External Mooting Competitions

External Competitions Policy:

External Competitions Policy

We are currently accepting applications for three exciting international mooting competitions!

1. GLNU (Gujarat National Law University) APPLICATION 2014

Applications have now closed.

Please note that there are no guarantees that UNSW Law Society will proceed with sending a team to the Competition. This will depend on the standard of applicants.

2. IASLA Space Law Moot 2014

This competition puts student's mooting skills to the test within the context of international space law.  For more information on the competition, visit http://www.spacemoot.org/asiapacific.html

Applications have now closed.

Please note that there are no guarantees that UNSW Law Society will proceed with sending a team to the Competition. This will depend on the standard of applicants.

3. Stetson International Environmental Moot Application 2014

This competition focuses on issues of environmental sustainability within the law.  Applications have now closed.

Please note that there are no guarantees that UNSW Law Society will proceed with sending a team to the Competition. This will depend on the standard of applicants.

Sir Harry Gibbs Moot 2014

This is a national mooting competition focusing on federal constitutional law. The 2014 semi-finals will be held in the ACT Supreme Court, judged by Justice Richard Refshauge. The grand final will be held in the High Court, with Chief Justice Robert French presiding.

UNSW Law Society will select one team with 3 members, to compete in the competition.

Applications have now closed.

Oxford IP Moot 2014

This is an international mooting competition held by the University of Oxford. UNSW will select a team of 3 members to compete in the 2014 competition.

Applications have now closed.

Baker & McKenzie National Women's Moot

The Women's Moot is an all-female mooting competition addressing issues that women face at the bar. UNSW will be sending a team of 4 individuals to compete.

Applications have now closed.

For more information, see http://www.womensmoot.com/

 

AAT (Administrative Appeals Tribunal) Moot

Applications have now closed.

The AAT Mooting competition is an excellent competition for mooters of all levels to participate in. In 2010, a UNSW team won the competition, having appeared in the grand final before the Honourable Justice Garry Downes. UNSW will select up to three teams to compete in the 2014 competition, each comprising three members: two students who act as senior and junior counsel and one researcher. Competitors will participate in up to five knockout rounds between 26 July and 8 October, depending on their success in the competition. Competitors’ expenses will attract the financial support of LawSoc upon application.

Prior knowledge: Knowledge of administrative law is not required – competitors who have not completed Administrative Law will be set a small number of readings in the inter-semester break to provide them with the necessary background knowledge. 

For more information, see: 

http://www.aat.gov.au/AboutTheAAT/MootingCompetition.html

 

2014 World Human Rights Moot

The competition brings undergraduate law students from universities all around the world, to tackle a hypothetical human rights problem.  This year's competition will take place at the OHCHR headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.

Applications have now closed.

Take a look here for more details! http://www1.chr.up.ac.za/index.php/world-moot-court.html