International Moot Courts
The Master’s degree programme provides active and talented students the opportunity to apply their theoretical knowledge and skills in the realistic and demanding environment of international law competitions. These competitions are comprised of the best law students from around the world who meet as counsels for adversary parties in moot court proceedings. Students thus have a unique opportunity to compare themselves with colleagues from around the globe and present their legal arguments in front of an international panel of distinguished legal practitioners acting as presiding judges.
Every student of the Master’s degree programme must participate in one of the moot court courses valued 5+5 ECTS. The most successful students are selected to represent the Faculty of Law at international competitions. The aim of the programme is to develop highly effective analytical and public speaking skills in the context of a legal oral argument.
Students are prepared and encouraged to participate in the following prestigious international moot courts:
- The European Law Moot Court Competition (ELMC)
- The Central and East European Moot Competition (CEEMC)
- The Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot (Vis Moot)
- The Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition (Jessup)
- The International Criminal Court Trial Competition (ICC Trial Competition)
- European Human Rights Moot Court Competition (EHRMCC)