Moot court: Jessup

A.Y. 2020/2021
Overall hours
Learning objectives
Expected learning outcomes
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Lesson period
First semester
In the first semester, classes will be live-streamed on Microsoft Teams, following the lessons timetable.
Live-streamed classes will be recorded and will be available on the online platform.
Students will be informed as soon as possible, through the course ARIEL website, in case they will be able also to attend in person the classes at University. This possibility will depend upon the evolution of the emergency and the respect of the security directives. In any case the live classes will be recorded and will be available on the online platform.

The course will alternate and combine lectures and seminar teaching. Classes may require prior readings and include pre-recorded components.

The course program is unchanged. However, the specific contents of classes will adapt to the teaching methods outlined below.
Course syllabus
The class offers students the opportunity to work on complex topics in international law.
Prerequisites for admission
Students must be fluent in written and spoken English.
Teaching methods
classes will include a variety of methods: some lectures will be dedicated to certain topics of international law or to the most important issues of the case; there will be seminars dedicated to the case; the briefs will be corrected together with the professor and with older students, who participated in previous editions; tutoring and coaching both of the single student and of the group, improving their legal advocacy skills and their ability to engage in a conversation with a panel of judges.
Teaching Resources
The bibliography will be suggested during the classes and by the professor throughout the semester.
Assessment methods and Criteria
participation to the class will be evaluated through engagement with the class activities and the other team members; written briefs; final oral exposition at the moot competition.
IUS/13 - INTERNATIONAL LAW - University credits: 3
Lessons: 20 hours
Professor: Crema Luigi
Educational website(s)
I receive students by appointment, e-mail luigi.crema@unimi
Stanza d'Angolo, Biblioteca di diritto internazionale, via Festa del Perdono 7, Milano