Thursday, December 8, 2016

Volunteers Needed to Judge the Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition

The Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition is the world's largest moot court competition, with over 600 teams from more than 90 countries. The Jessup Competiton allows you to interact with brilliant students and talented lawyers. It is an opportunity to educate, network, and explore intriguing international legal issues. And if you competed in Jessup in the past, now it's your turn to be a judge.

Jessup judges are needed all around the world. And in the unlikely event that you're not near any of the upcoming competitions, you can nonetheless serve an important function of judging the written memorials. (I've always enjoyed grading the written memorials because I always seem to learn something while doing that!)

Click here for information on how to volunteer to be a Jessup judge.

Click here to see the Jessup schedule.

And if you would like to support the Jessup competiton, here's information about how to become an "FOJ." The Friends of the Jessup (FOJ) offers support by judging, coaching, administering, making financial contributions, offering legal expertise, and providing general administrative help for the Jessup competition. Click here to learn more about the Friends of Jessup.

(mew)

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/international_law/2016/12/register-to-be-a-jessup-judge.html

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