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INTERNATIONAL MOOT COMPETITIONS  

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International Moot Competitions  

Pax Moot: Moot Court Competition On Private International Law

Coordinator: prof. Albert Henke
Description: PAX Moot is a specialized moot court competition among Universities’ teams from all round the world focused on cross-border civil and commercial litigation and on private international law issues. Civil and commercial litigation in an international setting presents a much more complicated reality than domestic litigation, given the differences in legal traditions, political systems, social values and cultures among different jurisdictions. In turn, private international law, or conflict of laws, is the set of legal principles, devices, modes of reasoning and rules that leads to the application of different national laws in international cases and allocates jurisdiction. This field of law has increasing come to the foreground of significant multinational legal disputes, where sometimes the entire case hinges on jurisdiction or applicability of certain national regulations. It now plays an important role in a multiplicity of legal fields, from contractual law to commercial law, from competition law to IP rights law, from financial law to labour, environmental and family law. (follows)

25 febbraio 2019

Willem C. Vis Moot Court Competition (Vienna)

Il Dipartimento di Diritto Pubblico Itaiano e Sovranazionale sponsorizza l’iniziativa denominata “Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot”. (segue)

31 ottobre 2014

Foreign Direct Investment International Arbitration Moot

Il Foreign Direct Investment International Arbitration Moot è una simulazione di una procedura arbitrale in materia di Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), tra i fenomeni economici di maggiore rilevanza degli ultimi anni a livello internazionale, che rappresenta un fattore chiave dello sviluppo economico e industriale di ogni Paese. (segue)

31 ottobre 2014
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