From 31 March to 7 April 2017, KAZGUU University team took part in the national and international rounds of the Philip C. Jessop Law Moot Court Competition.
P. Jessop international moot court is the most prestigious and famous competition in the field of international law, conducted by the International Law Student Association (ILSA) and supported by the international law firm White & Case. The competition is conducted in the English language in Washington, D. C. This year was the 59th time the competition was held, and 645 teams from 95 countries took part.
KAZGUU University team had the honour to represent Kazakhstan in this competition, as the national champion, having defeated KIMEP University in the first two rounds. In the international rounds of the competition, KAZGUU University team had to play against the teams of such prestigious universities as University of Toronto (Canada), Case Western Reserve University (USA), BRAC University (Bangladesh), and Hena e Plote (BEDER) University (Albania).
In the end, KAZGUU University team scored 3050 points and took the 49th place. In the competition ranking, KAZGUU University overtook many world-famous universities, including the University of California Berkley (USA, 60th place), Universität Wien (Austria, 53rd place), the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law – Common Law Section (Canada, 57th place), Fordham University (USA, 62nd place), Case Western Reserve University (USA, 64th place) and many others.
In addition, the memorandums drafted by KAZGUU University team were among the top 50, at the 26th place, and speakers Zarina Temirbulatova and Madina Arturova were among top 100 speakers in the competition.
The team also included undergraduate and graduate students of KAZGUU University Aiym Sabyrova, Alexandra Platoshina, and Adil Osipov. The team’s coaches were deputy chairman of the Board and assistant professor of the Department of International Law Miras Daulenov, senior teachers of the Department of International Law Aiman Smagulova and Alberto Pecoraro.
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