Submit your application on or before 28 February 2019 via e-mail to Ms Eugenia Mocanu (e.mocanu konrad-partners com) along with the following information and documents:

  • A personal statement describing your motivation for participation in the Moot Court and for the internship;
  • A detailed curriculum vitae;
  • An academic paper on the topic of "Subject-matter arbitrability". The paper’s length should be in the range from 1000 to 1500 words. Applicants should describe the arbitrability of disputes in their home countries, considering relevant legislation as well as case law and compare those to international developments in arbitration. Findings should be supported by references and footnotes.

The quality of your application documents, both in terms of substance and form, will be taken into consideration for the selection of participants and the overall evaluation of your performance during the Moot. 

The selected participants will be notified in March 2019.

For any further queries, please contact Ms Eugenia Mocanu at e.mocanu konrad-partners com. 

Please also see the Call for Applications