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The CFAU team enters the finals of Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition
and wins the best book award

Publish date:2018-04-11Browse times:Size:[ big middle small ]



The Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, sponsored by the International Law Students Association, was first held in 1959. The event is the largest and oldest professional law moot court competition in the world and is regarded as the “International Olympiad ” of international law.

The international finals of the 58th Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition were held in Washington. After fierce competition, our team successfully reached the top 32 in the world for the first time and won the best book award. Liu Yanbin won the title of the best debater and made a historical record in this tournament. Moreover, of all Chinese college delegations, the CFAU team earned the most honors .

The CFAU team was formed in October 2016, and is currently comprised of students Lu Chen, Ou Weiyan, Liu Yanbin and Qin Yuandong. They were instructed by Dr. Wang Jia and Dr. Song Yan of the Department of International Law. The team was awarded third place in the Chinese mainland competition, qualifying for the finals in Washington. With strong backgrounds in law and effective teamwork, the CFAU school team showed outstanding performance in the competition and earned positive feedback from judges and opponents. 






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