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Support ELSA Ukraine to hold the WTO Law MootCourt
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The European Law Students Association Ukraine (ELSA Ukraine) is a nonprofit and non-governmental organization aimed at bringing together students and lawyers from all over Ukraine to help develop international trade law in Ukraine and worldwide. This year Ukraine won the right to hold the European Regional Round of ELSA Moot Court Competition on WTO Law (EMC2), which will be held 17-21 March 2017 in Kyiv.

EMC2 - world famous competition, which brings together students from more than 100 universities every year. The aim of the competition is to enhance knowledge of international trade law and WTO dispute settlement procedures as well as to enhance the capacity for meaningful engagement in multilateral trade in a long term.

The right to hold European Regional Round is a great honor for Ukraine, as well as a unique opportunity to maintain its reputation abroad. In order to achieve this goal, ELSA Ukraine must do everything possible to organize the competition at the highest level.

Unfortunately, because of the economic crisis and war in Ukraine it is considerably hard to raise money for the competition locally.

We ask you to support the ELSA Ukraine in its efforts to organize the competition as good as it was organized ever before. Your help will contribute to the preparation of highly qualified lawyers in Ukraine, and will have a positive impact on the education and practice in the field of international trade law at the international level.

We kindly ask everyone who is interested in international trade law to support us in our efforts to prove that Ukraine can organize such an outstanding competition for international trade law students.

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