All rounds of the competition will be judged by distinguished members of the bench and bar.
This article aims to provide a useful guide for successful moot court competition preparation which may give aspirants a more confident start.
Lectures are available in video and audio formats.
Then, the competition director will randomly assign teams to argue either on-brief or off-brief for future rounds.
Individually, the placements were as follows: Best Oralist: Nancy Parilla, first runner-up was Aisha Khemani, second place was Ronit Totwani, third place was Bry-Nice Berley, fourth place went to Alani Arnold, and fifth to Una Alexander.
The case or problem is often one of current interest, sometimes mimicking an actual case, and sometimes fabricated to address difficult legal issues.