The moot court competition “Dispute Resolution in the EAEU 2018”
The “Dispute Resolution in the EAEU” competition is a unique educational platform that allows future law experts to explore dispute resolution mechanisms within the EAEU.
The purpose of this competition is to form a new generation of highly qualified specialists in the field of international law in the EAEU countries, capable of representing the interests of both states and members of their business communities in international jurisdiction bodies.
The competence of the EAEU Court, antitrust regulation, green power industry, expropriation, regulation of cryptocurrency turnover and legal issues of creating free economic zones in the EAEU space were the topics of the 2018 "Wind" Problem.
18 teams from Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, and Russia took part in the written stage. 12 teams took part in the oral stage. According to the results of the final round the panel of judges composed of judges of the EAEU Court (Aizhamal Azhibraimova, Denis Kolos, Armen Tumanyan) has determined the team of the Ural State Law University as the winner of the competition. The Belarusian State University has become the vice-champion of the competition. The team from the Kyrgyz Republic, American University of Central Asia, has won the bronze medal. The team of the National Research University Higher School of Economics (St. Petersburg) took the honorary 4th place.
The best speaker of the final round was Aleksey Selyun from the Belarusian State University. Matvey Tarasov from the Ural State Law University has become the best speaker of the whole competition. Both best speakers received the right to undergo an internship at PJSC ENEL Russia. The team of the Ural State University has compiled the best written legal position.
ENEL Russia was the 2018 Competition's General Partner.
"Sobytie" event agency and the Russian Arbitration Center at the Russian Institute of Modern Arbitration were the 2018 Competition's Partners.
"Russian Justice" and "International Justice" magazines, and the CIS Arbitration Forum website were the 2018 Competition's Information Partners.
The Competition's administration: P.P. Myslivsky, Ph.D. in Law, V.O. Neshataeva, Ph.D. in Law, A.A. Panov, Ph.D.
The author of Competition Problem: P.P. Myslivsky, Ph.D. in Law. The reviewer of Competition Problem: V.O. Neshataeva, Ph.D. in Law.
The editor of Competition Problem: A.A. Panov, Ph.D.
The first Competition was held in 2017. The Competition Problem “Case concerning the heart” included the following topics: bioethics, the jurisdiction of the EAEU Court, extraterritorial jurisdiction, and customs regulation. 18 teams from Armenia, Belarus, Kirghizia, Moldova, and Russia took part in the written stage, 12 teams took part in the oral stage. As a result of the final round, the panel of judges composed of the judge of the EAEU Court E.V. Hayriyan, the judge of the EAEU Court D.G. Kolos, the judge of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation, Ph.D. N.V. Pavlova, named the team of the Russian State University of Justice as the winner of the 2017 Competition. Matvej Tarasov from the Ural State Law University was the best oralist of the final round. The best oralist of the whole Competition was Viktoria Krivun from the Ural State Law University. She won the opportunity to take an internship at the Council of Europe. The team of the Higher School of Economics produced the best written memorial. Administered by: Myslivsky P.P., Neshataeva V.O., Panov A.A. Authors of the problem: Myslivsky P.P., Neshataeva V.O.
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