The Faculty of Law won the Media Law Moot Court Competition prize - Oxford 2018.

The Faculty of Law won the first place in the Media Law Moot Court Competition in its Middle East Regional Rounds, where the students have been qualified to the Internationals - Oxford 2018.

Fourteen Universities participated from Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine, Tunisia, and Iran. The competition involved oral pleadings as well as written defense memorandums on several topics related to Media Law and Human Rights. It was organized by Oxford University, and the regional rounds were held at Notre Dame University-Louaize NDU, Zouk Mosbeh, Lebanon.

The Faculty of Law Mooting team won all the rounds against the three Universities in the semi-finals (Lebanese University in Lebanon, Mansoura University in Egypt, and the University of Alama Tabatabai in Iran). The BUE team competed against Gaheed Baheshty University from Iran and then competed against Mansoura University once again in the finals.

The Jury was managed by Judge Mark Stevens, an attorney at the English Courts, partner in Howard Kennedy's UK office and a Media Law Expert, Judge Olga Kafran, Head of the External Communication Office of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, and Judge Jelena Baminak, an attorney specialized in International Humanitarian Law, Diakonia Organization, Lebanon.

Six BUE Law students participated in the competition:

1.      Nourhan Sayed Hussein Shaaban

2.      Rafik Ramez Mansour Nasim Mansour

3.      Ahmed Moataz Ahmed Sheir

4.      Youssef Abdelhamid Youssef Mohamed Abdelhamid

5.      Yousef Youssry Abdelmoneam Saleh

6.      Omar Hussein Abdelkarim Tantawy Mubarak

Supervised by:

-        Ms. Maha Omar, Assistant Lecturer at the Faculty of Law-BUE

 

-        Mr. Mahmoud Hany, Demonstrator at the Faculty of Law-BUE

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The Faculty of Law won the first place in the Media Law Moot Court Competition in its Middle East Regional Rounds, where the students have been qualified to the Internationals - Oxford 2018.

Fourteen Universities participated from Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine, Tunisia, and Iran. The competition involved oral pleadings as well as written defense memorandums on several topics related to Media Law and Human Rights. It was organized by Oxford University, and the regional rounds were held at Notre Dame University-Louaize NDU, Zouk Mosbeh, Lebanon.

The Faculty of Law Mooting team won all the rounds against the three Universities in the semi-finals (Lebanese University in Lebanon, Mansoura University in Egypt, and the University of Alama Tabatabai in Iran). The BUE team competed against Gaheed Baheshty University from Iran; and then competed against Mansoura University once again in the finals.

The Jury was managed by Judge Mark Stevens, an attorney at the English Courts, partner in Howard Kennedy's UK office and a Media Law Expert, Judge Olga Kafran, Head of the External Communication Office of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, and Judge Jelena Baminak, an attorney specialized in International Humanitarian Law, Diakonia Organization, Lebanon.

Six BUE Law students participated in the competition:

1.      Nourhan Sayed Hussein Shaaban

2.      Rafik Ramez Mansour Nasim Mansour

3.      Ahmed Moataz Ahmed Sheir

4.      Youssef Abdelhamid Youssef Mohamed Abdelhamid

5.      Yousef Youssry Abdelmoneam Saleh

6.      Omar Hussein Abdelkarim Tantawy Mubarak

Supervised by:

-        Ms. Maha Omar, Assistant Lecturer at the Faculty of Law-BUE

-        Mr. Mahmoud Hany, Demonstrator at the Faculty of Law-BUE