Team Maastricht University winner of the Nuremberg Moot Court 2022

On 15 July 2022, the finals of the Nuremberg Moot Court 2022 took place. Like last year, the competition took place online due to the Corona pandemic. In the finals, the winning team of Maastricht University, consisting of Dylan Jesse Andrian, Ekaterina Fakirova, Fikri Fahmi Faruqi and Nicole Binder (coached by Craig Eggett), won against the team of Koç University from Turkey. Moreover, the award for best overall speaker went to Dylan Jesse Andrian. 


A moot court is a simulated court proceeding which invites students of law to compete based on their oral and written legal argumentation and presentation, from both the prosecution and defence positions. The Nuremberg Moot Court, which is conducted in English, targets law students from all over the world who are interested in international criminal law.

Please visit the website of the Nuremberg Moot Court for more information or the website of the UM Faculty of Law for more information on other moot courts.

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