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Jus Mundi has partnered with the Cross-Examination Moot to offer complimentary access to Jus Mundi Legal Research. We are very pleased to be supporting the first-ever moot on cross-examination in international arbitration.

Jus Mundi’s most comprehensive investment arbitration database will be helpful for all participants’ research.

The Cross-Examination Moot participants will have access throughout the competition until November 26, 2021.

Additionally, winners of the “Jus Mundi Match” (semi-final) will get one year free access to Jus Mundi Legal Research as a prize.

Training Session will be organized for all participants on Monday, October 4, 2021, at 13:00 UTC (15:00 Paris Time).

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About the Cross-Examination Moot

The Cross-Examination Moot is the first-ever moot on cross-examination in international arbitration. It is hosted by Sciences Po and supported by New York University, Queen Mary University of London, and the National University of Singapore. It is also supported by the Permanent Court of Arbitration and Compass Lexecon, who prepared the mock case for the first edition.

Considering the importance of cross-examination for the arbitration profession and the fact that young lawyers are not exposed to its technics until very late in their careers, this unique moot has the purpose of educating the next generation of arbitration practitioners on the most challenging and exciting aspect of advocacy.

Its board of directors is composed by prominent academics and practitioners from different regions, including Diego Fernández Arroyo, Alexis Mourre, Yas Banifatemi, Loukas Mistelis, Sophie Nappert, Franco Ferrari, Samaa Haridi, Gary Bell, Eleonora Coelho, and Jean Kalicki. Its executive directors are Francisco Amallo and Ezequiel Vetulli. Its coordinators are Mihaela Apostol, Bas Munnik, and Paola Patarroyo.

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The registration for arbitrators is open.

Everyone interested can easily register by filling in the following form:

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