The moot competition will take place in week 10 of semester 113. You can sign up (in teams of two) on the sign-up sheet which can be found on Joel Butler’s office door. Full details of the moot will be found in the Rules.
Two workshops will be held to help you prepare. The first will be held next week (WEEK 7) in Moot Court 1 on WEDNESDAY from 12pm-2pm. If you’ve never mooted before, this workshop will give you all the information you need to prepare your moot. The second workshop will be held in week 9 – and will concentrate on mooting technique.
Further details will be circulated via these pages, and to law students emails in the coming weeks.
The aim of the competition is to encourage those students who have not mooted before to get involved and try it out. We always need good mooters, and it is surprising how many students leave it until very late in their studies to give it a try and then regret not having got involved earlier! This is an opportunity for you to try out (and develop) your mooting skills before first semester's prestigious LSA Brian Orr Mooting competition - Bond's oldest and most contested competition.
The details on how to sign up will be circulated shortly, and the problem (and rules) will be made available this week - both on the Faculty and LSA websites. Teams will consist of two members. The actual competition rounds will be held across WEEK 10 of this semester.
If you think "There's no point in me trying, those expert mooters who've mooted 10 times and won in the Hague, Beijing, Hong Kong will take this one!" well this is a restricted competition! Sorry to those of you who have mooted before - but you can ONLY enter if you have NOT been involved in competitive mooting at Bond before! In other words, we've taken out the big-time competitors for you. No Tom Harrison, not Katherine Mansted, no James Graham etc. It’s an even playing field.
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