Mastering Moot Court: Navigating the Peculiarities of Competition

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Source: PACT4Ukraine Team

On 16 April 2024, the FAU PACT4Ukraine team, in close cooperation with the International Nuremberg Principles Academy (INPA), hosted an online webinar “Mastering Moot Court: Navigating the Peculiarities of Competition” led by Dr Emma Brandon, Project Officer at INPA, a distinguished American lawyer specialising in international criminal law and international human rights law.

In this highly anticipated session, Dr Brandon drew on her extensive experience and research background to provide invaluable insights into the unique challenges and strategies of moot court competitions. Key highlights from the webinar include

  • Understanding the Moot Court competitions and their significance in legal education.
  • Exploring effective techniques for persuasive argumentation and case analysis.
  • Navigating the complexities of international law within the Moot Court context.
  • Insider tips and strategies for success.

We welcome all interested persons, including those who were unable to join us via Zoom, to watch this exclusive session and learn from a leading expert in the field and take your moot court skills to new heights! A recorded session is available here.

FAU PACT4Ukraine is grateful to the International Nuremberg Principles Academy and Dr Emma Brandon for their great support and for sharing their experience with the Ukrainian students and academic community.

About Dr. Emma Brandon:
Dr. Emma Brandon is a distinguished American lawyer with a wealth of experience in international law and human rights. She holds a Juris Doctorate (JD) from the American University Washington College of Law and a PhD in International Law from the University of Oslo. Dr. Brandon’s expertise spans from supporting the International Criminal Court’s prosecution team to providing legal counsel in peace negotiations and post-conflict transitions.

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