Mooting Competition Final to be held at the Supreme Court

Nottingham Law School's GDL Mooting Society is delighted to announce that the Final of this year’s GDL Mooting Society Competition will be held at the Supreme Court

Nottingham Law School's GDL Mooting Society is delighted to announce that the final of this year's GDL Mooting Society Competition will be held at the Supreme Court on Tuesday 19 May 2015 at 5 pm and will be judged by Lord Wilson, one of the Justices of the Supreme Court. Students will have an opportunity to undertake a tour of the Supreme Court before the final takes place and Lord Wilson has agreed to award the prizes.

GDL Mooting Society Tutor Paula Moffatt said: "This is a fantastic opportunity for this year's finalists to experience mooting at the highest level. The GDL Mooting Competition is always hard fought and the standard of mooting in the final has traditionally been excellent, so this should be a terrific event. Congratulations must go to Eleanor Davies who prepared and submitted the Society's application."

The GDL Mooting Competition is currently in progress, with round two due to take place in early February 2015. The GDL Mooting Society is run by students for students and was set up to enable GDL students to have the opportunity to moot against their peers. The current Committee members are Tom Heath (President) John Goss (Secretary) and Eleanor Davies (Treasurer), all of whom are studying on the Bar Professional Training Course at Nottingham Law School and all of whom undertook the GDL last year.

Mooting Competition Final to be held at the Supreme Court

Published on 23 December 2014
  • Category: Nottingham Law School

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