Leiden master’s student wins prize best judge Hugo Sinzheimer Moot Court Competition
From Thursday 14 to Sunday 17 June the Hugo Sinzheimer Moot Court Competition took place in Cassino, Italy. During this moot court, in the field of European employment and labour law, thirteen teams acted as lawyers in front of a special court composed of professors, judges and lawyers.
Because this year’s case was partially based on Dutch law, Dutch students acted as president of the court. This year’s Dutch team was composed of Febe de Jong and Elske Dogger from the University of Groningen and Hila Bayen and Naud van Doorn from Leiden University.
After the quarterfinals and the semi-finals Naud van Doorn was the winner of the competition between the judges and received the prize of ‘best student-judge’. He was the president during the grand final between Germany and Georgia, which was won by the Georgian team.
Beryl ter Haar assistant professor Labour Law is one of the members of the organising committee of the Hugo Sinzheimer Moot Court Competition.