Upcoming Competitions

Keep up to date with all of the LSA’s competitions.

Past Competitions

Witness Examination Competition 222

This dynamic competition is a great opportunity to practice a range of legal skills and requires no preparation prior to the competition! You don’t want to miss this opportunity to get exposure to a top tier firm through Ashurst representatives!

You’ll be required to examine and cross examine a witness. Upon signing up, you’ll receive a how-to guide to provide some useful tips and explain the judging criteria.

The competition will be held throughout Week 7, with finals held Week 8 Monday-Wednesday.

Use the link to sign up now! https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12OBOFdiYIe5d6WHtZ-fGxHtT7Lio8TiPLYmKRyQ8A2A/htmlview

Contact [email protected] with any questions.

Negotiation Competition 202

Almost no preparation is required and you’ll be developing your negotiation skills (which you will need to display in several subjects throughout your law degree) in a low-pressure environment! Cash prizes and amazing networking opportunities with K&L Gates and Clayton Utz representatives are also on offer!

Preliminary rounds will run online on Zoom throughout week 2, with senior division final running 4:30pm Wednesday 10th June and junior division final running 4:00pm Thursday 11th June of week 3.

Contact [email protected] with any questions or queries!


Brian Orr Mooting Competition 201: Sponsored by HSF

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to compete in this semester’s Brian Orr mooting competition run by the LSA and proudly sponsored by Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF).

With both a junior and senior division, this competition is a great way to ease into mooting at Bond and improve your advocacy skills in a low pressure environment!

The rounds will be held in week 4 and finals on the Friday evening that week.


Hackathon 193


A Hackathon is an event (or in this case series of events) where people come together in teams to solve problems through technology and innovation. Our hackathon has a legal education focus, so you have the ability to find and fix problems or increase efficiency in education processes. Are you creative? Driven? Just looking for some fun? This is the event for you!

This competition is open to both law and non-law students.

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Client Interview 193

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to develop your communication skills that are integral to being a successful lawyer. Almost no preparation is required and you’ll be competing in a low-pressure environment. Finalists will be competing at Ashurst and will be given an amazing opportunity to network with representatives of the multinational firm!

The competition will run throughout Week 5 (preliminary rounds) in the skills rooms in the Law Faculty, with the finals held at Ashurst offices in Week 6!


Client interview skills module 

Interview tip sheet