Apr 07, 2021

International Youth Law Conference 2021

  • Jenna Jokhani
  • Worldwide (Virtual)
Competition Workshop Skill Building


The International Youth Law Conference is an event that offers a lot of opportunities for students to connect with others that have the same passion, participate in legal workshops and keynote speeches hosted by top-tier lawyers, and engage in open discussion sessions. It is an online conference that is free of charge for all students with legal workshops hosted by professional lawyers, and law students as well as keynotes by influential individuals in the legal field. The event is continued to a second day that entails a case analysis competition hosted in a MUN Crisis style and attendees will be given the case hours before the 'trail' and will receive further clues along the way.

Type of Opportunity

Extracurricular Activity

Age Range



There will be students attending from all over the world who are all interested in law however, as many of the competition components are legally based challenges that everyone will be learning on the first day there is not much competition and it all depends on your own skills and how well you retain the information from the previous day.

Participation Cost

It is completely free of charge to attend both days which includes all the speeches and workshops from the lawyers/professionals and to compete in the competition.

Minimum Technical Skill Needed

There are no technicals skills needed, just be willing to participate, listen and be open to learning new things and use the information that you learned in a competitive fun environment with great prizes.

Time Commitment

The first day of the conference will begin on April 24th at 6:00 PM Thailand time (GMT +6) till 10:05 PM Thailand time (GMT +6).  The second day of the conference will begin on April 25th at 6:00 PM Thailand time (GMT +6) till 9:30 PM Thailand time (GMT +6).

Application Deadline

April 21st, 2021

Application Process Includes

Fill out the form on the website (click the sign up now button). The form will require your name, email, and the preferred role you would like to play in the competition.