John H. Jackson Moot Court Competition
The John H. Jackson Moot Court Competition (formerly known as the ELSA Moot Court Competition – CMCC) is a global competition organized by ELSA in cooperation with the World Trade Organization. Firstly, there are 5 regional rounds – in America, Africa, Asia and two in Europe. After registration, the competition teams submit their written submissions, both for the complainant and for the respondent. Teams with 2 -4 members and 2 coaches are tasked with analyzing a fictitious case and then defending their position before a committee consisting of WTO commercial law experts. After evaluating the regional rounds, the top 20 teams will be selected to compete in the final round held in Geneva.
FACE THE GLOBAL CHALLENGE!
Create an opportunity for yourself to learn about other cultures and legal systems in a spirit of critical dialogue and scientific co-operation.
Acquire knowledge of the fastest growing body of law – international economic law.
Accumulate experience to become internationally minded and professionally skilled.