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Mock Courts of Justice

What is MCJ


Mock Court of Justice is a conference in which several courts are simulated. It offers a marvelous opportunity to experience a court simulation prepared at a higher level of academic diligence and organization.

It improves the student ability to debate and also offers its participants the opportunity to live the experience of being in a court. In fact, MCJ will help its participants with their college application.

MCJ helps develop your debate skills and any person willing to join it, will get deeper in the framework of law. It is an opportunity for students to get familiar with giving speeches and debating.

Mock Courts of Justice is a four-day conference ran in English, where the American and International court system is followed. It would also expand the student’s knowledge and understanding making him, therefore a better communicator.

Benefits from MCJ

Trust 

Trust is one of the main components that builds up MCJ, as it allows its participants to trust their team mates and other participants. 

Debate

The greatest benefit from MCJ is building up your debating skills through practical knowledge which many professional and beginner debaters will share among each other.

Organization

MCJ is a conference organized by a motivated team, who will work hard in order to make Mock Courts of Justice an unforgettable experience for you.
Where
MCJ will take place in 5-6 different venues located in Rabat, Morocco
When
After some research, our team agreed that this conference will take place during the last week of February, due to the cool weather and the school work.
How
Why MCJ?
MCJ is a very well organized confence,
our team uses very complicated processes in order to make it a great expericence.
Our conference is prepared by the best of the best, our team works hard to make MCJ a great experience. MCJ's is not just about debating and winning but also about having fun, meeting new people and most importantly to be a wonderful experience.
Rabat, Morocco
Capital of Morocco
Rabat, Morocco's capital, rests along the shores of the Bouregreg River and the Atlantic Ocean. It's known for landmarks that speak to its Islamic and French-colonial heritage, including the Kasbah of the Udayas. This Berber-era royal fort is surrounded by formal French-designed gardens and overlooks the ocean. The city's iconic Hassan Tower, a 12th-century minaret, soars above the ruins of a mosque.

Light Bulb 


Light Bulb is an initiative created by MCJ to bring innovative ideas to reality.
Contact us for more information.


Partners & Sponsors

Mohammed Karrout

Docteur en Droit
Avocat​
Agrée auprès de la Cour Supreme