International Moot Court Funding
The Hauser Global Law School Program offers financial support to assist the participation of JD and LLM students currently attending NYU School of Law in international moot court competitions. Please note that funds are limited and funding will be determined based on the number of applications and resources available. Previously funded competitions include the Foreign Direct Investment International Arbitration Moot, D. M. Harish Memorial International Moot Court Competition, Jean-Pictet Competition on International Humanitarian Law, Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot, and the International Criminal Court Moot Competition.
The Hauser Global Law School Program strives to make available funds to support NYU School of Law students as they travel and compete in moot courts. Students' participation is intended to raise the profile of NYU School of Law among those competing, administering and attending the moot courts, and in publications resulting from competition.
All JD and LLM students in good academic standing are eligible to apply for international moot court funding. Students must be enrolled at the Law School at the time of travel. Funding applications are limited to one per JD or LLM student per academic year. Applicants will not be funded more than three times during the course of their studies.
In order to support our students' competing abroad, the application must be made well in advance of the date of the competition to allow the Hauser Global Law School Program office to process funding application and possible payment of registration fees, etc.
Criteria for Selection
The criteria used to judge funding applications will include, but are not limited to the following:
- The extent to which the event furthers the objectives of the Hauser Global Law School Program to provide a non-U.S. perspective on legal or policy issues, topics, and problems;
- The academic/intellectual value of the competition - in particular, whether the event pertains to a seminar or course, or whether the participants have worked closely on the project with a member of the faculty, including Global Faculty;
- The extent to which the trip involves a broad spectrum of the Law School community (i.e. both LLM and JD students, both American and international students);
- A presumptive limit of 4 students plus one coach participating in any particular competition;
- The practical arrangements of the competition, including: the cost of the trip and efforts made to secure other sources of support; evidence of detailed planning and preparation for the event, including the involvement of a faculty member; the nature and legitimacy of the selection process utilized to form the team.
Funding Application Information & Materials
Only those applications that are complete upon submission will be considered for funding. The following materials are required for application:
- Completed and signed Application Form.
- Curriculum vitae. All team members, including the coach, must submit curriculum vitae.
- A copy or print-out of the program of the event. This may be from a website, or correspondence from the event's organizer.
- Proof that the students have been accepted as participants in the event.
- Instructions for how to submit the competition registration fee.
Please print or type the funding application, electronic submissions are strongly encouraged. Please note that it is the applicant's responsibility to ensure that the application is complete. Incomplete or handwritten applications will not be considered. More detailed information, requirements and exclusions can be found in the International Moot Court Funding Guidelines.
Submitting the Application
All complete applications should be submitted to:
Hauser Global Law School Program
245 Sullivan Street, Suite 340
New York, NY 10012 USA
Telephone: (212) 998-6691
Facsimile: (212) 995-4656