Mooting

 

 

 

We are delighted that you are interested in the Mooting Society! The society provides its members with the opportunity to practice their legal skills and enhance their CV. Read on to find out more!

What is Mooting?

Mooting is the art of presenting a legal argument in a mock court case concerning a contentious point of law in an Appellate Court. Student mooters will be paired up and act as advocates for opposing parties in the matter.

Our opportunities:

We aim to equip our members with advocacy skills, such as public speaking and legal research, that will be highly useful in their future legal careers.

The Mooting Society runs four internal Mooting competitions each year, namely the First Year Contract Law Moot, First Year Tort Law Moot, Second/Final Year Moot, and the Non-Competitive Moot. The Society also fields members in external competitions against other universities and provides training for all members to hone their abilities. In addition, the Society provides opportunities for networking with practising Barristers and Solicitors who will provide great insight into legal practice!

A few pictures showcasing what we got up to last year...

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Committee


Events Organiser
Kaushik Madhav Kuralla
First Year Competitions Organiser
Joshua Shu Fan Steven Lai
General Secretary
Mohammad Aljamal
Non-Competitive Moots Organiser
Velma Bruce-Cathline
President
Ragad Mannai
Second and Final Year Competitions Organiser
Sephlin Sam
Training Officer
Aleena Asad Kazmi
Treasurer
Jack Seifert
Vice-President
Kara Rhian Crilly-Jones
 

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