The Jessup 2023 Competition concerns the interpretation of a peace treaty, deadly attacks in allegedly occupied territory, unilateral economic sanctions, and the legal consequences of failing to dispose of hazardous waste properly.
Provides "tabs" that lead to the official schedule, rules, compromis, materials, team resources, FAQs etc.
Jessup Competitors Guide - White & Case
Learn how to research international law, write memorials for the competition, and argue in front of the judges. On the right of the page are several PDF guides that will be very useful for coaches/trainers (including video clips).
Over 40 research guides on a variety of foreign and international law subjects.
Produced by Florida State University; Contains research tools to help students locate public international law materials
Updated Oct. 12, 2022
November 15: Anticipated release date of Corrections and Clarifications to the Jessup Problem (usually involves a second batch of materials/sources)
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