Students Compete in ICC Moot Court Competition in The Hague
Students Trevor Maxwell (2L), Chris Keeler (2L), and Asma Kadri (2L) competed against teams from around the world May 17-22 during the international phase of the International Criminal Court Moot Court Competition in The Hague. The competition simulated the proceedings of the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Earlier in March, the AUWCL team won the ICC Moot Court Competition hosted by Pace Law School. The team was one of 15 teams who participated in the competition.
Keeler also placed in several categories, taking home first place for best oralist in the final round, third place for best oralist overall, and second place for best prosecution brief.
The students were coached by the War Crimes Research Office's Chante Lasco, Katherine Cleary, and Professor Susana SaCouto.