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Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary

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Arbitration Initiative Georgia

Arbitration Initiative Georgia

USAID/PROLoG Supports Student Moot Court Competition in Human Rights Law

30 November 2018 Deputy Head of the Supreme Court of Georgia, Vasil Roinishvili and participants of the competition

On November 24-25, the National Institute for Human Rights at Free University Tbilisi, within the framework of its USAID/PROLoG grant, organized the third National Moot Court Competition in Human Rights for students. The subject of the Competition was equality before the law and the prohibition of discrimination in the context of the LGBTQI community. The students represented a theoretical applicant and respondent before the Constitutional Court of Georgia.

39 student teams registered for the competition, and after the submission of written memoranda the eight teams with the highest scores were selected to participate in the oral rounds, which took place at the Supreme Court of Georgia.  Teams from Tbilisi State University (TSU), Free University Tbilisi, Georgian Institute of Public Affairs, and Kutaisi Akaki Tsereteli State University competed against each other, with the Free University team ‘Sui Generis’ being declared the winner. The participants in the competition all received certificates and prizes, and the winner of the Best Speaker Award, Tamar Abramidze, was awarded an internship at the NGO “Georgian Democracy Initiative.” 

 

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