The International Law Students Association (ILSA), the organization responsible for administering the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, is soliciting proposals for issues to be addressed in the 2022 Jessup Problem. Proposals must be submitted to ILSA’s Executive Director, Lesley Benn, at [email protected], by 12 February 2021. The requirements for the proposal are available in PDF form. Problems from recent years are available for reference in Jessup History on our website.
The American Society of International Law’s International Refugee Law Interest Group (IRLIG) is pleased to announce the seventh annual International Refugee Law Student Writing Competition! Continue reading “Submit to the 7th Annual International Refugee Law Student Writing Competition!”
The 2021 Global Rounds of the Jessup Competition will bring together thousands of law students and legal professionals for the largest virtual moot court competition in the world. We can overcome the unique challenges we face this year by demonstrating our continued commitment to remain together—virtually. Continue reading “Donate to the One Jessup Campaign”
The Corrections and Clarification PDFs are now available! They can be accessed directly through the links below or on the Competitor, Judge, and Administrator pages. Continue reading “Corrections and Clarifications to the Jessup Problem Are Now Available”
In case you missed it, we recently released new Jessup swag, designed to be perfect for anyone involved in the Jessup–competitor, coach, advisor, judge, and all others! Products range from sweatshirts to ball caps to face masks. Visit our Bonfire Store to view our full range of products, and keep an eye out for more new designs.