International Moot Court Competitions and Law Clinic

The Faculty of Law of Radboud University promotes the participation of advanced students in international or European moot courts and/or a law clinic. Moot courts are international/European pleading competitions where students from many different countries prepare and plead a fictitious case on a specific part of International/European law before a bench of (often very renowned) international judges. Participation in a moot court provides the students with a unique invitation into the world of International and European law, and teaches them the invaluable skills of legal research, argumentation and public speaking.

A Law Clinic offers students first-hand experience in human rights research, contributes to solving real-life human rights problems, and works with international and local organisations in the field. The Clinic is for responsible master students committed to social justice and human rights, who would like to exercise professional and academic skills and consider a career or pro bono work in the non-for-profit sector.

The faculty supports students participating in the following moot courts and law clinic:

The Moot Court competitions and the Law Clinic are optional courses in many specialisations of Master’s programmes (Dutch and English) of the Faculty of Law.

On Monday 4 September, from 12.30 - 13.30 hrs in Grotius -1.075, an information session takes place, where all coordinators / supervisors will be present to inform you about the different moot courts and Law Clinic and to supply you with all the details regarding the application, selection and time schedule.

As from Monday 4 September 14.00 (2PM), you can fill in the Pre-Application form on the website. After the deadline of 11 September, the individual selection procedures for the different moot courts and clinic will start.

If you want to participate in the Law Clinic or one of the competitions, please note that you can only apply through the online pre-application form.

Pre-Application is closed

Embrace Law outside the Classroom and join the information session on 4 September!