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030567 MC Historical Jewish Law Moot Court (2019W)
The Rabbinic Tribunal of Prague
Continuous assessment of course work
Note: The time of your registration within the registration period has no effect on the allocation of places (no first come, first serve).
- Registration is open from Fr 21.02.2020 11:30 to Sa 22.02.2020 11:30
- Deregistration possible until Sa 22.02.2020 11:30
max. 12 participants
23. - 28.02.2020 in Tel Aviv (Jerusalem)
Assessment and permitted materials
The students' progress will be monitored on the basis of their participation in the pre-moots and the moot.
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
There are six conditions for a successful participation in the 5th Historical Jewish Law Moot Court 2019/2020:
- interest in, but no prior knowledge of Jewish law
- a letter of motivation
- above average English language skills
- readiness to work as part of a team
- participation in the two pre-moots, one in Jerusalem (in February 2020) and one in Moscow (in July 2020) , and the moot
- writing a seminar paper based on the oral pleading in the moot court (in order to gain 4 additional ECTS)
The moot counts as the final examination.
Available in class.
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