Information on prizes and fees can be found here, in addition click FAQ above for answers to other standard queries.
Prizes will be awarded to:
Best Speaker award from among semi-finalists / finalists of the competition and discretionary Second Speaker prize (chosen from all competitors) – short stage at the European Court of Justice
Winning Team – Visit to University of Cambridge during the first week of the following academic year. (only if this week is inconvenient will a substitute book prize be awarded).
Semi – Finalists / Finalists – a book award
Best written pleadings – a book prize to the winning university. (This will be awarded to the best pleading received either from the applicant or respondent.)
The competition fees for 2017 will be available from December 2016/2017 and are normally split into two parts, firstly a registration fee of 150 euros payable on submission of written pleadings on 26th March 2017 with the balance of the fee payable for participation in oral rounds.
The initial registration fee is to be paid by bank transfer and the remaining participation fees are then to be paid either by bank transfer prior to 15th April or in cash on registration in the venue.
Fees do not include travel from the home university of the team to the city where the competition is held but do include the accommodation and subsistence of the team during the currency of the event.
A team includes three to four members and one accompanying coach.