The Frankfurt Investment Arbitration Moot Court is an international law student competition, held annually in Germany and organized by the Goethe University in Frankfurt and the European Integration and International Order Center (Merton Zentrum fur Europäische Integration und Internationale Wirtschaftsordnung). The students are preselected by the organizers and send written submissions before the final oral round in Frankfurt.
The Law School of AUTH participated for the first time in the competition in the academic year 2013-2014 and since then participate every year with a group of students selected in the framework of the course of International Economic Law. In the Competition that took place on 7-12 March 2016, the Law School of AUTH ranked third (3rd) among 60 other Universities (http://www.law.auth.gr/el/node/3916).
Responsible professor for the relevant course and the virtual trial: Associate Professor Mr. Panagiotis Glavinis (firstname.lastname@example.org).