Arbitrators' Quest

Konrad Partners is pleased to announce the organization of the eighth edition of its Moot Court “Arbitrators’ Quest”, which will take place on 13 May 2022, in an online format. 

Established in 2015, our Moot Court aims at providing students and young professionals an opportunity to gain first-hand practical experience in international arbitration with the help of our experienced arbitration practitioners. 

The competition is open to students, graduates and young professionals with interest in international arbitration. The winner will be selected based on the quality and content of his or her application, written submission and oral arguments.

We will award the winner with a paid internship with the Konrad Partners Arbitration Practice Group in Vienna as well as the costs for accommodation. Additionally, the three top-rated participants will be awarded book prizes kindly donated by Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory, International Group.

Detailed information about the competition and the application process may be found here.

Applications are extended to 15 March 2022. The selected participants will be notified in March 2022.

For any further queries, do not hesitate to contact Ms Eugenia Mocanu at aq@konrad-partners.com.

Apply now!

"The Arbitrator's Quest is great experience. Unlike team-based law school moots, the Arbitrator's Quest uniquely challenges participants to individually research and formulate written and oral submissions. It is a wonderful learning and networking opportunity."

Grace Tran, Winner of the Arbitrators' Quest, 6th edition (2020)


"I highly recommend the experience to anyone interested in arbitration or advocacy generally; you will have the opportunity to hone your skills, meet like-minded aspiring practitioners, and begin building a professional network in one of Europe’s most dynamic arbitration centres."

Mikolaj Orzazewski, Winner of the Arbitrators’ Quest, 5th edition (2019)


"The internship was a great experience. I was able to work with lawyers from different legal backgrounds on a variety of projects, which made me approach legal issues from different perspectives."

Agata Zwolankiewicz, Winner of the Arbitrators' Quest, 4th edition (2018)