CIArb News

Teams announced for Fox Williams’ Pre-Moot, being held in association with CIArb

12 Feb 2019

The teams have now been announced for the fourth Fox Williams Pre-Moot, organised in association with CIArb on 2 - 3 March 2019. This year the Pre-Moot will welcome a total of 16 mooting teams from 10 different countries.

Day one of the competition will take place at the offices of CIArb and the final will be held at Fox Williams’ offices on day two, Sunday 3 March.

Peter Ashford, Fox Williams’ head of international arbitration, will be chairing the event. Peter said, “We are delighted to expand this year’s Pre-Moot through our association with CIArb. This year we have some very high quality of teams competing and it promises to be a very successful weekend.”

International teams

Aalborg University (Denmark)

Aix-Marseille University (France)

Berne (Switzerland)

University of Bonn (Germany)

Graz University (Austria)

Kobe University (Japan)

University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)

Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)

Silesia University (Poland)

UK teams

University of Cambridge

City, University of London

University of East Anglia

Lancaster University

The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple

Queen Mary University of London

University of Sheffield

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