Tabesh University’s ELSA Moot (EMC2) participate in training workshop on WTO Law in Bahrain from 14 to 18 October

Tabesh University makes history for being the first University in Afghanistan qualified to participate in Elsa Moot Court Competition on World Trade Organization Law in Thailand and Switzerland respectively. The competition, called ELSA Moot Court Competition (EMC2) on WTO Law, fosters the study of international trade law through preparation and presentation of oral arguments by teams of students from universities across the globe, culminating in a finals round held each year in Switzerland. Senior law students of Tabesh University have taken extensive trainings to be better prepared for the upcoming competitions. The WTO moot team recently completed a training workshop held in Bahrain from 14 to 18 October, 2017.

The WTO Moot team from Law faculty of Tabesh University is formed by top 4 qualified students- Faridon Salehi, Hameedullah Hamdard, Hedayatullah Jalal, and Mohammad Aman Akrami-passing a rigorous tryout. The team is trained by well-experienced and talented coaches Ms. Kholofelo Kugler and Mr. Sirat A. Khalid Haidary.