Faculty of Law and Public Administration Students Win International Media Law Moot Court Competition
The Birzeit University Faculty of Law and Public Administration students won first place in an international media law moot court competition. The Monroe E. Price Media Law Moot Court Competition is an annual competition that started in 2008, focuses on law and policies of comparative media, and is organized by Oxford University.
Birzeit University’s team participating in the competition was represented by graduate law student Wafa’ Saadeh and undergraduate law student Zeina Ayyad. This year’s regional competition was held at Ain Shams University in Cairo, Egypt from February 2-5, 2015, after two years of being hosted in Doha, Qatar.
The competition offers students from all over the region a unique chance to put their training into practice and address contemporary media law issues in a diverse and international environment.