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The case concerning cyber security and artificial intelligence (The Kingdom of Avrelia v. The Republic of Raptoria)


The MUNLawS 2023 Conference will host a simulation of an arbitral proceeding under the auspices of the Court of Conciliation and Arbitration within OSCE. The Court of Conciliation and Arbitration is based in Geneva and provides a mechanism for the peaceful settlement of disputes between States. The Court was established in 1995 by the Convention on Conciliation and Arbitration. Thirty-four States are party to the Convention. The Court is composed of recognised experts in the field of international law who are appointed by the States Parties.

A request for arbitration may be made at any time by agreement between two or more States parties to the Convention or between one or more States parties to the Convention and one or more other CSCE participating States. States Parties may also submit a notice to the Depositary, recognising as compulsory, ipso facto and without special agreement, the jurisdiction of an Arbitral Tribunal, subject to reciprocity.

Participants at the MUNLawS 2023 Conference may act in the role of counsel for the States in dispute or arbitrators.



Lea Zahrastnik

Lea is currently in her 4th year of studies at the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Law. She has been a delegate and chair at several conferences in Europe and also in the USA. Recently, she participated in a moot court competition regarding European law, which further fueled her enthusiasm for law. As a committee director of the OSCE Court of Conciliation and Arbitration, Lea aims to explore her keen interest in out-of-court settlements. She is looking forward to this year's edition of MUNLawS and hopes to hear some good solutions to the OSCE problem.

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Rok Tretjak

Rok is an undergraduate student at the Faculty of Law, University of Ljubljana. In the past year, he has served as the faculty's official European constitutional law student tutor, a student representative in the faculty's International Competitions Commission, and has represented his university in the Monroe E Price Media Law Moot Court Competition. His main interests are international human rights law, constitutional law, and international politics. He also loves debating these topics over a cold drink.

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