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Students and Moot Court Competitions an Introduction

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This introductory chapter of the book, which talks about the opportunity to celebrate ten years of the Inter American Human Rights Moot Court Competition at American University Washington College of Law by compiling all the documents produced for this exercise during its first decade.The book includes several articles,the first article &t;Students and Moot Court Competitions: An Introduction is written by Miles Hogan and touches on incentives for students to participate in moot court competitions and provides some useful advice for future participants,the second article &t;Revolutionising Human Rights Education in African Universities:The African Human Rights Moot Court Competition is written by and gives the perspective of a competition organizing Team composed of Cristof Heyns Norman Taku and Frans Viljoen. Frederik Harhoff author of the third article &t;Moot Court from the Perspective of the Bench.

Keywords: African Universities; Inter-american humanrights; Moot Court Competition; Washington College of Law



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