Moot court is a commonly used term for student competitions that simulate court or arbitral proceedings. Moot courts provide students with an opportunity to elaborate legal argumentation based on the facts of the case and present it before judges or arbitrators. Participation in moot courts helps prospective lawyers to learn the art of analysis of complex issues, obtain researching skills and enhance public speaking.
Moot courts allow to get acquainted with other talented students, distinguished professors and practitioners from all over the world, as well as to receive offers from potential employees.
Moot Courts Guide
To popularize moot courts and make information about them more accessible for Russian students Young IMA prepared a unique Moot Courts Guide. The Guide comprises competitions on Russian and International law. Competitions are structured thematically for convenience.
The Guide provides information about venue, date, language of each competition as well as short description of a moot court and achievements of Russian teams for the last years.
All the information about competitions and accomplishments is received from open sources.