Mooting

A moot is a mock trial involving argument on different points of law before a moot judge. This is done within a court setting involving a hypothetical case on appeal from a lower court.



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What is Mooting?

"A moot is a mock trial involving argument on different points of law before a moot judge. This is done within a court setting involving a hypothetical case on appeal from a lower court."

What competitions are we joining?

We are starting the year with an internal moot and contacting other universities to arrange friendly moots. 

External Competitions:

- UKLSA (this moot is right around the corner and we will be basing whether or not to run an internal moot to determine who will represent Greenwich based on the interest of our members after our Meet and Greet event)

-OUP/BPP National Mooting Competition

-LSE LGBT+ Moot 

The number of external competitions joined will depend on student engagement. 

Prospective Events

Come the end of November we are looking at arranging a Mooting Workshop for you! This will involve a mooting demonstration from a guest speaker, how to draft a skeleton argument and how to tackle a moot problem! More information is to follow soon, but we strongly suggest 2nd year law students take advantage of this as you will have a compulsory assessment in mooting come your second term this academic year!

 

See below for all the positions we currently have available:

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Events

There are no scheduled events. Contact us for future events.