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Pace Law School 2006 Int'l Criminal Court Moot Competition - Nov 10-12, 2006
March 06, 2006 at 10:25 AM
In Fall 2006, Santa Clara will again field a team to compete in the Pace Law School International Criminal Court competition. Last year, our team ranked third and won several individual accolades. Students with an interest in international and criminal law in particular should consider trying out for the team. Details about the try outs will be circulated soon.
Try outs will coincide with try outs for the Jessup International Law Moot Court team as well. This year, our team made it to the regional finals, losing narrowly to the University of Texas who will go on to compete in the world championships.
Beth Van Schaack
PACE LAW SCHOOL
INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT MOOT COMPETITION
Pace Law School is proud to announce the second annual International Criminal Court Moot Competition November 10-12, 2006. The event is open to the international law school community, welcoming law schools from disparate legal traditions to compete against one another in the context of a hypothetical criminal trial to be argued before the International Criminal Court.
THE COMPETITION IN BRIEF
Each team will submit three short memorials (briefs) requiring the students to research and develop arguments based on the three participants in ICC prosecutions, i.e., the Prosecution, the Defense and the Victims’ Advocates, a new role developed for the first time for the International Criminal Court. These memorials will be evaluated by legal scholars, and prizes will be awarded for best brief, second place runner-up, and third place runner-up in each of the three categories of memorials. Rules for participation by team coaches in the brief writing and oral argument phases of preparation are available on our web site.
Perhaps the most exciting feature of the Moot, and one unique to this competition, is that each team of students will participate in three rounds of oral arguments and have the opportunity of arguing from all three perspectives, prosecutor, defense counsel and victims’ advocate. Students who participated in a trial run for the Moot last year all commented that they had never experienced a better way of learning the substantive and procedural law in a given area and fully developing the arguments of the parties than by having the opportunity to make those arguments from all three perspectives during the Moot.
The 1st ICC Moot Competition featured a dinner reception and keynote address by Prof. David Scheffer, former Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes in the Clinton Administration and chief negotiator for the United States on the Rome Statute. The final round of oral arguments was judged by leading experts in the field of international criminal law and the ICC. Dr. Benjamin Ferencz served as the Chief Judge on the panel for the Final Round.
The 2006 Pace International ICC Moot will be open to all law schools, and we hope that your law school will be with us this year. The Rules and the Problem for the Moot are available online. If you are interested in competing, please contact Professor Matthew Brotmann at and complete the Registration Form which you will also find online.
ABOUT PACE LAW SCHOOL
Pace Law School, one of the six graduate and professional schools of Pace University, is located in White Plains, New York, in Westchester County, some 25 miles north of New York City. Directions for reaching the law school by air, car, or train are available online.
The Law School is nationally and internationally recognized for the excellence of our Environmental and International Law Programs as well as our Clinical and Internship opportunities. We offer certificate and graduate programs in two specialties -- Environmental Law and International Law, Public and/or Private. Pace Law School also boasts Centers of Excellence including the Pace Land Use Law Center, the Women’s Justice Center, the Center for Environmental Legal Studies, the Energy Project and the Pace Institute for International Commercial Transactions.
The Institute sponsors the internationally renowned Willem Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot each Spring in Vienna, an event in which you law school may have also participated. The Institute is also the creator of the most extensive and well-regarded web site on the Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG). More detailed information on these and other Pace programs may be found at
Click here to view recorded webcast:
International Criminal Court Moot Final
Beth Van Schaack
Assistant Professor of Law
Santa Clara University School of Law
500 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, CA 95053
(408) 554 2349
as soon as possible
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Include the following information on your request:
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- Your campus ID number
- The name and section number of the course you wish to add
- A phone number where we can reach you
- A drop request for any courses that conflict with the course you are adding
IF YOU HAVE A HOLD AND WE CANNOT REGISTER YOU, YOU WILL FORFEIT YOUR SEAT.
PLEASE BE SURE TO CHECK THE LIST EVERYDAY JANUARY 3 - 12.
If you have any questions or concerns, please e-mail to email@example.com or call (408) 554 - 4766.