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  • 8th Mannheim Vis Moot Team 2020/21

    28th Willem C. Vis Moot (Vienna) und 18th Willem C. Vis Moot (East) 2020/21

    The Mannheim Team participated in pre-moots in Hanover, Buenos Aires, Guadalajara and Istanbul. In Hong Kong our team received an Honourable Mention for its Memorandum for Claimant.

    David Hunter Award (Best Memorandum for Claimant)Honourable Mention in Hong Kong
  • 7th Mannheim Vis Moot Team 2019/20

    27th Willem C. Vis Moot (Vienna) und 17th Willem C. Vis Moot (East) 2019/20

    Das Mannheimer Team konnte sich zunächst im Rahmen der Vorbereitung auf die Finalrunden in Hongkong und Wien als Gewinner des Helsinki Pre-Moots besonders auszeichnen. Hier obsiegte unser Team in einem spannenden Finale gegen das Vis Moot Team der Lomonossow Universität Moskau. Beim Pre-Moot in Tiflis, Georgien erreichte unser Team einen hervorragenden 3. Platz. In Wien erreichte das Team unter anderem die Elimination Rounds, schied hier jedoch in der ersten Runde in einem auf Augenhöhe geführten Duell gegen den späteren Sieger des Vis Moots West Bengal National University of Juridical Science aus. Insgesamt konnte unser Team in Hongkong und Wien folgende Auszeichnungen erringen:

    David Hunter Award (Best Memorandum for Claimant)Honourable Mention in Hongkong
    Fali Nariman Award (Best Memorandum for Respondent)Honourable Mention in Hongkong
    Neil Kaplan Award (Best Individual Oralist)Honourable Mention für Marcus Mohnen in Hongkong
    Eric E. Bergsten Award (Team Orals)Honourable Mention – Elimination Rounds in Wien (Top 64 Teams)

    Martin Domke Award (Best Individual Oralists)

    Honourable Mention für Ronja Wosch in Wien

    Die Liste der teilnehmenden Teams in Hongkong finden Sie hier.

  • 6th Mannheim Vis Moot Team 2018/19

    26th Willem C. Vis Moot (Vienna) und 16th Willem C. Vis Moot (East) 2018/19

    Das Mannheimer Vis Moot Team hat in der mündlichen Phase im 26th Willem C. Vis Moot in Wien sensationell das Achterfinale erreicht. Damit gehörten wir zu den weltweit besten 16 von insgesamt 372 Teams, die an den mündlichen Verhandlungen teilgenommen haben. In den Elimination Rounds konnten wir uns zunächst gegen die Universität Belgrad (Round of 64) und anschließend gegen die Universität Costa Rica (Round of 32) durchsetzen. Gegen die Universität Sydney (Round of 16) war dann leider Schluss (denkbar knapp – Split Decision!!! der Schiedsrichter). Damit zählten wir auch zu den beiden erfolgreichsten deutschen Universitäten im gesamten Wettbewerb.

    In Hongkong konnten wir einen sensationellen Erfolg feiern – 2. Platz in der Kategoerie Bester Klägerschriftsatz.

    Außerdem konnten wir den 8th Edinburgh Pre-moot gewinnen und haben den 2. Platz beim 6th Bucharest Pre-moot belegt. In Hongkong und Wien konnte unser Team insgesamt folgende Auszeichnungen erringen:

    David Hunter Award (Best Memorandum for Claimant)2. Platz in Hongkong
    Eric E. Bergsten Award (Team Orals)Honourable Mention – Sechtzehntelfinale in Hongkong (Top 32 von 138 Teams)
    Neil Kaplan Award (Best Individual Oralist)Honourable Mention für Uta Müldner in Hongkong
    Eric E. Bergsten Award (Team Orals)Honourable Mention – Achtelfinale in Wien (Top 16 von 372 Teams)
    Werner Melis Award (Best Memorandum for Respondent)Honourable Mention in Wien

     

  • 5th Mannheim Vis Moot Team 2017/18

    Participation in the 25th Willem C. Vis Moot (Vienna) and the 15th Willem C. Vis Moot (East) in 2017/18

    The Mannheim team won the Willem C. Vis Moot for the first time! They received the first prize (David Hunter Award) for the best memorandum for claimant in Hong Kong.

    David Hunter Award (Best Memorandum for Claimant)

    First prize in Hong Kong

    Werner Melis Award (Best Memorandum for Respondent)

    Honorable mention in Vienna

    Martin Domke Award (Best Individual Oralist)

    Honorable mention of Luisa Katharina Gebauer in Vienna

    The team would like to extend a special word of thanks to the sponsors for their support in the Willem C. Vis Moot.

  • 4th Mannheim Vis Moot Team 2016/17

    Participation in the 24th Willem C. Vis Moot (Vienna) and the 14th Willem C. Vis Moot (East) in 2016/17

    Being among the 32 or 64 best teams respectively, the Willem C. Vis Moot team made it to the final rounds in both Hong Kong and Vienna for the first time. That year, the team also received five honorable mentions, which is an extraordinary achievement:

    Pieter Sanders Award (Best Memorandum for Claimant)

    Honorable mention in Vienna

    David Hunter Award (Best Memorandum for Claimant)

    Honorable mention in Hong Kong

    Werner Melis Award (Best Memorandum for Respondent)

    Honorable mention in Vienna

    Fali Nariman Award (Best Memorandum for Respondent)

    Honorable mention in Hong Kong

    Eric Bergsten Award (Prevailing Team in Oral Arguments)

    Final rounds in Vienna

    Eric Bergsten Award (Prevailing Team in Oral Arguments)

    Final rounds in Hong Kong

    Martin Domke Award (Best Individual Oralist) 

    Honorable mention for Chris Pflüger in Vienna

    The team would like to extend a special word of thanks to the sponsors for their support in the 24th Willem C. Vis Moot in Vienna and the 14th Willem C. Vis Moot (East) in Hong Kong:

  • 3rd Mannheim Vis Moot Team 2015/16

    Participation in the 23rd Willem C. Vis Moot (Vienna) and the 13th Willem C. Vis Moot (East) in 2015/16

    Successful again in the third year of participation: For its memorandum for claimant, the 2015/2016 Willem C. Vis Moot team of the University of Mannheim received an honorable mention in Vienna and Hong Kong respectively The team also did extraordinarily well in the oral rounds of argument in Vienna and Hong Kong, where it faced teams from reputable universities in Asia, Europe, and the USA. Its members not only learned a lot during the six-month intense preparation phase, but were also extremely successful in the end.
    The team that represented the University of Mannheim at the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot 2015/2016 consisted of the following eight students: Juliana Christ, Jonas Kiehl, Carolin Kemper, Michael Hohl, Martin Dell, David van Koppen, Nicole Lucks, and Daniel Skiebe. The team was coached by Sebastian Seidel. Professor Ulrich G. Schroeter was the professor in charge.
     
    The team would like to extend a special word of thanks to the sponsors for their support in the 23rd Willem C. Vis Moot in Vienna and the 13th Willem C. Vis Moot (East) in Hong Kong:

  • 2nd Mannheim Vis Moot Team 2013/14

    First honorable mention for the Willem C. Vis Moot Court team in 2013/2014

    Winning a prize in just the second year of participation: For its memorandum for claimant, the Willem C. Vis Moot team of the University of Mannheim received an honorable mention the second time the university sent a team to the competition. The team also did extraordinarily well in the oral rounds of argument in Vienna, where it faced teams from universities in Asia, Australia, and the USA. Its members not only learned a lot during the six-month intense preparation phase, but were also specially rewarded when receiving the honorable mention. 
    The team that represented the University of Mannheim at the 21st Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot 2013/2014 consisted of the following four students: Dorina Hertig, Johannes Wicke, Markus Kleinn, and Sebastian Seidel. The team was coached by Lea Tochtermann (chair of Prof. McGuire) and Tassilo Keiber (chair of Prof. McGuire).

    Professor Mary-Rose McGuire and Professor Ulrich G. Schroeter were the professors in charge.

    You can find a comprehensive list of all awards here.

    The team would like to extend a special word of thanks to the sponsors for their support in the 21st Willem C. Vis Moot.

  • 1st Mannheim Vis Moot Team 2012/13

    First Mannheim team in the 2012/2013 Willem C. Vis Moot

    The team that represented the University of Mannheim at the 20th Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot 2012/2013 consisted of the following six students: Bianka Dinger, Stephan Dittrich, Carla Kasper, Tassilo Keiber, Dan Li, and Katharina Müller. The team was coached by Lea Tochtermann (chair of Prof. McGuire) and Jonas von Göler (chair of Prof. Schroeter).

    Professor Mary-Rose McGuire and Professor Ulrich G. Schroeter were the professors in charge.

    The team would like to extend a special word of thanks to the sponsors for their support in the 20th Willem C. Vis Moot.

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