Student judges are a crucial part of internal competitions at the Law School – the knowledge that experienced mooters or skills competitors can pass on to fellow students is invaluable. Judging an internal competition is a great way to contribute to SULS and the student judging system is a key reason why the internal moot program produces such talented mooters.
If you have any questions, please contact our Judging Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To be eligible to judge a particular moot, a student must meet the following requirements:
Have reached the quarter finals of any internal moot, and;
Have studied the area of law that the moot is on.
Have reached the quarter finals of the moot they are applying to judge for.
(E.g. A student who reached the 2015 quarter finals of the Criminal Law moot before having studied Criminal Law could judge the 2016 Criminal Law Moot, even if they have not studied Criminal Law.)
To be eligible to judge a skills competition, the student must have previously reached the quarter finals of that competition.