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Presentation of IDA's International Litigation Programme, Masters II, DJCE (24/09/2018)

Presentation of IDA's International Litigation Programme, Masters II, DJCE (24/09/2018)

Published on : 01/10/2018 01 October Oct 10 2018

William Peterson presented the programme together with last year’s moot team and Professors Denis Mouralis and Paul Desorgues.
This programme includes preparation for the Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot.
Preparation for the Vis Moot is handled within a graded option entitled International Litigation. William uses the Moot case study in courses to all the students, notably on International Arbitration and the United Nations Convention on International Sales of Goods.  The selection process for the Moot team itself consists of an interview, motivation letter and research paper, once students have been accepted in the Master 2/DJCE.
The Vis Moot Programme involves preparation of a memorandum on demand and defense using law, legal writings and jurisprudence from around the world followed by an oral practice phase with practice pleading sessions in many countries leading to hearings in Vienna in April with over 350 Universities.
Many legal professionals “coach” the team members.
IDA’s team does well, having out performed top teams from the States, England and Switzerland…
The programme starts with publication of the case study this Friday.


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