Students' Council

Students’ Achievements

CONTESTS

Rubicon:

  • Rubicon Contest, 4 May, 2011, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Student Andrej Majce represented European Faculty of Law Nova Gorica and was awarded 4th place.

  • Rubicon Contest, 17 May, 2012, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Student Aldijana Ahmetović represented European Faculty of Law Nova Gorica and was awarded 4th place.

Slovenian negotiation competition for law students

  •   1st Slovenian negotiation competition for law students4 March, 2011, Maribor, Slovenia

Students Andrej Majce and Katja Zajc represented European Faculty of Law Nova Gorica and were awarded 2nd place.

  •   2nd Slovenian negotiation competition for law students4 March, 2012, Maribor, Slovenia

Students who participated in the competition: Jure Švigelj, Nataša Kolavčič, Robert Carvely, Irene Carvely, Aldijana Ahmetović, Irena Stepanović, Janja Cigoj, Klement Perko, Eva Leon, Marija Kralj, Živa Šušmelj, Luka Švab, Andrej Majce and Katja Zajc. Živa Šušmelj and Luka Švab from the European Faculty of Law Nova Gorica achieved the best result.

  •  3rd Slovenian negotiation competition for law students8 March, 2013, Maribor, Slovenia

Students who participated in the competition: Janja Cigoj, Kolavčič Nataša, Luka Švab and Živa Šušmelj. Živa Šušmelj and Nataša Kolavčič from the European Faculty of Law Nova Gorica achieved the best result.

Leonid Pitamic Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition

  •   1st Leonid Pitamic Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition 2009, Ljubljana, Slovenia

The competition is organized as a moot court and is designed to simulate proceedings before the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia. In 2009 the following students participated in the competition: Karin Seljak, Katarina Barbara Ostan, Jure Pfeifer, Majda Lazar, Andreja Slejko, Maja Tomaševič, Katerina Böhmova and Saša Peršolja.

  •   II. Leonid Pitamic Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition 2010, Ljubljana, Slovenia

The competition is organized as a moot court and is designed to simulate proceedings before the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia. In 2010 the following students participated in the competition: Polona Lapanje, Erazem Bohinc, Irena Stepanovič, Nina Ribarič, Nika Pipan, Adriana Lorenzutti, Tadej Miklavčič, Anže Fric, Patricija Peklar, Tadej Lončarič, David Matjažič and Marija Kralj.

  •   III. Leonid Pitamic Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition 17–18 March 2011, Ljubljana, Slovenia

The competition is organized as a moot court and is designed to simulate proceedings before the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia. In 2011 the following students participated in the competition: Erazem Bohinc, Andrej Majce, Katja Zajc and Nina Zupančič.

  •   IV. Leonid Pitamic Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition 15–16 March 2012, Ljubljana, Slovenia

The competition is organized as a moot court and is designed to simulate proceedings before the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia. In 2012 the following students participated in the competition: Živa Šušmelj and Luka Švab. Together they were awarded 10th place.

  •   Leonid Pitamic Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition 14–15 March 2013, Ljubljana, Slovenia

The competition is organized as a moot court and is designed to simulate proceedings before the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia. In 2013 the following students participated in the competition: Tina Špilak, Ina Novak, Matevž Žnidaršič, Adriana Lorenzutti, Tadej Petejan and Nataša Kolavčič. Students Nataša Kolavčič, Adriana Lorenzutti and Tadej Petejan were together awarded 5th place.

Other contests:

  •   2. IASLA International Air and Space Law Asociation Moot Court Competition, 25–28 March 2012, Cambridge, Great Britain

The following students participated in the competition: Team 205 – Slovenia (Erazem Bohinc, Andrej Majce and Nina Matijašević) and were awarded 4th place.

  •   7th International Law Competition Youth for Peace 15–19 May, 2012, Minsk, Belarus

The following students participated in the competition: Jure Švigelj, Nataša Kolavčič and Živa Šušmelj, who were awarded 3rd place.

  •  Summer Economics Institute (SEI) 2012 Student Internship, 2012

Students Špela Čič and Pola Mally attended Summer Economics Institute (SEI) 2012 Student Internship and received the award on successful completion on internship by the US Embassy and American Chamber of Commerce.

  •  The Slovenia International Model of United Nations (SiMUN), 12–16 September, 2012, Ljubljana, Slovenia

SiMUN is a simulation for ambitious students who are interested in international issues and the functioning of the bodies of the United Nations.
Students Nataša Kolavčič and Živa Šušmelj participated in the simulation.

  •   Young Active Volunteer, Project “Active citizen”, sponsored by US Embassy in Slovenia,9–11 February, 2012, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Students of European Faculty of Law Nova Gorica Nataša Kolavčič and Kaja Krump participated in the project “Active Citizen”.

  • Model European Union Strasbourg 2013, 20–27 April, 2013, Strasbourg, France

Model European Union (MEU) is a unique simulation of decision- in the EU and politics, that take place in Strasbourg every year. Student Tina Debeljak participated in the simulation in 2013.

  •   BIMUN (Belgrade International Model UN 2013), 14–17 March, 2013, Belgrade, Serbia

International Model UN is a simulation of the conference of the UN, bringing together students from around the world, who, as delegates, represent the country they have been assigned. Student Aleksandra Andrejević participated in the Human Rights Council as a representative of Peru. The theme she discussed was human rights and the internet.