For the 59th round this year, the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court competition comes with a new International Law challenge. The theme for this year is on the validity of interstate arbitral awards, the capture of marine vessel, the breach of nuclear disarmament obligations and the conduct of naval warfare.
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The German National Rounds are over and the Passau Team is proud of its performance and accomplishment!
We did not only write the third-best Memorial, we claimed the third place in the whole competition! Thereby we qualified for the International Rounds in Washington as an exhibition team.
On this note, we congratulate all the other teams for their excellent performance, foremost the winners of this years competition: Hertie School of Governance and the Jessup Moot Court Munich of the LMU University of Munich.
Furthermore we would like to extend our cordial thanks and express our gratitude to the Walther Schücking Institute for International Law of the University of Kiel for an amazing event and smooth organisation.
Finally, we gratefully thank all our supporters, who always stood by our side, be it at trial pleadings or correcting the memorials.
For us now it’s a deep dive into preparatory works and then we are off to Washington! - we will keep you updated from there!