This week, the 32nd edition of the René Cassin Competition will be held in Strasbourg. It is the oldest French-language moot court competition on the European Convention on Human Rights. This year, the topic is health and European human rights law. Thirty teams, representing either the applicant alleged victim or the defendant state will meet up from Wednesday to Friday. The competition is organised by the University of Strasbourg Faculty of Law and the René Cassin Foundation with the support of, among others, the European Court and the Council of Europe.
Attending the finals is still possible, by registering here. More information, including the documents of this year's imaginary case, can be found on the competition's French-language website. Good luck to all the participating teams!