Belgrade Students Have Secured a Place in the Regional Rounds at the European Law Moot
The University of Belgrade Faculty of Law team composed of students Isidora Grabež, Ivana Barać, Đorđe Vićić and Nikola Milovanović, supervised in their work by Ass. Prof. Dr. Tatjana Jovanić, has managed to secure a place in the regional finals of the prestigious European Law Moot Court Competition based on the quality of their written submissions.
The European Law Moot Court is an annual international competition which is held between University teams of students who have an interest in European Union Law. It is organized by the ELMC Society, founded in 1988. It is today considered as the most prestigious moot court within the field of European Union Law and one of the most important moot court competitions in the world.
Every year, 48 teams -12 per Regional Final-, composed by 3 or 4 students and their Coach, designated only by their secret numbers, are qualified for the oral phase. Four Regional Finals are held in European and US Universities over the four weekends of February. The host of our team this year will be the city of Naples where the regional rounds will take place from 16-19 February. This year’s case deals with the new legal framework of supervision of banks and bank restructuring in the EU.
The winners of the regional rounds will take part in the great final at the Court of Justice of the EU in Luxembourg in the beginning of April.