Law students from all over the world moot in Nuremberg

Kenyan student at the Nuremberg Moot Court 2015 in front of the international bench (Image: International Nuremberg Principles Academy)

International court competition in Courtroom 600: Nuremberg Moot Court

The Nuremberg Moot Court invites participants from across the globe to argue a fictitious international criminal law case before the “International Criminal Court”. Dissecting both complex procedural and substantive issues of international criminal law, students are given the opportunity to apply and develop their skills and moot at the historic Courtroom 600 at the Nuremberg Palace of Justice. This unique location allows students to practice international criminal law at its very birthplace, offering a historical educational experience. The organizers coordinate with highly esteemed professionals in the field, such as judges, academics and other practitioners to sit on the moot court panels. The organizers of the Nuremberg Moot Court are the International Nuremberg Principles Academy and the International Criminal Law Research Unit at FAU.


Saturday, 27 July 2019, at 17.00 pm: Quarterfinals, Semifinals, Final and Awards Ceremony at the historic Courtroom 600 of the Nuremberg Palace of Justice.

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