2017 FDI Moot Results
6 November 2017
6 November 2017 - The Global Finals of the 2017 FDI Moot concluded in Boston on the 5th of November 2017 with 1st National Law School of India University winning the Skadden Arps trophy ahead of 2nd Charles University, Prague before a tribunal composed of Ms Jessica Beess und Chrostin, Ms Carol Ludington, and Prof William Park.
3rd Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
4th University of International Business and Economics, PRC
5th Harvard Law School, USA = Universidad de San Andrés, Argentina
7th Murdoch University, Australia = University of Warsaw, Poland
Please, join us in congratulating all the competitors! 104 Teams from 34 countries had registered for the Global and Regional Rounds, of which 48 eventually participated in Boston, with 250 team members and 60 arbitrators.
The top 3 claimant and respondent memorials will be published in the TDM Journal.
- 3rd Federal University Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil)
- 2nd University of Halle-Wittenberg (Germany)
- 1st Paris Bar School (France)
- 3rd University of Ottawa (Canada)
- 2nd University of International Business and Economics (PR China)
- 1st National University of Advanced Legal Studies (India)
Jolene Hansell (University of Ottawa) earned the Thomas Wälde Advocacy Award (best advocate of the 4 preliminary rounds) as well as the Manuela Beltrán prize for the best woman advocate sponsored by José Manuel Álvarez Zárate. Aditya Mehta (National Law School of India University) was designated best advocate of the Final.
Highest Ranked (orals and written combined) Teams
- 3rd De La Salle University, Philippines.
- 2nd Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
- 1st University of Ottawa, Canada (Baker & McKenzie Cash Prize of US$ 1500)
We would like to thank the many OGEMIDERs who helped us as arbitrators and memorial judges, or supported teams financially through the Wälde Fund.
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