The Competition takes place at a different location every year, the venue of next year's edition will be announced via the website. Sign up for updates to be the first to know. An overview of the past locations can be found here.


The Competition is open to students enrolled in a bachelor or master of laws program at an accredited university.

It is no longer possible to register for the Moot Court Competition of 2021.

Registration for next year's Competition will open in September 2021. Subscribe to our email updates not to miss out on the announcement(s).

Costs and Registration Fee

To complete their registration, teams participating in the International Rounds of the Competition are required to pay a registration fee of € 150 per team. The registration fee is for administrative expenses on the organizer's end.

Teams can request an invoice or transfer the payment directly to our account.

IBAN: NL80ABNA0566427710
Address: Gustav Mahlerlaan, 1000 EA Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Account name: International Institute of Air and Space Law

Please mention the name of your university and team number in the subject.

teams participating in a National Round, are not required to pay the registration fee to complete their registration. Only the winning teams that qualify for the international rounds will be required to pay the registration fee.

Accommodation and Travel

Accommodation during the Competition is usually provided for by our hosts. The number of rooms allocated to a team is based on the team's size and composition. Team members of the same gender and coaches may be required to share a room. Where possible, we will offer to book extra rooms or nights at an additional price.

Teams must make and pay for their own travel arrangements to and from the location of the Moot Court. We encourage teams and universities to engage with airlines and the industry to sponsors tickets, upon which they can be included in our sponsor overview as Team Sponsor.

Postal Address

Since the competition will be held online this year, teams do not have to send hard copies to Leiden.