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Mooting Competition

About mooting at UC

Read about the achievements of the UC Vis Moot teams here

The UC School of Law & Justice students have a wide range of opportunities to apply the knowledge they receive not only in classes using practice-oriented teaching, but also by participating to mooting competitions.

In addition to the mooting activities organized by the ISAACS Law Society, students can also enrol to a 3 cdp Mooting law elective (units 8685 & 8686PG). The unit, convened by Dr Dalma Demeter, currently prepares a small team to represent the university at the Willem C. Vis (East) International Commercial Arbitration Moot Court Competition in Hong Kong - the world's most prestigious international trade law competition. (Subject to interest and funding, the unit may target other high-profile international competitions as well.)

Participating to the Vis Moot is an excellent opportunity for law students to test their theoretical education in practice in a prestigious context, involving the greatest names of the profession. The moot involves a hypothetical but thoroughly practical dispute in international trade between private parties from two imaginary countries, to be solved by arbitration. Preparations last for six months and require a high level of commitment, but the challenge ensures a unique experience, boosting the participants' academic and professional skills and a personal growth that no other law subject can provide.  

The unit is not available for self-enrolment and pre-requisits apply. Conditions of participation are detailed in the unit outline (accessible with UC login) and are also available from the unit convenor.

If you are interested to participate, assist with coaching or sponsor the UC team, send an email to