Caribbean Court of Justice International Law Moot Court Competition 2023

The Eugene Dupuch Law School competed in the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) 13th International Mooting Competition which was held at the Seat of the Court in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. The moot concerned interpretation issues relative to the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas. Students appeared before Judges of the CCJ and received a bronze medal for their efforts. Participants felt that the moot was a growth experience and that they benefited tremendously in terms of sharpening research, analytical and advocacy skills. Mrs. Raquel Williams, Senior Tutor II, Advisor to the team, expressed that she was incredibly proud of the tremendous investment that the team made in preparing themselves for the competition. The team performed admirably, said Mrs Williams, and demonstrated that over the period they had made significant gains in honing research and advocacy skills

Left to right: Shaquille Dean, Tamara Pinder, Natassia Rigby
Left to right: Natassia Rigby, Shaquille Dean, Mrs. Raquel Williams (Coach), Tamara Pinder