MOOT COURT COMPETITION
Moot Court Competition (MCC) sector was established on 1st of August 2013.
A Moot Court is a simulated hearing and court proceeding in a certain area of law and aims at bridging the gap between theory and practice.
Representing the two opposing parties, students argue a fictitious case written by an expert in the area in front of a qualified Panel.
The first stage of a Moot Court consists of written submissions by both parties followed by oral pleadings.
Through the organization of simulation and training, students are given the opportunity to participate in competitions at local and national level, with which it will be the best teams of students qualify for the prestigious competition organized by ELSA such as ELSA Moot Court Competition on WTO Law (EMC2) and The European Human Rights Moot Court Competition (HRMCC).
All the students of the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, as well as the students from PA in Novi Sad can participate.
The simulations are performed with the help of a mentor – law graduate, law trainee and/or assistant, and may be public (for everyone) or private (for ELSA MCC participants).
As a rule, mock trials (public ones) are held once in winter and once in summer semester.