Russian national round of International Negotiation Competition for law students will take place at the RUDN University

Russian national round of International Negotiation Competition for law students will take place at the RUDN University

The event passed
16 - 17 Feb 2019
Location
Moscow, Miklukho-Maklay st., 6
Contact person
Law Institute
About the event

The International Negotiation Competition is the oldest and most renowned competition focusing on international legal negotiation for law students from all over the world. It offers a unique educational program for international legal practice. 

The International Negotiation Competition (INC) for law-students gives them an opportunity to challenge their negotiation skills in circumstances close to real life: negotiating an international deal/an employment agreement or trying to settle a dispute arising from an international contract. An INC-Russia winner is qualified to represent Russia at INC, held in different countries every year.

The sixth INC National Rounds in Russia will be held for 8 teams. The registration deadline is January 14, 2019. The registration will be closed as soon as eight teams apply.

All activities within the event are held in English.

Participants are encouraged to cover their own costs for participation

For more information, please contact with organizing committee: law@rudn.ru,

Kamo Chilingaryan chili1@yandex.ru, Elena Vyushkina vyushkina@mail.ru

INC-Russia web-site

INC-Russia on Facebook

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