Institute of International and European Law
Institute of International and European Law

Institute of International and European Law

The team of the University of Göttingen receives several awards at the Jessup German National Rounds 2018

Gruppenbild Jessup

Participants and Coaches

Back row: Konstantin Gast, Torben Schlüter, Lukas Sibinski

Middle row: Agata Daszko, Edith Eike

Front row: Gesche Butenschön, Jule Johannsen

This year, the National Rounds of the Philipp C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Team of 2018 took place in Kiel.
The Case concerning the Egart and the Ibra treated matters of interstate arbitral awards, the legality of using unmanned marine vessels, the international obligations relating to nuclear disarmament and the legitimacy of conduct of naval warfare after authorization by the United Nations Security Coucil.
Our team consisted of Gesche Butenschön, Agata Daszko, Edith Eike and Jule Johannsen, who all accomplished preeminent milestones on behalf of Georg-August-University Göttingen, and was coached by Konstantin Gast, Torben Schlüter and Lukas Sibinski.
The team advanced into the quarterfinals, proudly embracing 6th Place overall, and achieved numerous individual awards, of those the highly sought after Best Oralist Award, likewise the Best Oralist Third Place Award as well as Best Memorials Runner-Up Award and last but certainly not least the Best Applicant Memorial Award.
We congratulate our team most warmly for attaining these achievements with such an inspiring grounded and courteous attitude.

Study on the Rights of the European Parliament during the Brexit Procedure

The European Parliament has been of major significance during the Brexit negotiations. On behalf of the Parliament, Prof. Stoll has been investigating its responsibility, its competence, and its rights. Likewise the aspect of cooperation with the British Parliament has been a focal point.

Forthcoming Seminar

This semester, Prof. Paulus will be offering “The Future of Public International Law within a multipolar World” The preliminary discussion will take place on 22nd January, 2018 as well as 16th April, 2018 at 4 p.m at the Library of Public International Law (MZG 13.122). For more information, kindly consult this. Further Seminars can be found here.