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14th Vis East Moot 2016 - 2017

Registration 30th September 2016

Orals week 26th March - 2nd April 2017
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Vis East Moot 13

Winner of David Hunter Award

Chinese University of Hong Kong
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Vis East Moot 14

26th March - 2nd April 2017

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Capacity Building Project 26th September - 5th October 2016
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Young International Mediation Competition

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14th Vis East Moot

ABOUT THE MOOT

Because of the international business community's marked preference for arbitration as the means for resolving trans-border commercial disputes, the Vis Moot was created as a clinical tool for training law students in crucial aspects of the procedure: research, drafting and advocacy..

Structure of the Moot

Law students participate in two separate but equally important phases: the research and writing of memoranda for both claimant and respondent, and oral arguments based upon the memoranda. Both phases are judged by panels of international arbitration experts. The Moot problem always involves a contract dispute arising out of a transaction relating to the sale and purchase of goods under the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG).

WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?

Students

Excellent educational tool!

Grow your profession

Meet the top international arbitrators!

Arbitrators

Grow your network!

Everyone

Lifelong friendships are forged!