Moot Court - European Law

 

Wanted: Team for ELMC 2021/2022!

This year, a team of 3-4 students is wanted again to face the challenge and prepare for the ELMC during Winter Term 2021/2022 to achieve another ELMC success for the University of Vienna.

Why the ELMC?

This Moot Court offers you the unique opportunity to deepen your knowledge on European Law in a team based on a real case and compete against participants from all over the world.
The ELMC is the most prestigious European Law Moot Court with over 80 international Universities participating every year. Furthermore, this Moot Court offers you the chance to present your skills in front of members of the CJEU. More information can be found on the ELMC website: www.europeanlawmootcourt.eu 

Why should you apply?

The ELMC offers you the possibility to discover European Law matters from a different perspective. You will thereby learn to work in a team and sharpen your arguments in written and oral pleadings. As your coaches, we will support you and aim to bring the team to the final in Luxemburg again this year.
According to the motto "moot – meet – compete" you have the possibility to travel to European cities, get to know students from all over the world and might earn yourself an internship with an international law firm or EU-institutions.

What requirements do you have to meet?

In addition to your enthusiasm for European Law and new challenges, you should meet the following criteria:

  • completion of the FÜM I or LL.B. with European law courses (European Law exams highly desirable)
  • excellent command of English (command of French highly desirable)
  • team spirit

The selection process will take place during August 2021. The ELMC equals 8 ECTS.

You can submit your application with CV, transcript of records and letter of motivation by e-mail (see below) until 15 August 2021.

Want to learn more?

If you are interested in joining the next team, you can get more detailed insights into the ELMC in the podcast Moot Probe Link (Audio in German only).

Any questions?

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contactus:

Daniela Gschwindt daniela.gschwindt [AT] univie.ac.at

Julia Zöchling julia.zoechling [AT] univie.ac.at


 

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Das Team der Universität Wien wird unterstützt durch