The International Negotiation Competition is the oldest and most renowned competition focusing on international legal negotiation for law students from all over the world. It offers a unique educational program for international legal practice.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2021 Competition!
The winners of the 23rd International Negotiation Competition that was held in an online format are Isabella Tan and Nikhil Angappan from the University of Singapore for the 2020 competitors and Daniel Sheikhan and Austyn Boothe from the Mitchell Hamline School of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota for the 2021 competitors. Congratulations!
Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 competition in Tokyo!
The winners of the 22nd International Negotiation Competition held at the Sophia University in Tokyo, Japan are Alexander Field and Jessica Shao from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. Congratulations! More information on the past competition can be found here. See you next year!
Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 competition!
Leah Parrish and Dough Leach (McGeorge School of Law - Team USA)
Congratulations to the winners of the International Negotiation Competition 2018, held at the School of Law and Politics at the University of Cardiff in association with CEDR and Latham&Watkins LLP.
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Hear from partners, sponsors and judges of the 2017 competition about the opportunities offered
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Participating in the INC
Ever wondered why you should enter the INC? What will you get out of it?
Why not let the competitors and judges from the 2017 competition tell you more
The 2018 Competition will take place at the University of Cardiff, Wales. Find out more here...
Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 competition!
Brian Kennedy and Briana Al Taqatqa (Mitchell Hamline School - USA 1)
Congratulations to the winners of the International Negotiation Competition 2017, held at the Faculty of Law at the University of Oslo in association with Juristforbundet:
1. USA 1 2. Canada 1 3. USA 2 4. Singapore 5. S. Korea 6. Estonia 7. New Zealand, Canada 2 8. Brazil 9. India 1 10. Qatar 1 11. Switzerland 12. France