Arbitration Initiative Georgia

Innovation Becoming a Tradition _ AIG Organized 3rd Vis Moot Boot Camp

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Once again, for the third time in a row AIG Vis Boot Camp was a starting point for the yearly Vis Moot journey. Students of Tbilisi State University, Free University of Tbilisi, New Vision University and GIPA participated in two day intensive crash-course in international commercial arbitration, CISG and academic writing.

The Boot Camp is an innovation of AIG supporting development of legal education and practice in the field of commercial arbitration. After the years of successful activities in the field of promotion of arbitration through supporting Georgian representation in Willem C. International Commercial Arbitration Moot, we decided to offer local moot participants a week-long intensive training program in the event of the 23rd  annual Vis Moot Competition.

After its launching in 2014, the Boot Camp gained an extremely positive feedback from participants and invited trainers as well as an outstanding coverage in international Vis Moot society. Having compared the ultimate efficiency of preparatory process and readiness of Georgian Vis Moot participants with and without the Boot Camp experience, we could observe that the Camp played an important role as an education and social experience for the students who successfully represented our Country in the most prestigious competition in the field of international arbitration and sales law in the world.

AIG is particularly grateful for its generous support to UNDP within its UN JP "Enhancing Access to Justice and Development of a Child-friendly Justice System in Georgia" and to New Vision University for hosting the Boot Camp.

Please, have a look at the Camp brochure for more information and visit the gallery for closer look at the Camp sessions.