The annual student competition in EU law is over. The winners of the mock trial were personally awarded by the Minister of Justice Rati Bregadze.
The Minister congratulated the young people on their success and noted that interest in the EU is growing – this year, 36 teams from 11 higher education institutions participated in the competition, a total of 119 contestants.
The aim of the competition is to popularize EU law and increase interest in the European integration process. Participants in the mock trial had the opportunity at each stage of the competition to deepen their knowledge of EU law and acquire the skills needed for a future profession. Registered teams underwent special training; The eight best teams identified in the written stage continued the competition to the next oral stage. Each round was judged by a panel of judges, and the winners were revealed.
The winner of the competition was the team of undergraduate students of Tbilisi Free University, which included Nikoloz Mosidze, Beka Chkonia, and Luka Avazashvili. Luka Tsiklauri, a student of Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, became the best speaker of the mock trial.
The teams participating in the event were awarded special certificates, and the winning team was awarded with symbolic gifts and a textbook on EU law by the Ministry of Justice. The author of the best-written position and the teams that made it to the final stage were awarded with symbolic gifts.