Sir Harry Gibbs Constitutional Law Moot 2020

Melbourne University Law Students’ Society (‘MULSS’), in collaboration with the Australian Association of Constitutional Law (‘AACL’) and the Australian Government Solicitor (‘AGS’), will be hosting the 2019 Sir Harry Gibbs Constitutional Law Moot. This high calibre moot brings together Australia’s best constitutional law mooters to compete in Melbourne.

The competition is structured as a four round-robin moot, followed by three knockout finals rounds. There will be a $1,500 prize for the winning team and a $500 prize for the second placed team. There will also be a cocktail party and a gala dinner for all competitors.

All moots, other than the Grand Final, will be held at Melbourne Law School. The Grand Final is hosted at the Federal Court in Melbourne.

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Winners Bodhi Shribman-Dellman, Zoe Brown and Tyrone Connell (the University of Melbourne) with their coach, Christopher Tran.
Pictured (left to right): Teagan Matthews (Runner Up), the Hon Professor Marilyn Warren AC QC, the Hon Justice Patrick Keane AC, Tyrone Connell (Winner and Best Oralist), Zoe Brown (Winner), Bodhi Shribman-Dellman (Winner), Matthew Hickey (Runner Up), the Hon Justice Richard Niall QC and Giulia Marrama (Runner Up).

Congratulations to Zoe Brown, Tyrone Connell and Bodhi Shribman-Dellman from the University of Melbourne for winning the 2019 Sir Harry Gibbs Constitutional Law Moot. Congratulations to Matthew Hickey, Giulia Marrama and Teagan Matthews from Queensland University of Technology, who were the runner up of the competition.

The Best Oralist of the Grand Final was awarded to Tyrone Connell (University of Melbourne).

Best Plaintiff Written Memorandum was awarded to Queensland University of Technology. Best Defendant Written Memorandum was awarded to the University of Melbourne. The Best Oralist of the Preliminary Rounds was Olivia Everett of University of Western Australia.

Thank you to all those who participated.