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Between 2014 and 2018, the Research Centre Mohammed Ali held a European Union law moot court competition un­der the name “The EUROPA Moot Court Competition” in Kavala and Philippi (Greece).

This year the Competition will be hosted by the Lisbon NOVA School of Law and held at the Medieval Village of Óbidos in Portugal.

 The Competition lasts two days. The first day is dedicated to the preliminary rounds, which will take place in three different  museums at the Medieval Villa­ge of Óbidos. The second day is dedicated to the final rounds and ends with a gala dinner and award ceremony, which will take place at the History Man, a beau­tiful restaurant inside the castle walls that surrounds the village.

 The aim of the competition is to promote the study of EU law and to encourage law stu­dents from diverse national and legal backgrounds to deve­lop their oral advocacy skills.

 

FORMAT OF THE COMPETITION

 

Each participating universi­ty is required to form a team of 4 students who will argue a fictional reference for prelimi­nary ruling raising important questions of European Union law before the Court of Jus­tice of the European Union.

Two members will be required to argue in favour of the clai­mant in the main proceedings and the other two in favour of the respondent in the main pro­ceedings or the Commission. The teams will not be required to submit written pleadings.

The language of the pro­ceedings is English.

 

COMPETING UNIVERSITIES

 

Hamad Bin Khalifa Universi­ty (HBKU), a member of Qa­tar Foundation for Education, Science, and Community De­velopment, was founded in 2010 as a research-intensive university that acts as a catalyst for transformative change in Qa­tar and the region while having global impact. Located in Educa­tion City, HBKU is committed to building and cultivating human capacity through an enriching academic experience, innovati­ve ecosystem, and unique part­nerships. HBKU delivers multi­disciplinary undergraduate and graduate programs through its colleges, and provides opportuni­ties for research and scholarship through its institutes and centers.

 

IE University is an internatio­nal university located in Segovia and Madrid, which programs are run in English and Spanish, and are compliant with the terms of the European Higher Education Area. IE University is a diverse, dynamic community with over 75% of its students coming from outside Spain. The diverse and talented faculty that teaches in both campuses comprises of over 500 professors to meet the needs of the 130 nationalities that make up their Bachelor, Master, PhD and Executive programs. IE Uni­versity currently has over 60,000 alumni making tracks and dri­ving innovation in a number of sectors around the world. An innovative vision and entrepre­neurial spirit, fueled by academic rigor and a strong focus on the humanities are key pillars of IE University’s character.

 

University of Liege it is the com­prehensive public university of the Wallonie-Brussels Federa­tion. It reflects two centuries of renowned teaching and academic research, as well as an intellectual tradition which has put Liège on the map since the Middle Ages. ULiège is one of the leading universities in Belgium. Since its inception in 1817, it has de­veloped an association with the scientific, economic and cultu­ral development of the country. Found in the heart of the grea­ter area of Liege, the university itself is located just fifteen mi­nutes from the downtown core.

 

University of Ljubljana is the ol­dest and largest higher education and scientific research institu­tion in Slovenia. The university was founded in 1919. It has more than 40.000 undergraduate and postgraduate students and em­ploys approximately 5.600 higher education teachers, researchers, assistants and administrative sta­ff in 23 faculties and three arts academies. One of the five fou­nding faculties of the University of Ljubljana is the Faculty of Law, the largest law school in Slovenia

 

The Faculty of Law and Political Science has been a reference ins­titution since 1875 and has trai­ned generations of lawyers who supplied professional circles in the Rhône-Alpes region, but also at national and international le­vels. The Faculty of Law supports intellectual research and teaching inside the University Jean Moulin Lyon 3, along with being a pro­fessional school nurturing close ties with legal professions, local administrations and communi­ties, economic environments and associations. The Faculty of Law is deeply rooted in its territory, but has always been and still is open to the world.

 

The University of Murcia is a pu­blic institution of Higher Edu­cation which pursues academic and scientific excellence throu­gh an international influence. Its main activities are focused on re­search, training and cooperation projects, exchange programmes, bilingual education and the pro­motion of double-degrees. The University of Murcia hosts more than 31.000 students, around 1.000 of them international, and offers 56 undergraduate pro­grammes, and 78 master degrees. Even though its origin dates back to the thirteenth century; its esta­blishment dates from 1915, when the Law School was founded.

 

Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” is the first higher edu­cation institution in Bulgaria. Its history is an embodiment and a continuation of centuries of cul­tural and educational tradition in this country.

Its main building is situated at 15 Tsar Osvoboditel Blvd. The Uni­versity provides training courses in all areas - in its 16 faculties, three departments, and other independent organizations such as the university library and a research department. Year after year Sofia University has become into an important academic and scientific centre on the Balkans, a well-developed academic institu­tion with European dimensions/ standards. Today Sofia Univer­sity St. Kliment Ohridski is the largest and most prestigious edu­cational and scientific centre in Bulgaria with its 24 000 students.

 

NOVA School of Law was fou­nded in 1996, and began its firs­t-ever undergraduate course in 1997 as an “innovative hub” in the development of legal science. The wide choice of optional cre­dits and courses in poorly explo­red areas (arbitration, bioethics, sport, foreign nationals, legistics, security) highlight the distinctive NOVA brand.

 

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