Nuremberg Moot Court Competition


The Center for the Study of Humanitarian Law (CSHL) provides coaching and financial support to ELBBL students to participate in the Nuremberg Moot Court Competition, held in Nuremberg, Germany from 25 to 28 July 2018. This is the first time that a team consists of three members represented Royal University of Law and Economics to participate the 4th Nuremberg Moot Court Competition. We are proud that our team advanced to the last 16 teams round and their overall score in preliminary round placed them in rank 4th out of 58 teams.


“This amazing achievement is the result of their hard work, commitment, passion, and talent”, Hing Vandanet, coach.


“Indeed, one of a life time experience to plead in the prestigious court room 600, the actual place the Nazi’s leaders were tried”, Sokun Chanraksmey, team member.


We also would like to thank to RULE, RWI and ICRC for their tremendous support and trust on the Center’s activities.


“The Nuremberg Moot Court invites participants from across the globe to argue a fictitious international criminal law case before the International Criminal Court. The students are given the opportunity to apply and develop their skills and moot at the historic Courtroom 600 at the Nuremberg Palace of Justice”.

You may find more information about the moot via this link: