLB degree or law related qualification but are able to make their case are eligible to participate in the Competition.
ELIGIBLE CLASSES OF STUDENTS
Students who are in the process of completing an LLB, BCom or BA Law degree at a South African university are eligible to participate in the Competition.
The following people are prohibited from taking part in The Music Imbizo 2021 Moot Court Competition:
- Students who are currently employed or otherwise associated with either CALS or SLS;
- Qualified legal practitioners; and
- Students who already hold an LLB or equivalent degree.
- TEAM COMPOSITION
Each participating team must comprise no fewer than two (2) people and must not exceed more than three (3) people.
Under no circumstances should teams seek the assistance of any other person who teaches or practises law beyond what has been given by The Music Imbizo 2021. Failure to comply with this rule will lead to the entire team being disqualified.
- HYPOTHETICAL CASE
The hypothetical case will be available HERE.
- REQUESTS FOR CLARIFICATION
Teams may request clarifications of the facts. These clarifications must be requested anytime up until end of business on Friday 10 September 2021.
Prospective teams should express their interest to participate in the Competition by end of business close on 19 September 2021. Teams must register by completing this registration form below and sending an email to email@example.com detailing the names of each the team members, and the academic level (i.e. first year, second year, penultimate year or final year) of each of the team members if any.
- WRITTEN SUBMISSIONS
HEADS OF ARGUMENT
During the Preliminary round, each registered team must prepare and submit two sets of heads of argument, i.e. for both the Applicant and the Respondent. Heads of argument must be written in English, and typed in Arial 12 point font, 1.5 line spacing and justified. All footnotes must be written in Arial 10 point font. The heads of argument must comply with the Rules of the Constitutional Court. All heads of argument must be submitted electronically in PDF format without any passwords.
The deadline for the submission of the heads of argument is 23h59 on 19 September 2021 as part of the registration. The heads of argument must be submitted to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Subject Line: Your Team Name.