In 2014, for the second time, an Austrian team participated at the Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court. The European Rounds were held from 14 to 17 May 2014 at Wroclaw University in Wroclaw, Poland. The two students – Isolde Klinger und Tom Svedberg – were chosen in October 2013 out of several applications to represent the University of Vienna. The case dealt with the legal responsibility for interferences in frequencies that are used for the positioning and communication of satellites. The Austrian team was able to qualify for the semi-finals in the European Rounds and was only beaten by the winners of the finals, the team of the University of Paris XI.