Paris, 24 November 2020
Jus Mundi has partnered with the Eastern European Foreign Investment Moot Court Competition (EEFI) to offer complimentary access to Jus Mundi Legal Research. Jus Mundi is delighted to be supporting the first Eastern European investment arbitration moot.
The participants will have access throughout the competition until March 28, 2021. Additionally, the winner & runner-up teams will get 1-year access to Jus Mundi Legal Research. All participants have already received the instructions to sign up on Jus Mundi. New participants will also receive access upon registration.
Help Center for EEFI moot: here
About the EEFI moot
The EEFI Moot runs under the auspices of the Postgraduate Society of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy.
This year’s moot problem is an investment dispute based on historical facts and adapted to the legal community’s contemporary legal framework and issues.
Iryna Glushchenko (Associate, Aequo, Senior Lecturer, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy) prepared the case-study in cooperation with the Solomiya Krushelnytska Musical Memorial Museum in Lviv and the Bohdan and Varvara Khanenko National Museum of Arts with assistance from Volodymyr Maslov. Organizational support from Katalina Shkuro, Ivan Sova, Viktoria Bilenko, Myroslav Vovk, Ruslana Koshel, and Tetiana Maksymchuk and design by Inna Gynocent and Oleksandr Grekhov.
You can read the case study here.
Eligible countries to participate in the moot.
Ukraine, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Poland, Moldova, Romania, Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Hungary, Albania, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Greece, Turkey, Armenia, Georgia.
Deadline to register for the moot
If you haven’t registered, you can still apply for the moot by December 10, 2020. If you have any additional questions on the Rules, please feel free to contact them via e-mail at EEFIMootCourt@gmail.com or in messengers on EEFI’s social media.
About Jus Mundi
The Jus Mundi platform offers a comprehensive, multilingual, and user-friendly search engine for advanced academic research in international law. Jus Mundi covers over 3800 international treaties (BITs, FTAs, multilateral agreements) and over 30,000 international law, investor-state, and commercial arbitration documents issued by ICSID, UNCITRAL, IUSCT, WTO, ICC, SCC, ICDR, ICJ, PCIJ, PCA, ITLOS, Mixed Claims Commissions and other institutions.
Jus Mundi offers several advanced linguistic features and more than a dozen filters to narrow down search criteria based on open or specific search strings, legal concepts relevant to the search, case type, decision type, type of legal document, decision-makers, dates, and more.