INTERNAL MOOTING


What We Have on Offer

Every year the Law Society holds:

  • The Junior Mooting Competition for first year students. This competition runs for the duration of the academic year (until summer exams), and the finals are held in the first few weeks of the following academic year. Topics include: Contract law, Tort law, Constitutional and Administrative law.

 

  • The Senior Mooting Competition for second and third year students. This competition runs throughout the year and finals take place before the Easter break. Topics include: Criminal law, Land law, EU law, Contract law, Tort law and Constitutional and Administrative law.

 

  • The Mooting Championships for all students. This competition runs for the duration of the year and uses cumulative scoring until semi-finals to ensure that our mooters gain as much experience as possible. Topics include: Contract law, Tort law, Constitutional and Administrative law.

 

  • Speed Mooting for all students, which will take place over a few days at the start of Semester One. This is an excellent opportunity to try mooting for the first time or to refresh and refine your technique. 

 

  • The Constitutional Law and Human Rights Moot for all students, held in collaboration with other Law Societies, which will take place in Semester Two.

 

 

 

To learn more about mooting please watch our intro to mooting video