Feedback of the participants of the Nuremberg Moot Court 2016

Victoria Muzyka (National University of Odessa). © Lérot

A little story about an awesome time in Nuremberg

PART I. A way to Nuremberg and back
Travelling is one of the most unforgettable parts of each competition, especially if you travel with Mariia Stolbova and Lisa Boschatkina. We discussed almost all topics connected with Nuremberg moot court, organized a few live-shows ("About men", "No more train", "New husband for Masha" etc.) and walked at 3 a.m. through Nuremberg. We've left more than million of footprints by discovering this old and great city. And be sure, I will never forget time spent with these two special girls. They definitely made my time incredible!

PART II. Games of Thrones – Let our sessions begin!
I am really proud of that we had a chance to plead before international experts. It was an honour to represent own arguments before those who acted as judges, prosecutors or defence counsels in the ICC, ICTY, ICTR or SCSL. When I was standing in the room 226 of the Memorium Nuremberg Trials, I felt myself being a real Prosecutor of the ICC. There were no students at that moment – we believed all was real.

PART III. Danke Schön!
Finally I have coped with my emotions and feel free and happy to express my gratitude to those who supported our team on different stages. Without coaches – Anastasiya Murzanovskaya and Dmytro Koval – our participation would be impossible. I remember that moment when they told us about this competition and appreciate all given advice. They made us stronger and more convinced in our position, helped to become better. Special gratitude to Olexiy Plotnikov, who helped to improve presentations, listen to us and gave some priceless ideas. And finally, a lot of thanks are going to Nikolai Paschkowskii and Kostiantyn Gorobets for sharing our passion for moot courts, provided support and believing in us!

Part IV. It's Not the End...

Johnwin N Mpunga (National University of Rwanda). © Lérot

It is really good to study and practice law, but it is most wonderful and a great experience to meet with different lawyers from different corners of the world to discuss about law.
Here is a group of lawyers in historical room 600 of Nuremberg criminal Court, after the moot court competition.
"Let justice be served and peace be observed"

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