Mooting is the traditional bloodbath sport of law school and is your chance to get a taste of what it is like to be a real Atticus Finch in the heat of battle! In mooting you will encounter a 'mock' courtroom scenario where two teams compete against each other in the context of a mock submission.
The problem, a hypothetical fact scenario, is usually framed as an appeal against an earlier decision. As such, the facts have already been agreed upon, and the two sides are debating issues of law with one team representing the appellant and the other representing the respondent.
View the problem for the Grand Final by clicking here.
The problem for the semi finals can be downloaded by clicking here.
Info Session: Wednesday 2 March, Room G08, 1:00-2:00PM
All Competitions Skills Session: Wednesday 9 March, GM15 (David Derham Theatre) 6:30PM-8:30PM
Workshop: Monday 21 March, Room G08, 1:00-2:00PM with Josh Quinn-Watson, Angus Willoughby and Thomas Wu, former Jessup mooters.
Round 1: Sem 1, Week 3 (Practice Round)
Round 2: Sem 1, Week 5
Round 3: Sem 1, Week 7
Round 4: Sem 1, Week 9
Quarter Final: Sem 2, Week 2
Semi Final: Sem 2, Week 4
Grand Final: Wednesday 7 September, 6:30pm at the Federal Court (Courtroom 6A)
2015: Alexandra Harrison-Ichlov; Kathryn Wright; Kirsten Sugden
2014: Nicholas Kotzman; Raoul Renard; Matthew Psycharis
2013: Doug Porteous; Shawn Rajanayagam; Nick Boyd-Caine
2012: Lewis Cohen; Joshua Anderson; Alex Bicknell
2011: Nicholas Tan; Paul Annabell
2010: Brendan Fitzgerald; Sam Naparstek; Jess Chiu
2009: Daniel Kinsey; Sarah Zeleznikow