College of Law to participate in a Moot Court Competition in South Africa


College of Law participates in many National, Regional and International Moot Competitions. Currently, there are around 6 teams to represent the College at different competitions. One of its teams has left for USA to participate in the Jessup Moot Competition on Public International Law. In addition, a team of four law students and one staff of the College have left on April 9 for South Africa to participate in the Moot Court Competition on Laws of World Trade Organization which is organized by European Law Students’ Association (ELSA).


The African Regional Round of this Competition is hosted by Rhodes University in Grahams Town, South Africa. The competition is to take place fromĀ April 10 to April 12, 2017.
The students representing the College at this competition are all fourth year students (Egzhikebra Engdayehu, Mulu Melese, Fitsum Girma and Belayhun Ashenafi). As usual, the help of Doctor Richard, Dean of College of Law, is immeasurable in all the current moot activities in the College in general and the ELSA Moot in particular.

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