Category: lachs winners

1999 Lachs Moot winners

1999 Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition The 1999 world final was a special one as it was held in the Great Hall of Justice of the Peace Palace in The Hague, thanks to the arrangements made by Judge Vereshchetin and the Institute of Air and Space Law at the University of Leiden. The …

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1998 Lachs Moot winners

1998 Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition Monash University, Australia, hosted the first world final to be held in the Southern Hemisphere on 1 October 1998 in the Supreme Court of Victoria. The 1998 problem, Case Concerning the Commercial Exploitation of the Moon: The Rover Games Project (Freedom v Bravatia), was written by Dr …

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1997 Lachs Moot winners

1997 Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition The University of Turin, Italy, hosted the world final on 9 October 1997. For the first time, awards were presented at the world finals for the best memorial, donated by Prof. Stephen Gorove, and for the best oralists, donated by the Law Offices of Sterns and Tennen. …

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1996 Lachs Moot winners

1996 Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition The University of Beijing, People’s Republic of China, hosted the world final on 10 October 1996. The 1996 problem, Case Concerning Liability for Commercial Space Endeavours (Parlivia v Californium), was written by Dr. Pamela Meredith (United States). Winner University of Helsinki (Finland) Satu Heikkila and Anna Markkanen …

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1995 Lachs Moot winners

1995 Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition The University of Oslo, Norway, hosted the world final on 5 October 1995. The 1995 problem, Case Concerning the Use of the Geostationary Orbit for Satellite Television Broadcasting (Agrethia v Pathron), , was written by Dr. Said Mosteshar (United Kingdom). Winner University of North Carolina (United States) …

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1994 Lachs Moot winners

1994 Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, hosted the world final in its Senate Hall on 13 October 1994. The 1994 problem, Case Concerning the Use of a Space Station (Alpha v Gamma), , was written by Dr. John Gantt (United States). The problem dealt with intellectual property …

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1993 Lachs Moot winners

1993 Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition After Judge Manfred Lachs, President of the IISL, passed away in January, it was decided that the competition would be named in his honour and memory. For the first time, European law schools were invited to participate, with the University of Rome (Italy) and the University of …

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1992 Lachs Moot winners

The inaugural competition was organised by the Association of U.S. Members of the IISL and three law schools in the Washington area were invited to participate. ┬áThe final was held on 2 September 1992 at Georgetown University. ┬áThe 1992 final was unique in that both teams were from George Washington University. The 1992 problem, Case …

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