We are looking for students to join the faculty's team for the prestigious moot court competition Jessup, in Washington, DC, USA.
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The Faculty will make its comments, but we encourage all students to read the draft and use the opportunity to give your own comments.
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The Faculty of Law is looking for students to participate in the Telders international moot court competition 2020. Telders is one of the most prestigious moot court competitions in the world and offers law students the opportunity to compete against students from all over Europe, defending parties to a fictitious international law dispute between two states.
The final rounds of the competition takes place in The Hague and the final is held at the Peace Palace, which houses the International Court of Justice (ICJ). The Law Faculty covers expenses for travel to The Hague and participants may be rewarded with credits (studiepoeng).
Participation in the competition is a unique opportunity to gain international experience, meet other students, improve your writing and presentation skills, while at the same time earning credits.
We accept applications from all law students at the Faculty. We have no absolute requirements as to w...
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