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New moot court in winter term 2020!

Monday, 21 September 2020

Interested in litigating before the International Court of Justice?

The Institute of International Law and International Relations is searching for a motivated UNI-GRAZ team to participate in the Telders Moot Court Competition

  • Draft your memorials in WS 2020!
  • Practice your rhetorical skills in SS 2021!
  • Plead with your team in the Hague in June 2021!

Join the team NOW: 

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Attention: Applications (CV and letter of motivation in English) for the participation in the 44th edition of the TMC are to be submitted electronically to Manuela Rusz until 21.09.2020!

For more information on the process, the advantages of the TMC as well as the application requirements please click here (detailed information).

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Brief information:

The "Telders Moot Court" is the largest moot court in Europe in the English language in the field of general public international law, as more than 40 teams from across Europe participate in the final rounds in The Hague every year. In 2021 the competition will celebrate its 44th edition, to which the University of Graz will enrol.

The subject matter always concerns a fictional dispute between two States before the International Court of Justice (ICJ). The language of the proceedings is English. The case (‚compromis‘), which is always distributed in September/October each year, concerns pertinent contemporary issues of general international law. As each country can only be represented by one team during the Telders Moot Court, national elimination rounds have to take place when more than one team per country has enrolled. In Austria only the University of Graz is likely to enrol for the 2021 competition. Therefore, it is likely that this team will go to the Hague in June 2021 to compete in the final rounds.

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