Bernardo Kahn and Tomás de Brito Paulo (Associates) advised a team from the University of Lisbon Law School in the national rounds of the Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, a challenge promoted by ILSA (International Law Students Association) involving 700 law schools in 100 jurisdictions.

The team, supported by VdA Academia, won three awards: (i) Best Applicant Memorial, (ii) Best Respondent Memorial and (iii) 2nd Best Oralist of the Competition.

This year's edition entitled "The Case concerning the Suthan Referendum (Democratic Republic of Antara v. Velan Kingdom of Ravaria)" dealt with international law issues, namely sovereignty, diplomatic immunity, evidence issues, cybersecurity, information, disinformation and freedom of expression in the digital context.

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