Semester Two Competitions General Information
A. Sign up to compete in Semester 2!
Registration is now open for the Semester 2 internal competitions! Registration will close on Wednesday 3 August and no late applications will be accepted. To sign up for each of the competitions, please click on the following links:
Sign up for the Herbert Smith Freehills Contract Law Moot here.
Sign up for the Criminal Law Moot here.
Sign up for Witness Examination here .
Sign up for the Lander & Rogers First Year Moot here.
B. Registration open for Semester 2 judges
To sign up as a judge for any of SULS’ internal competitions listed above, please click here.
C. Applications open for internal competitions conveners
Applications are now open for the conveners of the SULS internal competitions for Semester 2. Applications are only open until Sunday 31 July. To apply, please click here.
D. Registration open for participants and judges for Mooting Boot Camp!
This semester, SULS is running Mooting Boot Camp - a one-day crash course that will teach you how to moot! It is ideal for students who are interested in participating in mooting this year or next and either haven't competed before, or would like to improve their skills. Boot Camp will run from 9.45am - 3.00pm on Saturday 13 August 2016.
In the morning, there will be a demonstration moot followed by two short introductory sessions run by experienced competitors, in order to learn about different aspects of mooting. In the afternoon, participants will practice what they have learnt in a short practice round.
Sign-up will be open until Tuesday 9th August. Please click here for more information and to sign up.
To make Boot Camp possible, we also require experienced mooters and judges to sign up to judge on the day. Judges will be required at 1.30pm and will be judging one moot each. For more information and to sign up please click here.
E. Applications for the subcommittee of the Baker & McKenzie National Women’s Moot
To apply, you must be a currently-enrolled law student in the Sydney Law School and identify as a woman. Applicants must be available for the entire mid-semester break week (23 September to 3 October 2016) and must be willing to put in a large amount of time and effort into the organisation process. Please note that the successful applicants will not be able to compete in the competition as well as organising it.
For more information and to apply click here.
Information for all participants
The Competitions Handbook 2016 is the best source of information for all competitions run by SULS. Hard copies can be picked up from the SULS Office, any time from 10am-2pm, Monday through Thursday. Otherwise, you can download an electronic version here.
Example Written Submissions (Mooting)
If you have any questions regarding a specific competition, please contact the convenors for that competition. These contact details can be by found under each indivual competition on the relevant page.
Please contact us with any general questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.