Join our Moot Team 2019 ( 3 Moot Courts)

Applications for the 2020 Moot Courts are now open! We strongly invite you to join the Invictus Team to these Moot Courts and improve your skills in research, analysis, legal writing and public speaking. Become a part of the team and further your knowledge within the subject. 
 
For the 2018-2019 Academic Year we are sending teams to the following moots:
  • Nuremberg Moot Court – A team of 4 students.
  • Lachs Space Law Moot Court – A team of 2-3 students.
  • Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court – A team of 2 students.
Deadline: N.A. (Rolling Applications)
 
Apply ASAP! Once all positions (for a moot) are gone, we will close applications for it. Applications are assessed on a first-come, first-serve basis.
 
You can find more information about each moot individually below:
 
 

The Moot Courts

Nuremberg Moot Court 2020

International Criminal Law

The Nuremberg Moot Court invites participants from across the globe to argue a fictitious international criminal law case before the “International Criminal Court”. Dissecting both complex procedural and substantive issues of international criminal law, students are given the opportunity to apply and develop their skills and moot at the historic Courtroom 600 at the Nuremberg Palace of Justice. This unique location allows students to practice international criminal law at its very birthplace, offering a historical educational experience. The organizers coordinate with highly esteemed professionals in the field, such as judges, academics and other practitioners to sit on the moot court panels.
 

Additional Information:

  • Number of students per team: 4 Students
  • Language of the competition: English
  • Locations: Nuremberg, Germany
  • Registration Fee: None
    Rules can be found here

Important Dates:

  • Written Submission: Sunday, April 21, 2019
  • Oral Rounds: July 24 – 27, 2019

Lachs Space Law Moot Court 2019

International Space Law and Public International Law

Since its inception by the International Institute of Space Law (IISL) in 1992, the Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition has grown to cover four world regions: North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Africa. More than 60 teams participate yearly in this competition. Registered teams get exclusive on-line access to papers of the IISL’s Colloquium Proceedings from 2005 to date. 

The World Finals competition takes place within the framework of the IISL’s annual Colloquium, which is a contained event in the International Astronautical Congress to be held in Washington, D.C., USA. The Lachs competition offers an unparalleled learning experience to all teams at all levels in a fair and cordial environment.

Regional winners receive financial support to attend the World Finals. The IISL’s Lachs competition is particularly distinguished by the tradition of judges of the International Court of Justice presiding over and judging the World Final.

Additional Information:

  • Number of students per team: 2-3 Students
  • Language of the competition: English
  • Registration Fee: 200 EUR per team
    Rules can be found here

Important Dates:

  • Written Submission: Monday, 25th February  2019
  • Regional Oral Rounds: 21 – 24 May 2019 (Paris, France)
  • Finals: 21 – 25 October 2019 (Washington, D.C., USA )
 

 

Nelson Mandela Human Rights Moot Court 2020

International Human Rights Law

 

The Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition is an international human rights law moot court competition. Teams argue a hypothetical case on issues of international human rights law, as if they were before a world Human Rights Court, on the basis of the International Bill of Human Rights and other applicable (such as regional) human rights instruments.

 The Competition is presented by the Centre for Human Rights based at the Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria, in partnership with the Academy on Human Rights, Washington College of Law, American University and the United Nations Human Rights Council Branch (HRCB) at the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR).

Additional Information:

  • Number of students per team: 2 Students
  • Language of the competition:  English, French and Spanish
  • The Competition involves a written phase after which teams are selected for the oral phase
  • Registration Fee: None
    Rules can be found here

Important Dates:

  • Written Submission: Thursday, 25th April 2019
  • Oral Rounds: 15 – 19th July 2019 (Geneva, Switzerland)

Contact Person

Ajatshatru Bhattacharya
President and Head of Mooting Society (2017-2020)

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