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4th Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition

University of Pretoria, South Africa 8-10 December 2012

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Hypothetical case

pdfDownload hypothetical case

pdfDownload clarification of facts

The teams in the preliminary rounds were:

African Region

  • Kenya, University of Nairobi
  • Namibia, University of Namibia

Asian Region

  • Indonesia, Universitas Trisakti
  • Indonesia, Universitas Katolik Parahyangan

Eastern European Region

  • Czech Republic, Charles University
  • Czech Republic, University of West Bohemia
  • Poland, Nicolaus Copernicus University
  • Romania, West University of Timisoara

Western European and Others Region

  • Australia,Bond University
  • Australia, University of New South Wales
  • New Zealand, University of Auckland
  • Switzerland, University of Lucerne and
  • USA, Yale Univeristy

Latinamerican and the Carribean Region

  • Argentina, University of Buenos Aires
  • Brazil, University of Sao Paolo
  • Jamaica, Norman Manley Law School

The teams competing in the final round were:

Jamaica, Norman Manley Law School (Applicant) vs University of Auckland, New Zealand (Respondent)

Winners

Jamaica, Norman Manley Law School

 

4th World Human Rights Moot Court Competition Rankings

Top 10 Ranking: Oralists

  • Mr Kemoy Orane McEkron (86.08)
  • Mr Robert Jeremy Wilson (86.00)
  • Ms Leslie Darynka Mendez (85.13)
  • Ms Amelia Richardson (83.13)
  • Ms Angela Hefti (82.38)
  • Mr Spencer Amdur (82.17)
  • Mr Jonathan Alexander Stephens (81.92)
  • Ms Laura Marie Ausserladscheider (81.38)
  • Ms Lucy Hopkinson (79.75)
  • Mr Ndjodi Ndeunyema (79.54)


Top 10 Ranking: Teams

  • Jamaica: Council of Legal Education of the West Indies (85.60)
  • New Zealand: University of Auckland (82.67)
  • Switzerland: University of Lucerne (81.88)
  • Australia: Bond University (81.44)
  • Australia: University of NewSouth Wales (79.19)
  • Namibia: University of Namibia (78.71)
  • Indonesia: Catholic Parahyangan University (78.21)
  • Argentina: University of Buenos Aires (77.96)
  • Romania: West University of Timisoara (77.79)
  • USA: Yale University (76.98)

 

 

 

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4th Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition

University of Pretoria, South Africa 8-10 December 2012

world moot posters 2012

Hypothetical case

pdfDownload hypothetical case

pdfDownload clarification of facts

The teams in the preliminary rounds were:

African Region

  • Kenya, University of Nairobi
  • Namibia, University of Namibia

Asian Region

  • Indonesia, Universitas Trisakti
  • Indonesia, Universitas Katolik Parahyangan

Eastern European Region

  • Czech Republic, Charles University
  • Czech Republic, University of West Bohemia
  • Poland, Nicolaus Copernicus University
  • Romania, West University of Timisoara

Western European and Others Region

  • Australia,Bond University
  • Australia, University of New South Wales
  • New Zealand, University of Auckland
  • Switzerland, University of Lucerne and
  • USA, Yale Univeristy

Latinamerican and the Carribean Region

  • Argentina, University of Buenos Aires
  • Brazil, University of Sao Paolo
  • Jamaica, Norman Manley Law School

The teams competing in the final round were:

Jamaica, Norman Manley Law School (Applicant) vs University of Auckland, New Zealand (Respondent)

Winners

Jamaica, Norman Manley Law School

 

4th World Human Rights Moot Court Competition Rankings

Top 10 Ranking: Oralists

  • Mr Kemoy Orane McEkron (86.08)
  • Mr Robert Jeremy Wilson (86.00)
  • Ms Leslie Darynka Mendez (85.13)
  • Ms Amelia Richardson (83.13)
  • Ms Angela Hefti (82.38)
  • Mr Spencer Amdur (82.17)
  • Mr Jonathan Alexander Stephens (81.92)
  • Ms Laura Marie Ausserladscheider (81.38)
  • Ms Lucy Hopkinson (79.75)
  • Mr Ndjodi Ndeunyema (79.54)


Top 10 Ranking: Teams

  • Jamaica: Council of Legal Education of the West Indies (85.60)
  • New Zealand: University of Auckland (82.67)
  • Switzerland: University of Lucerne (81.88)
  • Australia: Bond University (81.44)
  • Australia: University of NewSouth Wales (79.19)
  • Namibia: University of Namibia (78.71)
  • Indonesia: Catholic Parahyangan University (78.21)
  • Argentina: University of Buenos Aires (77.96)
  • Romania: West University of Timisoara (77.79)
  • USA: Yale University (76.98)