The Witness Examination Competition requires individuals attempt to advance their side's case by examining witnesses to adduce oral evidence. The trial runs from the opening statements, to the examination of witnesses, through to the closing address.
Witness Examination involves thinking on your feet, and requires little preparation.The objective of the Trial Advocacy Competition is to develop the competitor's communication and critical legal thinking skills.
The Witness Examination Competition offers successful competitors with an opportunity to represent UNSW at external Witness Examination Competitions such as ALSA (Australian Law Students Association).
UNSW Law Society offers one Witness Examination Competition and all law students are encouraged to compete, regardless of which stage they are at in their law degree.
Witness Examination Competition
Offered to all students, regardless of stage, skill and level.