Date: Dec. 2, 2021
Source: Law School and Intellectual Property School
Editor: Xu Qi
JNU's student team from the Law School and Intellectual Property School won second prize, with its total score ranking sixth, in the 2021 China International Law of the Sea Moot Court Competition in Wuhan University on Nov. 28.
Co-hosted by the Wuhan University China Institute of Boundary and Ocean Studies and the Chinese Society of the Law of the Sea, the competition attracted teams from 31 universities across China, including JNU, Wuhan University, Xiamen University, China University of Political Science and Law, East China University of Political Science and Law, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Ocean University of China and China Foreign Affairs University. The competition is divided into two phases: written complaint and oral arguments.
(The competition ranking)
Students prepared for the competition for six mouths. The JNU team of Wang Xinyue and Chen Yanrong (juris master's class of 2020), Zhu Wenqing (master of constitutional and administrative laws class of 2019), Tian Yao (law undergraduate, class of 2018) and Jian Yueqi (law undergraduate, class of 2019) achieved outstanding results under the guidance of its tutor, Xu Qi.
(The JNU team)
The competition is an international moot court competition initiated by China, and the world's first in international law of the sea. It is also the competition highest in standard and scale in that field in the world. Senior experts on the law of the sea in China and abroad are invited as judges.
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