Moot court competition ICC Lex Mercatoria, Minsk

The Organizing committee ICC Lex Mercatoria announces the official launch of the Third International student moot court competition on international trade law and international commercial arbitration.

On the moot court page you will find materials allowing the teams and all interested parties to learn more about the moot court rules and to join the competition for the cup winner:

For those wishing to participate in the Moot Court Competition ICC Lex Mercatoria as arbitrators:

The Third International student moot court competition ICC Lex Mercatoria will be held from November 28 to December 1, 2014 in Minsk (Republic of Belarus) at the law faculty of the Belarus State University.

The competition is traditionally preceded by a dialogue of professionals within the legal forum. The key topics of the forum and the competition will include bank guarantee on URDG, its form, content, issues of validity and independence, bank guarantees in public procurement. Procedural issues will deal with issues of the form of the arbitration agreement, parallel proceedings in national courts and anti-arbitration prohibitive measures.

Participants of the moot court will have honest professional competition, communication with the best experts in the sphere of arbitration and international trade law within the legal forum. The winners will obtain the opportunity of training in the law firm Baker & McKenzie.

Looking forward to your preliminary applications to participate in the forum and the moot court!

Contacts for sending the preliminary applications from teams and obtaining more information about the moot court competition and forum:

Phone: +375 17 202-83-68

+375 29 626-38-96 (Yuri Oleshkevych)


(marked “ICC Lex Mercatoria”)

Information about the moot court completion can be found on the official web site.

Members of the Association can be an individual with a law degree, is a specialist in international commercial arbitration or have a professional interest in international commercial arbitration and share the goals and objectives of the Association. Read more