The participation fee for this year’s edition of UN Youth Moot Courts is 45 RON (includes coffee breaks and materials) if you do not require accommodation. For participants needing accommodation, the fee is 40€ (includes 3 nights at a downtown hostel – to be announced, coffee breaks and materials).
Participants will receive the payment details along with their acceptance e-mail.
The deadline for paying the fee is the 16th of April.
The fee is non refundable in the last week before the competition.
- The UN Youth Moot Courts is open to students who have studied law, political sciences, philosophy, international relations)
- Please note that the working language of the simulations is English; therefore, participants should have good knowledge of the language. Regarding the European Court of Human Rights in 2018 the official language will be French. Applications for this Court by non-French speaking students will be automatically rejected.
- Also, the participants must study or must have studied International Public Law for ICJ and ICC, International Relations, Political Sciences (and students who have any other level of Human Rights knowledge) for ECHR.
- March 19th –April 10th 2018 : Registration
- 10 – 12 April 2018 : Announcement of the selected participants
- 13th April 2018 : Publication of the case
- 19th April 2018 : Submission of a resume of the case solution
- 20 – 22 March 2018 : Final Oral Round
In order to register as a participant to the UN Youth Moot Courts 2018, you have to fill in one of the REGISTRATION FORMS. This years edition will have two registration forms.
Each application is individual but the lawyers will be paired up so if you choose to work with someone in particular you will mention his/her name in the application form. If your application has been accepted, you will be assigned to a specific role in the trial of the court that you have chosen and, based on the case, you will have to build up your pleading. If you applied as a lawyer, the organization team will also provide you with the details of your team mate so you can build your pleading.
Please keep in mind that this is an oral competition. The paper you submit will not be noted but is mandatory.