Each country, including the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong, the Special Administrative Region of Macau, England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, may be represented by a maximum of five (5) Teams, regardless of how many Teams from the same country register. In case more than five (5) Teams register from the same country, the Teams will have to participate in a Qualifying Round in order to determine the five (5) Teams that will participate in the International Round of the Competition.
The Qualifying Round may take the form of (1) a National/Regional Round or (2) a Problem-solving Question Round.
Existing Regional/National Rounds
The Regional Round for the Americas and Caribbean organized by Pace University Law School. Universities from this region must register directly with the Regional Round Organizer. Please find information on the Pace Regional Round on the Round’s website page.
The National Round for China is organized by the China University of Political Science and Law. Universities from China must register directly with the National Round Organizer. Please find information on the National Round for China on the CUPL website here.
The National Round for India is organized by National Law University, Delhi. Universities from India must register directly with the National Organizer. Please find information on the National Round for India on the Round’s Linked Page here.
If a National Round for your country is not mentioned above, you must submit your registration form directly with the Organizing Office of the International Round.
Should more than 5 (five) teams from a country with no National Round register for the Competition, each Team from that country shall receive a Problem-Solving Question from the Organizing Office.
Teams will be informed on 27 November 2023 if they need to participate in a Qualifying Round. Receiving a Team number on 27 November is confirmation the respective Team will automatically participate in the International Round of the Competition.