5311806 J: European Human Rights Moot Court Competition, 6-10 Cp
01.01.2013 - 31.07.2018
||J: European Human Rights Moot Court Competition
||J: European Hum
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||Subject||0308 Science of Law
The Moot Court Competition provides an opportunity to deepen
understanding of both appeal procedure before the European Court of
Human Rights and the principles of the European Convention on Human
European Human Rights Moot Court Competition is organised by the
European Law Students´ Association (ELSA) in co-operation with
the Council of Europe. The Moot Court Competition follows the
pattern of the appeal procedure before the European Court of Human
|Modes of study
Entry 4 person teams. Teams will get a fictional case of which
first to draw up a written reply both from the applicant’s
and adverse party’s point of view. The second oral part
follows after the written part. The oral part is European wide
final where 16 best teams will be invited. The oral part will be
held at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. In this
part, teams will represent both the applicant and the adverse party
in the proceedings which follows the normal course of procedure of
the European Court of Human Rights. The final will be held annually
in February-March. The prize for the winner team of the competition
"the Council of Europe Prize" is a traineeship at the European
Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg for a period of one month.
The language of the written and oral submissions is English.
Submission of written part (6 cp) and oral competition (4 cp).
The course may count as a seminar in ON-studies, or be included as
elective studies or specialization studies in OTM-studies, as
elective studies in the Master’s program or elective studies
in HTK or HTM.
Letter (J, K) in front of the name of the course/exam indicates the campus on which teaching or exam takes place: J = Joensuu, K = Kuopio.
Present and future teaching