ROMAN LAW COMPETITION
RULES: The participants have 10 minutes to answer questions, connected to the case, presented in front of them. Each of them works on their own. Those, who have less than 70% in terms of correct answers, are eliminated. This goes on for as many rounds, as needed, until there are only 10 participants left. They are divided into two teams of 5, who are each given a case with an advanced difficulty. The team, who has more correct answers, is declared the winning one. If both teams have the same number of correct answers, a new case is presented, until the winners could be decided. There is no limit to the possible number of rounds.