h year students of YSU Faculty of Law held a moot on the use of bowels today.
After the announcement Stand up, the court comes YSU Faculty of Law courtroom was in total silence. The faculty PhD student, judge of the moot Tigran Markosyan announced the trial opened. Kapan Mining Industry Company had been granted a mining license and the NGO Eco-stability had made a claim to the court to void this license against the Ministry of Nature Protection.
A little nervous, tense and confused, however, with a courage, typical for the future lawyer, the parties presented their claims and objections.
According to the established order after hearing of the arguments, brought by the parties, the court went to the court room for the decision.
Before announcing the verdict heated discussions were underway in the courtroom and corridor. The applicant party was sure that the verdict was going to be made in favor of their organization, while the defendant was convinced that the plaintiffs claim was not going to be satisfied.
According to the young lecturer Gor Movsisyan, who delivers lectures on the subject Environmental Law, both had parties presented rather argued justifications and the verdict was going to satisfy common law interests.
Director of the Environmental Law Resource Center Aida Iskoyan was satisfied with the level of professional knowledge of the students.
Mrs. Iskoyan did not say what kind of a verdict the court was going to announce, but she was sure that the court would make a reasonable, legitimate decision, and expressed a wish to see Tigran Markosyan in the role of future judge.
It should be noted that the moot is an integral part of the subject Environmental Law. The tradition was established three years ago.
Owing to this initiative of Student Scientific Society of YSU Faculty of Law and Environmental Law Resource Center students get acquainted with the peculiarities of the trial and focus on the omissions, existing in the area of the environmental law legislation.