Approved moot court competitions

Participation in the following moot court competitions may give approval for the course JUS5040 Moot Court Competition.


ELSA Moot Court

The subject area for the moot court competition is the WTO, and it is conducted in English. The deadline for registration for the 2017 autumn semester is 15 September. Would you like to represent your university in this competition? You will find the contact person on ELSA's website. 

Read more about it on the ELSA Moot Court website


EEA Law Moot Court

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Jean-Pictet Competition

The Jean-Pictet Competition is a learning event in international humanitarian law (IHL) for students (law, political science, military academies, professional institutes...), competing in teams of three persons.

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Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition

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Nordic IP Moot Court Competition  

The subject area for the competition is intellectual property law, and it is conducted in English. The competition starts every autumn in September and finishes in December.

The competition takes place between teams from Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland, and it consists of written and oral portions. The teams are assigned a case, and they prepare a writ of summons and defence reply first. Then there is qualification for the Nordic moot court final. If more than one team from Norway is registered, a "test moot court" is arranged between the teams, after which a winner team is chosen based on their written and oral performances. The winning teams will be allowed to participate in the Nordic moot court final. All teams will be supported by a coach.

The following applies for the moot court competition for the autumn of 2019:

  • By 1 September: Registration for 5040 through the StudentWeb.
  • 9 September: Assignment of a case (see semester page) 
  • 7 October: Submission of the statement of claims
  • 4 November: Submission of the statement of defence
  • 20 November - 25 November: Internal qualification procedures
  • 25 November: Announcement of selected teams qualified for the final
  • 6 December: Nordic moot court final in Copenhagen

Contact persons for the moot court competition: Associate Professor Harald Irgens-Jensen.


Nuremberg moot court (international criminal Law)  

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Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition

The subject area for the competition is international law, and it is conducted in English. UiO has not sent a team since 2000.

Read more about it on the competition's own website


Telders International Law Moot Court Competition

The subject area for the competition is international law, and it is conducted in English. Students studying law and in the Master's Programme in Public International Law have participated in the competition since 2011, and in 2012 the team from UiO won.  

Read more about it on the Telders website

The competition starts every September. If you would like to participate in the autumn of 2019, see here how you can apply:

The contact person are Jørgen Sørgard Skjold

 

 

Published Sep. 12, 2017 10:09 AM - Last modified Aug. 20, 2019 11:01 AM