X ANNUAL CCJ INTERNATIONAL LAW MOOT, FRIDAY 9th MARCH 2018
X ANNUAL CCJ INTERNATIONAL LAW MOOT
FRIDAY 9 MARCH 2018
The Caribbean Court of Justice will hold its X Annual International Law Moot on Friday 9 March 2018.
Eight teams have registered to participate, they are the:
- Eugene Dupuch Law School (The Bahamas)
- Hugh Wooding Law School (Trinidad & Tobago)
- Norman Manley Law School (Jamaica)
- Department of Law of the University of Guyana
- Faculty of Law of the University of Technology (Jamaica)
- Faculty of Law of the University of the West Indies (Mona Campus, Jamaica)
- Faculty of Law of the University of the West Indies (Cave Hill Campus, Barbados)
- Faculty of Law of the University of the West Indies (St Augustine Campus, Trinidad & Tobago)
Volunteer students of the Faculty of Law of the University of the West Indies-St. Augustine will man the Moot Registry. They will fill the roles of: Registrar; Court Support Officer; Marshal; Timekeeper and Usher.
The Moot Rules were amended in 2014 to allow for e-filing. Thus, the Moot Registry volunteers will locate Mooters’ relevant authorities in the Court library and upload them to memory sticks for the Moot Judges, rather than produce voluminous binders of printed documents.
Lecture-demos of the courtroom technology will be provided for all mooting teams, their advisors, and Moot Registry personnel prior to Moot Day.
The mooting sessions will follow this schedule:
Leader for the claimant: 20 minutes
Junior for the claimant: 15 minutes
Leader for the defendant: 20 minutes
Junior for the defendant: 15 minutes
Right to reply of applicant/claimant: 5 minutes (not obligatory)
The winning team will be awarded the Caribbean Court of Justice International Law Moot Challenge Shield. Further prizes will be awarded as follows:
- A plaque to the best team from an academic (as opposed to a professional) institution;
- Gold medals to the members of the winning team, silver to the members of the second-placed team, and bronze to all other participants;
- A certificate of participation to each participant, inclusive of the Moot Registry students;
- Certificates to the winning and the second-placed teams to be remitted at the graduation ceremony from their institutions.
Schedule of Appearances
X Annual Caribbean Court of Justice International Law Moot Court
Friday 9 March 2018
The Right Honourable Sir Charles Michael Dennis Byron
President of the CCJ
University of Technology (Jamaica) v University of the West Indies (Mona)
10:55 a.m.-12:25 p.m.
University of the West Indies (Cave Hill) v
University of Guyana
Norman Manley Law School (Jamaica) v
University of the West Indies (St Augustine)
Hugh Wooding Law School (Trinidad & Tobago) v
Eugene Dupuch Law School (The Bahamas)
Judgment – 4:45 p.m.
Download the event brochure here: 2018 Guide