ALSA International Humanitarian Law Moot
This high intensity moot will be a mock court room scenario focusing on human rights and armed conflict. This is a unique experience where students will have the opportunity to put their practical legal skills and adversarial skills to the test and fight for justice!
International human rights law is also known as the laws of war and armed conflict. The IHL moot serves the purpose to raise awareness for international humanitarian law issues within the Australian university community. This moot will assist in your understanding and appreciation of the ever-growing importance of international humanitarian law. You will have the opportunity to step into the shoes of a humanitarian lawyer and fight for what is right.
Check out the Australian Law Student Society’s page:
- Form teams of two-three: Teams must consist of a Senior and Junior Counsel. If you are seeking for a partner, please contact the comps team ASAP and we will try to match you up with someone!
- Preparation level – High. Bring your A game!
- Business Attire required.
- Please make sure you are free during ALL the dates provided above.
Registrations close 29th of May!
Since this competition is conducted by ALSA, the Deakin Law Students’ Society Geelong is only allowed to send one team to compete on behalf of the society. We would like you to provide a word document (300-word limit) expressing your interest and your mooting experiences. This can all be submitted in the registration link provided below.
In order to register, please complete the following form provided in the link:
If you are without a partner, please contact Daphne at email@example.com