030137 MC Telders Moot Court, International Law Moot Court (2014S)
8.00 ECTS (2.00 SWS), SPL 3 - Rechtswissenschaften
max. 4 participants
Currently no class schedule is known.
Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
Individual marking based on the written and oral performance during the preparation for the competition.
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
The course is open for all students who want to improve their knowledge of international law, presentation techniques and english skills.
Coaching of the participants in writing the memorials and in preparing for the pleadings in The Hague by training of presentation techniques and video analysis.
Aust A., Modern Treaty Law and Practice (2000); Aust A., Handbook of Internation Law (2005); Brownlie I., Principle of Public international Law (6th ed., 2003); Cassese A., International Law (2nd ed., 2005); Cede F. & Sucharipa-Berman L., The United Nations: Law and Practice (2001); Collier J. and Lowe V., The Settlement of Disputes in International Law (2000); Dixon M. and Mc Corquodale R., Cases and Materials on International Law (4th ed., 2003); Jennings r. & Watts A., Oppenheim¿s International Law ( 9th ed., 1992); Shaw M.N., International Law (5th ed., 2003); Simma B. et al., the Charter of the United Nations-A Commentary (2nd ed., 2002); Sinclair I., The Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties, Commentary )(2nd ed., 1984); Villinger M.E., Customary Internation Laaw and Treaties (2nd ed., 1997); Zimmermann A. et al., Commentary on the Statute of the International Court of Justice (2006).
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