Registration is closed for the 2013 Competition.
If you are unfamiliar with the Moot ICC Competition structure, students will compete in pairs in a tournament style bracket, but you must register either four or eight students. Unlike a mock trial, which focuses on the trial itself, the moot will simulate an appeal after the trial. The students will be provided all of the necessary research on the hypothetical international criminal case. They will then be responsible for developing a legal argument, writing a short preparatory brief, and presenting their argument to a panel of judges. Students will be scored on both their written brief (to be submitted before the actual conference) and their legal argument in front of the judges at the conference. All research guidelines and materials, moot case, as well as scoring and rule guidelines will be distributed via email within 24 hours of the close of the registration period.
There is a registration fee of $15 per student, due within the registration period. The registration fee can be paid either through PayPal, or by mailing a check payable to Global Solutions Pittsburgh to:
Global Solutions Pittsburgh
239 Fourth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Classroom visits to better prepare students for the competition are available upon request.
Registration for the 2013 Moot ICC Competition is now closed.
If you have further questions about registration or the Moot ICC competition, please contact Michele Cahill.