Semester Two Competitions General Information


Upcoming Competitions Events

1.     Registration open for participants and judges for Semester 2 Boot Camp.

This semester, SULS is bringing back its popular Boot Camp for Semester 2. The aim is to provide novice competitors with all the skills and information they need to tackle all Internal Competitions for the semester - Mooting and Witness Examination. Experienced competitors will also be able to practice their judging skills in a friendly environment.

Students are welcome to sign up on their own or in a pair. To register as a participant, click here. To register as a judge, click here.

Boot Camp will take place on Saturday,11 August 2018 from 9.45am to 3.30pm. Lunch will be provided.


2. Sign up to compete in Semester 2.

Registration is now open for the Semester 2 internal competitions! Registration will close at midnight on Thursday 9 August and no late applications will be accepted. To sign up for each of the competitions, please click on the following links:

All preliminary rounds are held in Weeks 4 and 5.

Sign up for the First Year Torts Moot here.

  • This Moot has Three Preliminary Rounds, held in Weeks 4, 5 and 6.

  • Semi-Finals are in Week 9.

  • Grand Final is in Week 11.

Sign up for the Herbert Smith Freehills Contract Law Moot here.

  • Quarter-Finals are in Week 7.

  • Semi-Finals are in Week 10.

  • Grand Final is in Week 12.

Sign up for the Criminal Law Moot here.

  • Quarter-Finals are in Week 7.

  • Semi-Finals are in Week 10.

  • Grand Final is in Week 12.

Sign up for the King and Wood Mallesons Witness Examination Competition here.

  • Quarter-Finals are in Week 7.

  • Semi-Finals are in Week 9.

  • Grand Final is in Week 11.


3. Registration open for Semester 2 judges.

Each year the Competitions Program would not be possible without the help of a small army of volunteer student judges.

  • To be eligible to judge a particular moot, a student must:

  • Have reached the quarter finals of any internal moot, and;

  • Have studied the area of law that the moot is concerned with.


  • Have reached the quarter-finals of the moot they are applying to judge for (e.g. a student who reached the 2017 quarter finals of the Public International Law Moot could judge the 2018 Public International Law Moot, even if he or she has yet to study Public International Law.)

To be eligible to judge a particular skills competition a student must have reached quarter finals of the skills competition they are applying to judge for.

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 9 August 2018 at 5:00pm. To apply, please click here.

Competitions Handbook 


The Competitions Handbook 2018 is the best source of information for all competitions run by SULS.

The guide includes:

-       A Calendar for Upcoming Events

-       An Outline of the Competitions for 2018

-       A Guide to the Fundamentals of Mooting, Client Interviewing, Negotiations and Witness Examination

-       Top Tips from Previous Winners!

-       Sample Written Submissions for Mooting

-       The 2018 “What Competition is for You”Questionnaire!

Hard copies will be available for pick up from the SULS Office, any time from 10am-2pm, Monday through Thursday after Week 3/4.










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 individual competition on the relevant page.

Please contact us with any general questions at