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International Moots and Other Competitions
Last Updated Date:   1 June 2021


4 Credits,  Semester 2

Course Description:
NUS has an unparalleled reputation in international moots and other competitions. These competitions include public and private international law moots (such as the Jessup, Vis, Maritime and Lachs Moots) as well as other competitions. Students will be selected each year to represent NUS in international competitions. Selection is based on criteria established by the Coaches. Course credit is awarded for participation in competitions which require significant research and written work, usually in the form of written submissions, and which require a significant oral presentation such as a moot or a negotiation. The competitions for which course credit awarded is non-exhaustive and will be decided each year by the NUS coaches.

Course Convenor: A/P Wong Siew Yin, Eleanor

Co-teacher(s): Ms Lee Su-Lin, Ms Bissy Ithack and Mr Clement Lin

Module Codes: LL4203 / LL5203 / LL6203 / LLJ5203

Contact Hours: No formal contact hours

Workload: -

Mode of Assessment: 100% Continuous Assessment

Preclusions: Varies with different competitions.

Prerequisites: NUS Compulsory Core Law Curriculum or common law equivalent.
Note: Participation in some competitions requires students to have done International Legal Process.

Examination Date: Continuous Assessment

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