Nicole Stremlau Head of the Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy
Nicole heads the Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy and is a Research Fellow in the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies. Her research is on media policy in post-war situations with a focus on the Horn of Africa. Nicole is responsible for the overall management and development of the Price Media Law Moot Court Programme.
Kamille Adair Morgan Mooting Coordinator
An Attorney-at-Law and Jamaica Rhodes Scholar, Kamille is reading for the D.Phil in Law at Mansfield College, University of Oxford. She describes herself as a moot court enthusiast, having participated in various moots as a competitor, judge, coach and organiser. Kamille provides technical support for the Price Moot Court Regional Rounds and coordinates the International Rounds in Oxford.
Nevena Krivokapic Mooting Coordinator
Nevena is a Legal Researcher at the SHARE Foundation, working on projects that defend the public interest on digital rights in relation to privacy, free speech, government transparency and efficiency, surveillance and human rights. As a student at the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, she was a member of the winning team at the Price Moot Court International Rounds 2011. She now provides technical and coordination support for the Regional Rounds.
Sanya Samtani Assistant Mooting Coordinator
Sanya is a DPhil student in Law at the University of Oxford. She is a Research Resident at the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights. In addition to having coached, judged, and participated in the Price Moot in previous years, she is presently the Assistant Moot Coordinator for the moot in 2018. She also holds the position of Graduate Mooting Coordinator, which includes facilitating the organisation of internal and external moots across the university. As an undergraduate from NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad, India, she participated in a number of moot court competitions, and subsequently coached whilst at Oxford on the Rhodes Scholarship. Her research areas include international human rights law, and constitutional law. She is also a Graduate Teaching Assistant for Public International Law at the Law Faculty.
Sarah Norman Mooting Administrator
Sarah has been involved in education for the past 20 years, first as a history teacher and head of department, and then as an Assistant Principal Examiner on public examinations. She has also worked in digital resourcing for schools and higher education institutions. Based in Oxford, she will be working with the team on the organisation of the International Rounds.
Sarvjeet Singh South Asia Competition Coordinator
Sarvjeet is a Programme Manager and was part of the founding team at the Centre for Communication Governance (CCG) at National Law University, Delhi. He works on issues of intersections of technology, law and policy and regulatory processes and provides research support to legal teams in critical constitutional cases relating to freedom of expression and privacy. Sarvjeet has authored the Freedom House’s Freedom on the Net India Report since 2014 and has co-authored the India paper in the Global Network of Centres’ study of online intermediaries led by the Berkman Klein Centre at Harvard University. He has been involved with the Price Media Law Moot Court Competition since the inception of the South Asia Rounds in 2010 as an organiser, competitor, judge and coach and was the winner of the South Asia rounds and a semi-finalist at the International rounds in 2012.
Fay XU Asia-Pacific Competition Coordinator
Fay is Deputy Director of International Office, Renmin University of China Law School since August 2012. She is in charge of international collaboration with partner universities and other legal organizations in Asia-Pacific area.
Dr. iur. Szabolcs Zöldréti South East Europe Competition Coordinator
Szabolcs is a graduate in Law from the Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), Budapest. His studies included human rights and media regulation of the European Union. His first thesis was a research study about the current state of community radios in the United Kingdom. He has been admitted for an Erasmus semester in Copenhagen and Lyon. In 2017, as a member of his University’s team, he participated at the Monroe E. Price Media Law Moot Court at the South East European Regional Rounds, where he qualified with his teammates for the International Rounds in Oxford. In 2018, he returned to Oxford as a student judge. Currently he works for a Brussels-based multicultural think tank.
Alina Pravdychenko North East Europe Competition Coordinator
Alina is a media lawyer and head of educational projects of Centre for Democracy and Rule of Law (CEDEM) – Ukrainian civil society organization (former – Media Law Institute). In 2016 she coached Ukrainian team on Price Media Law Moot Court Competition. Also Alina is working part time as senior lecturer at the Law faculty of Donetsk National University (Vinnytsia).
Jocelyn Hackett Americas Competition Coordinator
Jocelyn is the Managing Editor of Cornell Law School’s Women & Justice Collection.
Ahmed Khalifa Middle East Competition Coordinator
Ahmed is Assistant Professor of Criminal Law at Ain Shams University in Cairo, Egypt, and is on the Board of Directors of the International Association of Penal Law.