The European Law Moot Court Competition is a traditional moot court competition, in which teams of students prepare written pleadings with respect to a problem of European law and present their arguments in oral proceedings before the Court of Justice. The Case is set each year under the auspices of the European Law Moot Court Society.
The objects are to promote awareness of European law, expertise in the practice of European law, and practical experience preparing and arguing cases before the Court of Justice. In addition, the competition provides a forum for the discussion of questions of current legal, social, and practical significance emerging from European integration and the legal and political changes in Europe.
This moot court may serve as a substitute for L6679 Foundation Year Moot Court for first-year students, with prior approval of the faculty Moot Court Director.
Section Offerings for 2012-13
|L6869-001||13S||European Law Moot Court|
|G. Bermann ...||TBA||TBA|
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