First pleading checked – 2nd day in Vienna

It was not Wild West nor it was noon, but anyway it was an epic duel. In the second day in Vienna, NCU Vis Moot Team challenged the first team – University of Montpellier and did well. Tomasz and Aleksandra presented their excellent speaker’s and advocacy skills in front of a trully international arbitrators – from Switzerland, Finland and Australia. After the pleading we visited Reinthaler’s Beisl at Graben to eat a tasty, austrian-style dinner.

We are looking forward to tomorrows pleading against Loyola Law School from Los Angeles. The only things that are left to be done are final and most of all necessary adjustments. Hold your fingers crossed at 12.30. We will inform you asap.

Just to keep you up to date with social events in Vienna, we feel obliged to inform You that yesterday NCU Vis Moot Team participated in opening ceremony at the famous Konzerthaus (the one where the New Year’s philharmony concert is performed), and met our friends from premoots, among them: all Polish Teams, wonderful team of Marmara and many friends from Germany, Holland, Latvia. We sharred a glass of wine commenting on news in international trade, maritime law and arbitration, we handed out few gifts sponsored by kuyavia-pomerania voievodship and had a lot of fun!

Just to clarify, we waived our right to participate in the party at the Ostklub following the opening ceremony. First things first – we decided to come back to our apartment and work out the speaches.

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One comment

  1. Klaudia · · Reply

    Great! Congrats and good luck tomorrow! P.S. I love the socks of the arbiter in the middle!;P

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