IMLAM (2014)

The IMLAM Moot was first founded in 2000 by the University of Queensland. The moot problem typically involves a commercial shipping dispute, to be determined by an arbitral panel according to the LMAA Terms or other equivalent rules. The problem is designed to incorporate difficult but realistic issues of substantive maritime law in an arbitration context. Each team prepares comprehensive memoranda in support of the Claimant and the Respondent in the dispute. In the general rounds, each team argues twice for each side. The top-scoring 8 teams proceed to a knockout final series culminating in the final.

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Results

Rank
Team
Score
Winner
University of Indonesia
flag-ID Indonesia
84576
Runner-up
Maastricht University
flag-NL Netherlands
70270
round 3
National Law School of India University
flag-IN India
25564
round 3
University of Queensland
flag-AU Australia
25564
round 2
Murdoch University
flag-AU Australia
10364
round 2
National Law University Odisha
flag-IN India
10364
round 2
National University of Singapore
flag-SG Singapore
10364
round 2
University of Hong Kong
flag-HK Hong Kong
10364
round 1
City University of Hong Kong
flag-HK Hong Kong
2764
round 1
Dalian Maritime University
flag-CN China
2764
round 1
East China University of Political Science and Law
flag-CN China
2764
round 1
Erasmus University Rotterdam
flag-NL Netherlands
2764
round 1
Gadjah Mada University
flag-ID Indonesia
2764
round 1
Gujarat National Law University
flag-IN India
2764
round 1
Hidayatullah National Law University
flag-IN India
2764
round 1
International Islamic University Malaysia
flag-MY Malaysia
2764
round 1
Padjadjaran University
flag-ID Indonesia
2764
round 1
Sri Lanka Law College
flag-LK Sri Lanka
2764
round 1
University of Antwerp
flag-BE Belgium
2764
round 1
University of Southampton
flag-GB United Kingdom (UK)
2764
round 1
Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines University
flag-FR France
2764
round 1
West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences
flag-IN India
2764
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Overview
Eligibility
International
Location
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Working Language
English
Discipline
International Maritime Law
Participation points
2764
Number of teams
22
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