About Moot competitions
If you are a law student and are studying some of our advanced courses, you have a possibility to participate in a so-called Moot Competition. The competitions are primarly arranged in other European countries and they often consists of both a written and a oral part. For more information, please read about the individual competitions below. There you’ll also find links to subpages for each competition.
European Law Moot Court Competition
The European Law Moot Court Competition is a competition in EU law that is open to students from all over the world. Each year around September 1 an imaginary scenario is launched on the competition website.
The International and European Tax Moot Court Competition
The International and European Tax Moot Court Competition gives you the opportunity to plead and argue in international and European tax cases. It is a competition organised by the European Tax College Foundation, Leuven, Belgium.
Telders International Law Moot Court Competition
The Telders International Law Moot Court Competition is a court competition in international law in Europe. The competition which starts in September is based on a fictitious legal case, unique for each year.
The Nordic Court Competition (Nordiska rättegångstävlingen)
The Nordic Court competition is based on the European Convention on Human Rights. Twelve teams from the five Nordic countries participate in the competition, which takes place during the spring.
Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot
The Willem C Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot is an international arbitration competition in international commercial contract law and arbitration law. The competition starts during the month of October and is open to participants from all over the world.
ICC Moot Court Competition
Every year, the ICC Moot Court Competition in International Criminal Law attracts some 60 teams from all over the world. The competition begins at the end of October and goes on until the end of May, when the final rounds take place in The Hague – ‘the Capital of International Peace’ – in the Netherlands.