via Zoom, organised by the Center for International Legal Studies
The Group Phase (4 hearings) for all Regionals will be "internationalized", i.e., teams will also face teams from other Regions. The Eliminations (e.g. quarters to final) will be separate for each Region. Advancement to the Globals will be determined by Region.
Regionals and Nationals facilitate teams' access to the FDI Moot though reduced fees and financial supports. More information on these and on the China, Vietnam, and Egypt Nationals can be found under the accordions below.
Teams from outside these regions participate directly in the Globals.
The All-Africa Regional registration fee is EUR50 / team.
has sponsored (2017, 2019-24) a USD1500 annual prize for the winner of the All Africa Regional. This multi-year sponsorship now gives us a solid foundation from which to seek additional support to give international opportunities to promising young lawyers in Africa.
has been a prize sponsor for the Africa Regional in 2016 and 2018 and has agreed to sponsor a USD500 annual prize for the Best Advocate (2019-21). The prize is awarded in the name of late International Academy of Trial Lawyers (IATL) President Noël Ferris.
has committed USD3000 to the 2022 Wälde Fund earmarked to support the top teams advancing from All Africa Regional. Three Crowns is also delighted to announce that it will provide coaching assistance (by videoconference) to the winner of the FDI Moot’s All Africa Regional. The initiative is part of Three Crowns’ larger commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion in international arbitration.
Egypt National Round 12-13 August 2022
The Egypt National Rounds are planned as in person rounds. Should the Covid situation in Egypt require a change away from in person rounds such decision will be communicated in July. The rounds will then take place virtually.
as host of the National Round has agreed to sponsor the winning team’s €750 registration fee to participate directly in the Globals.
All Egyptian teams must register and confirm via the FDI Moot Website and pay EGP1000 as a deposit directly to MBH; ignoring the €50 payment promt but contacting MBH directly for information on procedure. The deposit will be returned to each team after conclusion of the National Round.
Furthermore, after conclusion, those teams who did not make first place may notify the FDI Moot Administration by email if they wish to re-register to participate in the All Africa Regional.
Teams from the South Asia Region must participate via the South Asia Regional. The top 4 South Asia Regional teams advance automatically to the Globals and are eligible for support from the Thomas Wälde Team Fund.
The South Asia Regional registration fee is EUR180 / team for teams from India, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Pakistan.
Teams not among the top 4 may still top up their registration fees to take part in the Globals (no access to TWF support).
Indication of the wish to top up and participate in the Globals has to be sent to the FDI Administration within 5 days following the completion of the Regional Orals and may be subject to overall capacity restrictions at the Globals, in which case such teams will be accepted to the Globals according to the Regional ranking and first-come, first-serve.
All teams advancing from a Regional to the Global Rounds and eligible for support from the Thomas Wälde Fund, i.e. from low- or medium-income (HDI) countries, must return the completed application for monetary assistance form before the Claimant Memorial deadline. Untimely applications will not be considered.
All eligible and timely applications remain subject to the usual considerations: availability of funds, HDI index of home country, number of team members travelling, travel costs, etc., and will be notified within a fortnight after the deadline.