Tags: Competition

Year Two final of the Mitchell L. McLean Mock Trial: A Spectacle of Sharp Thinking and Legal Acumen

On 13 November 2023, ELSA IE held the second final of the Mitchell L. McLean Mock Trial. The competition, based on the U.S. common law system, allows students to step into the shoes of U.S. litigators as they go up against each other in teams. The Stork breaks down this latest experience in an eye-opening article.

Scommessopoli: the Latest Italian Football Scandal

The Stork breaks down Italian football's history with betting scandals,in light of recent developments in the club.

World Cup 2030 Assigned to Spain!

FIFA has announced the six co-hosts for World Cup 2023, one of whom is Spain. In anticipation, the Stork breaks down the historical significance around host countries and explains why 2030 will be a particularly exciting year for football.

Nobel Prize Season: 2023’s Full List of Laureates

The Stork breaks down the list of 2023 Nobel Prize laureates and their important achievements.

Should America sell its air to keep the world speaking English?

Will Mandarin soon take English’s place? Will we soon live in a Mandarin speaking world symbolic of China’s succesful economic triumph over the US? This is a reality that America avidly fights to prevent, but should we?

Are students truly taking CV-building too far?

Over the past few years, individual achievement has become a top priority for students, but do employers think the same way?

The Mitchell L. McLean Trial Competition Finale: An Insight into the Legal World

Based on the US legal system, this mock trial is the first of its kind in Spain, where practical experiences for Law students had formerly mimicked appellate trials in moot court simulations.

MENA Club Partners With Debate Club for IE’s First Ever Mock Arab League Conference

Last Saturday, the first official Mock Arab League conference in IE was hosted by a partnership between the MENA Club and the Debate Club....

The 6th Edition of the Artilleria Debate: the Crisis between Russia and Ukraine

On Tuesday, March 7th, IE was hosted by the Spanish Artillery Academy in Segovia to partake in a splendid annual tradition: the Artillery Academy...

An insider look at IE’s HNMUN Delegation

On the 13th of February, IE’s Debate Club embarked on a week-long adventure to Boston, Massachusetts to compete in the prestigious 69th entry of...


South Africa v Israel: The Effectiveness of the ICJ

By Adam Paska Countries tend to translate all international conflicts or disputes into legal language to better justify their actions before the international community. There...

Algo así como ser invencibles 

Me encuentro reflexionando sobre lo que es ser invencible o inmortal en el sentido más humano.

Waiting for The Wind of Change: Democracy in the Digital Age 

If you belong to Generation Z or a younger demographic, chances are you have been profoundly impacted by the forces of globalization and digitalization. This means your life has likely been characterized by mobility, multiculturalism, and you have gained a broadened perspective about the world.