ELSA Negotiation Competition

The concept

ELSA is an organisation of European law students who seek to continuously contribute to and improve the legal education of students. In accordance with these goals, ELSA International facilitates the Negotiation Competition.
The ELSA Negotiation Competition (ENC) is a simulation of a negotiation process between two parties. For this purpose, two teams consisting of two law students and young lawyers each representing a client or a party negotiate a legal dispute. These simulations will be observed and evaluated by a panel of three judges who shall be legal practitioners allowing participants to obtain advanced skills in the field of negotiation.

How to get involved
  • Be a participant

    There are various local and national rounds around the ELSA network. Check the list below and communicate with the respective group for participation details.

  • Be an organiser

    Do you want to initiate a round at your local/national ELSA group? ELSA International provides you with all the necessary guidelines and materials in order to set up an ELSA Negotiation Competition. You can find the ENC Package with all the materials here.

Opportunities through ENC

Exercising public speaking and negotiation skills

Providing a network of professional contacts and best students’ profiles

Applying legal theory and teaching the techniques of the legal profession

Rounds in the ELSA Network

Check out the existing local and national rounds that you can participate.

Austria
Czech Republic
France
Malta
Azerbaijan
Germany
Italy
Norway
Romania
Croatia
(Zagreb)
Finland (Helsinki)
Hungary
The Netherlands
(Maastricht)
Contact us.

If you need further information about the organisation of an ENC round, please contact ELSA International on vpaa@elsa.org.