2020 Moot Competition problem announced!
We are pleased to announce the 2020 Moot competition problem. All the details may be found in the competition rules. All skeleton arguments should be submitted in Word document format along with a completed competition form to Elly-Mae Gadsby no later than 4pm on 3 March 2020. All competitors will be notified of the outcome on 10 March 2020. Both the semi finals and finals will be held on 31 March 2020 at King's College, London
We are also pleased to be offering two Moot training sessions; full details are in the competition rules. If you wish to attend either the Bristol training on 30 January or the London training on 3 February please contact Elly-Mae Gadsby
2019 Moot Competition
The 2019 UKELA Moot Semi-Finals and Finals were held on the 22nd of February at King's College London. The winners were as follows:
The Dame Frances Patterson (Junior) Moot winners are James Harrison and Melissa Wilson (BPP Law School and University of Cambridge).
The Lord Slynn (Senior) Moot winners are Jennifer Routledge and Abigail Scott (Birmingham University and Nottingham Trent University).
A huge well done to everyone who participated - preparation was at an extremely high standard, which made for a wonderful competition and great submissions. UKELA would like to thank our Moot master, Nina Pindham, the semi-finals judges Thea Osmund-Smith, Ruth Reid and Gayatri Parasarathy, and Mr Justice Dove, who kindly offered his time to judge the finals of this competition. We'd like to extend our gratitude to our longstanding hosts, King's College London, and the excellent catering staff that provided the participants, judges and guests with refreshments throughout the day. We'd also like to give special thanks to our sponsors, No.5 Chambers and Lawtext Publishing, for without them, this event would not be possible.
2018 Moot Competition
The winners of the UKELA Annual Moot Competition 2018 are as follows:
The Dame Frances Patterson (Junior) Moot winners were Joseph Broadway and Michael Linnane (The Open University Law Society)
The Lord Slynn (Senior) Moot winners were Anne Hogarth and Joseph Meethan (University of London)
Well done to all who took part. It was clear from the nervous energy in the ante-room how much this meant to the entrants; a huge amount of effort went into their preparation and this was reflected in the high level shown throughout the competition. UKELA would like to thank our Moot master, Nina Pindham, the semi-finals judges Thea Osmund-Smith and Howard Leithead, and Lord Justice Dove, who travelled down from Manchester to judge the finals of this competition. We should also like to extend our gratitude to King's College, London, for kindly hosting again, to our generous sponsors, No 5 Chambers and LawText, and to Paul Leonard for taking photographs throughout the day.
2017 Moot competition
The 2017 Moot finals were held on 6 March. Our hosts were King's College London and the event was sponsored by No 5 Chambers. The Senior competition was won by Gayatri Parthasarathy (University of Law) and Leyla Garahan (City University). The Junior competition winners were Jonathan Welch and Helen Rodger, both students at City University. Congratulations to the winning teams and well done to all who took part. The calibre of entries was very high once again which made it very difficult for our judges! Thank you to LawText and No 5 Chambers for providing the prizes.
2016 Moot Competition
The 2016 Moot finals were held on 8 March, once again kindly hosted by Kings College London and sponsored by No5 Chambers. The winners of the Senior Competition were Joe Newbigin and Charles Forrest, pupils from Francis Taylor Building; whilst the Junior Competition was won by Gayatri Parthasarathy and Caspar Bartscherer, students from Oxford University. Congratulations to the winning teams! Once again, the standard of entry was high, with all entrants commended on their entries. Thank you to Lawtext and No5 Chambers for providing the prizes.
Winners with Mrs Justice Patterson