26.08.2017 | 
Education
YSU TEAM SHOWED HIGH RESULTS AT THE INTERNATIONAL MOOT
YSU TEAM SHOWED HIGH RESULTS AT THE INTERNATIONAL MOOT
An International Moot Court Competition on International Criminal Law was held on July 27-29 in Nuremberg, Germany.

Every year, the Moot Court Competition on International Criminal Law is held in Nuremberg, in which YSU also participates.


This year YSU team, which has scored high points, has been formed from the students of different specializations of YSU Faculty of Law. The manager of the team was Vladimir Vardanyan, International Law Specialist at the same faculty.


The games were held on July 27-29. YSU team first competed against Nigeria and Ireland teams and passed to the next round due to the high points. Then, competing against Switzerland, YSU team went to the ¼ round. In the semifinals, YSU team competed against the Ukrainian team, where was defeated with a slight difference by the opponent. Kenya and Ukraine teams have made it to the final of the International Moot Court Competition, which won the Kenyan team.


It should be noted that all the games have been judged by well-known specialists in the field.


YSU team representative Mariam Ghazaryan said in a conversation with us that they are very happy with the results: “We did not expect a semi-final. We can say that we shared 3 honorable places, leaving behind teams from England, USA, Germany, Russia and a number of other countries.”

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