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S&K Vertical sponsored the team of the law faculty of the Saint Petersburg State University which participated in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition

28 February 2013

The Russian National Round of Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot

Court Competition had taken place in Moscow from January, 30 to February, 4, 2013.

Students from 39 Russian universities participated in the national rounds. The competition was held at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations and the Moscow State Academy of Law. The teams represented parties in a hypothetical case before an imitated

International Court of Justice.

The team of the law faculty of the Saint Petersburg State University was ranked as 8th among other teams.

The team of the law faculty of the Saint Petersburg State University consisted of

1. Vadim Kovalev, 2nd year student of the master’s programme in international law

2. Artyom Berlin, 4th year student of the bachelor’s programme

3. Darya Kosheleva, 3rd year student of the bachelor’s programme

4. Elizaveta Fetisova, 3rd year student of the bachelor’s programme


Coaches of the team:

1. Alexandra Suchkova (bachelor, law faculty of the Saint Petersburg State University)

2. Maria Kiskachi (bachelor, law faculty of the Saint Petersburg State University)


We congratulate the team of the law faculty of the Saint Petersburg State University and wish them every success!


Note:

Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition is a role-played case. Today it is the largest and the most renowned student case competition in the world. It was founded in 1959. More than 2000 students of 700 law schools from 90 countries take part in this competition annually. The competition is held by International Law Students Association - ILSA.  


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