UKELA Moot Finals Day 2019
2pm (1.30 pm registration) - 8pm
The UKELA Moot Competition Semi-finals and Finals, held before Lord Justice Dove
Entering the UKELA moots is a great opportunity for those interested in developing their advocacy skills. You don’t have to be an environmental law expert to enter, but you do need to be an enthusiast for mooting.
We have some great prizes:
· A trophy for each winning team to take back and display at your institution;
· A prize of £150 from No5 Chambers for each winning team;
· Free membership of UKELA for all finalists for one year;
· A free one-year subscription to the four winners to the leading journal, Environmental Law and Management, kindly provided by Lawtext Publishing.
There are two mooting competitions:
a. The Lord Slynn of Hadley Moot (the senior competition), which is open to all those who, as of 31st December 2018, are in pupillage, a trainee solicitor, on the bar vocational course or legal practice course, or those who have completed the bar vocational course or legal practice course but have not yet secured a pupillage or a place as a trainee solicitor.
b. The Dame Frances Patterson Moot (the junior competition), which is open to those who, as of 31st December 2018, do not qualify for the Lord Slynn Moot but who are studying for a degree (including a graduate degree, e.g. LLM or a non-law degree), or taking the GDL. If you have completed a vocational course you are not able to enter the junior competition.