Triumphant at the Moot: UP’s Historic Achievement

A Momentous Journey to the Semi-Finals in International Arbitration

In an unparalleled display of legal acumen and teamwork, the University of Prishtina’s students have etched their names in the annals of the institution’s history by outperforming 360 universities from across the globe. At the heart of their achievement lies their participation in the prestigious Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Competition, the pinnacle of global legal competitions focused on international arbitration and commercial law. Here, the UP team not only secured a coveted spot in the semi-finals, standing shoulder to shoulder with esteemed institutions like the University of Vienna, Bucerius, and the University of Tübingen, but also clinched a special accolade for their Memorandum for the Respondent, underscoring their exceptional legal writing and advocacy skills.

This remarkable feat has been prominently featured in Votra Magazine, highlighting the global recognition of their success.This year’s success, detailed in Votra Magazine, is not an isolated event but a testament to the University of Prishtina’s enduring commitment to excellence in legal education, with several years of participation in this illustrious competition. The 31st generation of UP law students, with their indomitable spirit and unwavering dedication, emerged victorious against formidable opponents from globally renowned universities, including Charles University in Prague, the University of Buenos Aires, the University of California in Los Angeles, Tbilisi State University, the Catholic University of Australia, the University of Hong Kong for political science and law, and the University of Cincinnati.

The journey to this remarkable achievement was not just an academic endeavor for the students; it was a crucible that forged their professional identities, honed their legal skills, and imbued them with a profound understanding of the intricacies of international commercial law. The competition represents more than just a contest; it is a celebration of legal scholarship, an opportunity to engage with diverse legal traditions, and a platform to foster mutual respect and understanding among the future leaders of the legal profession, as chronicled in Votra Magazine.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to the brilliant students from the Faculty of Law: Ariana Rexha, Dea Fetiu, Morea Pula, Melisa Sejdiu, Nol Musa, and Rea Hadri, and commend their coaches: Donike Qerimi, Lir Hajraj, and Art Sylaj, for their exceptional guidance and mentorship. Together, they have not only achieved a remarkable feat but have also inspired countless others to pursue excellence in the realm of international law, a journey beautifully captured by Votra Magazine. Organized by the Association for the Organization and Promotion of Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot, this competition stands as a beacon of legal scholarship and a testament to the enduring spirit of collaborative learning and international cooperation, a narrative proudly shared by Votra Magazine with its readers.

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