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The moot court competition “Dispute Resolution in the EAEU – 2018”

28 November 2018 - 02 December 2018
Competition

Event Description

The Department of International Law of the Russian State University of Justice and International and Comparative Law Research Center with the support of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation announce that from November 29 to December 2, 2018, they will host the oral stage of the international specialized competition on international law “Dispute Resolution in the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU)”.

The “Dispute Resolution in the EAEU” competition is a unique educational platform that allows future law experts to explore dispute resolution mechanisms within the EAEU. 

The purpose of this competition is to form a new generation of highly qualified specialists in the field of international law in the EAEU countries, capable of representing the interests of both states and members of their business communities in international jurisdiction bodies. 

Guided by the best practices of international moot court competitions and taking into account the particularities of the law of the EAEU, the participants of the competition are invited to undergo a procedure for considering disputes in the EAEU. On the basis of the moot court problem, the teams will take part in the consideration of the dispute as parties to a dispute in the Court of the EAEU. Thanks to an integrated approach, the contestants have a unique opportunity to get acquainted with the peculiarities of the written and oral stages of the dispute resolution process in an international organization, as well as to deepen their knowledge of international law.

It should be noted that the organizers, experts, and judges in the framework of the competition will be employees of the EAEU bodies, judges of the EAEU Court, domestic and foreign experts in the field of international law

In the 2018 season, 18 teams from the EAEU member states and Moldova take part. The competition will be held in Moscow (Russian State University of Justice and International and Comparative Law Research Center).

The language of the competition is Russian.

The winners and participants will be awarded certificates of participation, valuable prizes and gifts, one of which will be a unique opportunity to undergo an internship at PJSC Enel Russia and gain experience in applying the norms of international and Russian law in practice.

More information about the competition can be obtained on the website of International and Comparative Law Research Center, as well as by contacting the administrator of the competition P.P. Myslivsky (phone: +375 33 389 43 79, e-mail: eurasianmoot2018@gmail.com).

Competition Rules 2018

Timetable 2018

Competition Problem  2018

Updates and clarifications to the Competition Problem 2018

Registration for Judges (written stage)

Registration for Judges (oral stage)  (29.11-02.12.2018)

          

 

  We invite your Team to register and take part in the moot court competition “Dispute Resolution in the EAEU – 2018”!

         

 

 

 

 

The Competition's General Partner

ENEL

The Competition's Partners

Event-Агентство Событие  RAC

The Competition's Information Partners

Российское правосудие  Журнал «Международное правосудие»  

 

 

The first Competition was held in 2017. The Competition Problem “Case concerning the heart” included following topics: bioethics, jurisdiction of the EAEU Court, extraterritorial jurisdiction, and custom regulation.

18 teams from Armenia, Belarus, Kirghizia, Moldova and Russia took part in the written stage, 12 teams took part in the oral stage.

As a result of the final round, the panel of judges composed of the judge of the EAEU Court E.V. Hayriyan, the judge of the EAEU Court D.G. Kolos, the judge of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation, Ph.D. N.V. Pavlova, named the team of the Russian State University of Justice as the winner of the 2017 Competition.

Matvej Tarasov from the Ural State Law University was the best oralist of the final round. The best oralist of the whole Competition was Viktoria Krivun from the Ural State Law University. She won the opportunity to take an internship at the Council of Europe. The team of the Higher School of Economics produced the best written memorial.

Administered by: Myslivsky P.P., Neshataeva V.O., Panov A.A.

Authors of the problem: Myslivsky P.P., Neshataeva V.O.

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