ATU Moot Team Shines at ICC
ATU moot court team shined at the International Criminal Court Moot Court Competitions this year.
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After an intense competition with teams from different world countries, ATU's moot court team, consisting of undergraduate and postgraduate students, kept up among the top 27 teams of the world and rose to the fourth quarter round.
ATU's moot court team, consisting of undergraduate and postgraduate students, namely Negin Goharian, Parmida Asadi, Ali Tousi, and Ehsan Ahmadi, headed by Zahra Moshref Javadi, Farzaneh Montakhab, and Morteza Naderi, after an intense competition with teams from the US, Canada, France, Poland, Bulgaria, Pakistan, Jordan, Yugoslavia, Tanzania and Ukraine could keep up among the top 27 teams of the world and rise to the fourth quarter round.
The International Criminal Court Moot Court Competition or ICCMCC, writes Wikipedia, is an annual international moot court competition on international criminal law that is held at The Hague and organised by the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies of Leiden University, The Hague Campus, with the institutional support of the International Criminal Court. ATU team and a team from Shahid Beheshti University were the two Iranian teams this year.