The competition provides students with the opportunity to arbitrate a real case helping them enhance their skills that will be used in building justice mechanisms in Armenia.
Upon successful completion of academy, Margaryan will achieve her objective of becoming a state prosecutor.
The Jessup Competition, which has international participants from 95 countries, is the largest law moot court competition in the world.
AUA Alumni Asanet Aloyan (MBA ’16), Naira Avchyan (MBA ’08) and Artur Sayadyan (L.L.M ’17) Arrive at Tufts University for Fletcher School’s Tavitian Scholars ProgramFebruary 9, 2018
[Mirror Spectator] The program has an impressive array of alumni who work in mid-to-senior level positions in the office of Armenia’s president, the parliament, Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Justice and Economy, and other government institutions.
The lecture was primarily attended by AUA professors, students, and graduates of the College of Europe.
From September 11-15, the American University of Armenia (AUA)’s LL.M. program had the pleasure of hosting Professor Mark Movsesian from St. John’s University School of Law as a visiting professor. He taught a course titled ‘Topics in American Law: US Constitution and Human Rights.’
YEREVAN, Armenia – On March 18 and 19, the American University of Armenia (AUA) hosted the fifth annual Mock Arbitration, giving students a chance to acquire practical knowledge of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), to develop rhetorical skills, and to get advice from top professionals in the field.
YEREVAN, Armenia— On February 6, American University of Armenia (AUA) alumnus Emil Babayan was appointed Adviser to Artsakh President Bako
YEREVAN, Armenia – On March 14, the Republic of Armenia’s Ministry of Justice representatives visited the American University of Armenia to introduce www.e-drafts.am, a new website that publishes draft legislation for public commenting.
The AUA LL.M. Program is proud to announce the publication of its own faculty member and lawyer at the European Court of Human Rights Arman Zrvandyan’s book, which is titled “Casebook on European Fair Trial Standards in Administrative Justice.”