Faculty of Law Moot Court Competition
This Court is one of various tools the Faculty of Law at IUS uses to put law into practice. Established on July 6, 2018 by Decision No. IUS-FLW-15-1627/18 of the Faculty of Law Council, the Court is a tool designed to build the skills of the law school’s undergraduate and graduate students in oral arguments while affording them the much-needed hands-on experience they will need when they enter the work world, whether in litigation or outside that practice field. By establishing the Court, the Faculty of Law aims to institutionalize, systematize, and routinize its participation in Moot Court competitions at all levels—local, regional, and international—hitherto fitful and sporadic.
-On the occasion of the Award Ceremony of the Nuremberg Moot Court 2020, Faculty of Law would like to congratulate all winners and participants of this competition.
Faculty of Law is proud of the IUS Team participating in the Nuremberg Moot Court 2020. Congratulations to our students Medisa Focic, Emir Ahmethodzic, Irfan Osmanovic, Adi Osmanovic and Team Coach Assist. Prof. Dr. Goran Simic.
-US Faculty of Law participated for the first time in the prestigious international competition for students in the field of international commercial arbitration – the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot. The IUS team consisted of Irfan Osmanović, Emir Ahmethodžić, Medisa Fočić and Mariama Aidoo, as well as the coaches: Prof. dr. Emir Sudžuka and Fahira Brodlija MA.
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