The Foreign Direct Investment Moot 2019 is about to begin in Miami, USA! I hope that all teams will enjoy the competition, have much fun and perform well. I keep fingers crossed for the University of Warsaw team – I hope the pleadings we had before helped you prepare better for FDI hearings 🙂
I had the pleasure to watch the University of Warsaw VIS Moot team plead before the final oral rounds starting the next week in Vienna! Good luck guys – I am sure you will do great during the competition! 🙂
How to Win Moot Courts Blog celebrates its first birthday! It was on 7th January 2017 when the very first post was published… Since then, the blog has grown a lot – and much of the new content is a result of your questions and suggestions! A loud ‘Happy Birthday’ definitely goes to the committed How to Win Moot Courts community, too!
An anniversary is also an opportunity to take a step further. In this case, I am happy to tell that How to Win Moot Courts will have its own YouTube channel! It has already been set up and I hope to fill it with moot court related videos soon
For now – please subscribe to the How to Win Moot Courts channel to give it a good start!
Happy New Year everyone!
I hope you have already recovered from the New Year’s Eve parties you attended. I wish you all the best in 2018 – and in particular, a lot of successes in moot courts!
New year is obviously the time when we make resolutions and plans. How to Win Moot Courts Blog is not different: there is a lot of new content I would like to share with you and a couple of exciting projects I am hoping to complete by the time 2018 is over! What am I planning to deliver in the upcoming months?
1. Three new seasons of the Moot Court Advocacy Series
After sharing some basic information and advice regarding written advocacy, oral advocacy and teamwork I would like to dig deeper. I am working on new articles regarding advanced oral advocacy, fundraising for the purpose of taking part in a moot, as well as organization of pre-moots and conferences.
2. Three new guides for particular moot courts
2017 was quite a busy year for the blog – not only due to content creation, but also because of new relationships I tried to make to develop How to Win Moot Courts further. I am very happy to announce that together with organizers of three large moot courts I decide to prepare special guides dedicated entirely to these competitions. I cannot disclose more yet, but I am very excited about this cooperation and hope it will turn out to be useful for participants.
3. …and a small surprise I cannot disclose yet.
One week from now, How to Win Moot Courts Blog is celebrating its 1st anniversary. To celebrate it, I am going to launch a new channel through which you will be able to learn a lot more. Stay tuned – I am sure you will love it!
All the best,
it is just a short post to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a happy New Year 2018, hopefully full of successes in the moot courts you are taking part!
The How to Win Moot Courts Blog will be celebrating its first anniversary shortly. I am going to share my plans for 2018 soon. One thing is certain – there are is a lot of exciting content and many new, interesting projects ahead of us!
Stay tuned for the New Year’s update. But for now, I wish you again all the best.
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