Moot Court Competition

Destination Justice’s Coaching Provides Cambodian Students with Good Opportunities

 Six months after having been coached by three of the Destination Justice associate consultants – Julianne Romy, Mélanie Vianney-Liaud and Céline Martin – for the national round of the ICRC Moot Court Competition 2012, students come back on their experience and what it has brought to them. For a month and on a daily basis, Destination Justice staff trained Sothy (22), Sreynith (22), Sengheng (23) and Daro (23) in both advocacy and drafting skills and in International Criminal Law and International Humanitarian Law.  The four students are currently in their last year of Bachelor in International Relations at the Royal University of Law and Economics.  The ICRC moot court competition was the first law competition in which they had the opportunity to participate through Destinatio...

First Participation of International Relations students in Moot Court Competition in Cambodia

The weekend of the 10th and 11th of November, four International Relations program’s students coached by Destination Justice’s consultants participated for the first time in the International Committee of the Red Cross Moot Court Competition annually held at the Royal University of Law and Economics for the last ten years. Ieng Sengheng (22), Lay Daro (22), Lek Sothy (21) and Lim Sreynith (21), soon-to-be the first graduates from the International Relations program trained intensively for three weeks as part of Destination Justice’s Legal Higher Education Assistance program. The International Relations program is the first pilot education program where Destination Justice’s consultants are involved. In addition to the International Humanitarian Law course taught by Céline Martin, the four ...