Annual, one-day event scheduled for May 24, 2007 in Vienna, Austria

The annual Balkan Case Challenge (BCC) is an annual competition to promote the case-study model and the recruitment of students from south-eastern Europe (Austria, Albania, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldova, Romania, Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo UNMIK). The BCC includes a law moot court competition for law students.

Following last year's successful career fair, the "Career Day South-Eastern Europe" will take place again in Vienna on May 24, 2007, correlating with the BCC finals occuring around that time. The one-day job fair is organized by the Austrial Federal Economic Chamber in cooperation with WUS Austria, and will draw the participation of top law schools in the region, including University of Graz. 

Graz has an LL.M. program that focuses on South Eastern European Law and European Integration. To read more about the program, please click here. More informaiton about the job fair can be found here.

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