THE UN YOUTH MOOT COURTS

The UN Youth Moot Courts is an academic simulation of the juridical procedures in front of the international courts, held in English and organized by the UN Youth Association of Romania in cooperation with Konrad Adenauer Stiftung – Rule of Law Program South East Europe. Being one of the most important projects of the association, its purpose is to give to the participants the opportunity to apply their knowledge of International law, European Union law and Human Rights. The competition is also a forum for students to acquire practical experience on how to prepare and present legal arguments and how to debate current legal and social issues.
Being at its 5th  edition, this year the UN Youth Moot Courts Competition will take place from 4 to 6 of December 2015 at the Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest and the Bucharest Court of Appeal.
The UN Youth Moot Courts Competition welcomes students to a series of simulations of the juridical procedures in front of the international courts. The Competition consists of an extensive three-day educational and social program. Throughout this program, students are given the opportunity to engage in discussions on the prospects and challenges of international justice so they can put into practice their knowledge.
This edition aims to educate and train the students in simulating the juridical procedures in front of the International Court of Justice, the European Court of Human Right and the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Also consult the Moot Courts 2015 and the Registration pages for more details.
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