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Swiss Moot Court : congratulations to Emily Zurfluh, Dzeneta Hrustic and Marcelly De Lima Ribeiro

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The oral phase of the Swiss Moot Court was held at the Swiss Supreme Court in Luzern, on February 17 and 18, 2017.

The Neuchâtel University team won the best written pleadings, among 36 teams. They ranked 4th in the oral phase.

The Swiss Moot Court takes place annually and brings together teams of students from all Swiss Faculties of Law. Thirty-six teams of two to four students submitted their applicant & defendant written pleadings in 2017. The best twelve qualified for the oral phase in Luzern and pleaded before a jury of twelve experts composed of federal judges, professors and lawyers. Four teams from Neuchâtel University qualified for the oral round.

For further information :

www.swissmootcourt.ch


Welcome to the Faculty of Law at Neuchâtel

 

The Faculty of Law started its new academic year on Monday 14 September 2015, with the number of students holding a Swiss maturité leaving certificate up by 11%.

The Faculty’s size, the close working relationships with professors and its reputation are all highly valued by new students.

 

 


René Cassin 2015/2016 European competition on human rights

The Neuchâtel team achieves 5th place and takes the prize for the best dissertation!
 

Among the teams submitting written pleadings for applicant and defendant, the best thirty went through to the speaking round, which took place from March 30 to April 1 in Strasbourg. The University of Neuchâtel’s team took fifth place in the contest (which was won by the University of Réunion), and the Prix des Lauréats in the written round for the best defence dissertation, as well as the prize for the best dissertation in the 2016 edition.

The UniNE team, from right to left, was Noémie Suter, Emilie Jankowiak and Emilie Walpen, accompanied by Alfio Russo (doctoral assistant). 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 


 

 


 

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