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Central Asian Regional Rounds 2019-2020

of the Stetson International Environmental Moot Court Competition

[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Artsakh State University (“ASU”) is proud to have been selected to host the highly-esteemed 24th Annual Stetson International Environmental Moot Court Competition (“Stetson Competition”) for its Central Asian Regional Rounds (“CARR”). The mission of the Stetson Competition is straightforward: to foster the development of young leaders who will have the ability to promote environmentally sustainable decision-making. It is with this noble mission in mind that Stetson University and the Artsakh State University welcome law students from throughout Central Asia to the Republic of Artsakh to compete in this distinguished interscholastic program in which they will litigate legal environmental issues that cross national borders. The Stetson Competition is the most prestigious international environmental law moot court tournament focusing on global environmental challenges. Since 1996, law students from universities all over the globe have participated in the competition. National and regional rounds are held around the world, and the teams that advance out of those rounds will be invited to participate in the International Finals. (More information on the Stetson Competition can be found at https://www.stetson.edu/law/international/iemcc/). Artsakh State University invites law schools from all over Central Asia to participate in the CARR which will be held at Artsakh State University in Stepanakert, Republic of Artsakh on January 20-22, 2020. In order to qualify for the Stetson International Finals, participants must compete in regional competitions. Teams from Central Asian law schools must thus participate in the CARR before advancing to the International Finals, which will be held in Gulfport, Florida on April 2-4, 2020.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
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2024 International Law Symposium: Call for Papers

The humanitarian crisis for the ethnic Armenian community of Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) [as a result of Azerbaijan’s complete military encirclement, months-long blockade, and, ultimately, the entire Armenian population’s forced migration out of Nagorno-Karabakh] raise oft-ignored questions about the universality and effectiveness of non-derogable international human rights norms. This Call for Papers seeks submissions of abstracts for papers exploring the relationship between human rights and unrecognized or partially recognized States (viz, countries), particularly in connection with the live issues in Nagorno-Karabakh.

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