International Maritime Law Arbitration Moot: UPD


In the past 2 years we got so used to online formats of work and education, that a transfer of numerous moot courts into virtual space is no longer surprising. And after a year’s break the International Maritime Law Arbitration Moot is coming back and will take place in Zoom. Singapore Management University will be the virtual hosts of the competition. The moot problem will traditionally involve a dispute relating to commercial maritime law and the controversy will be determined before an arbitral tribunal pursuant to the L.M.A.A. terms or other recognized terms.

General Rounds will be held on 4-6 July, Semi Finals and Grand Final – on 8 July.

The organizers are seeking legal practitioners, arbitrators and members of the maritime industry, both in Asia and beyond, to assist with this exciting and prestigious competition. If you want to become an arbitrator, fill out the form here.

The International Maritime Law Arbitration Moot is a competition open to any students enrolled in a law degree (either undergraduate or postgraduate) who have not been admitted to practice.

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