Moot international courts are mock trials in which you can participate, competing with teams from other universities before an international jury.
The Bachelor in Law + Bachelor in Global Governance, Economics & Legal Order offers you the opportunity to participate in these moot courts and live the emotion of preparing a case and testing your knowledge and skills.
The United Nations simulations will enable you to experience how sessions in one of the world’s most important international organisations actually function.
Moot courts are competitions in which you’ll feel the excitement of preparing a case and competing against teams from different universities around the world in front of a professional jury.
Jessup: the most prestigious moot court in the world
This is a public international law competition in which teams must prepare and present for both sides, and then defend a position orally before members of the International Court of Justice (the judicial body of United Nations).
Organised by the International Law Students Association, some 550 law schools from more than 80 countries participate in this competition. During your studies for the Bachelor Degree in Global Governance, you will have the opportunity to take part.
Success stories 2015: The ESADE team won the Jessup national final and travelled to Washington for the international final.