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International Competition on Commercial Arbitration
Jun 01 2017

Each year the European Arbitration Chamber conducts International Competition on Commercial Arbitration among student teams

The competition was founded by the International non-profit association “European Arbitration Chamber” in 2011. Now it is a popular and prestigious contest in international law debates in the countries of Western, Central and Southeast Europe. Student teams from more than 20 European universities participate in this competition every year.

A mission of this educational project is to increase the level of qualification and professionalism of participants in the legal services market, and promote the development of students’ practical skills in the field of international commercial law, arbitration, mediation, economics, international relations, and so on.

 WHAT IS SPECIAL IN CONTEST?

Training. The participants will undergo training in the leading law firms in Europe and the world, which will enable them to deepen their knowledge and improve their professional qualifications.

Education abroad. The participants will get the necessary knowledge and will be encouraged to participate in international exchange programs.

 

COMPETITION MODEL AND PARTICIPATION CONDITIONS

The competition is based on the model of proceedings in international arbitration (Rules of the International Commercial Arbitration Court under the European Arbitration Chamber) and is held in English.

The winners have the opportunity to undergo training in the leading companies in Europe and the world, which will enable them to gain practical experience in their chosen profession, increase legal qualifications and lay a solid foundation for future employment. The contest is free of charge.

PARTICIPATION IN THE IV INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION ON COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION PROVIDES THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS TO YOUR UNIVERSITY:

  1. Positioning the University as an educational institution that produces only highly qualified personnel;
  2. Establishing contacts and professional relationships with international representatives;
  3. Raising the University rating;
  4. Positive experience in international competition, status and degree of participant;
  5. Participation in press conferences and round tables within projects of the International non-profit association “European Arbitration Chamber”;
  6. The ability to attract investors.

Applications from teams are accepted by the Organizing Committee till November 15th  2016 inclusive at the following address: 04212, Ukraine,  Kyiv, Marshal Tymoshenko street, 21, building 3, office 7.

A scan-copy of the application should be sent to: secretary@chea-taic.be