Baker & McKenzie National Women’s Moot

 

FANTASTIC MOOTING OPPORTUNITY

 

 

 

This year, the Edith Cowan Student Law Society hope to enter an ECU-Sponsored all-female Mooting Team, to complete in the Baker & McKenzie National Women’s Moot.

 

The competition is open to female students of all years, both online and on campus. Realistically however, you must have completed or be completing Contract Law, Tort Law and Criminal Law to get the most out of the experience.

 

If you are interested, please attend our first meeting which will be held at:

 

2.30 pm, Monday 15 May 2017 in JO2.127.

 

The discussion at the meeting will be recorded to enable any interested online students to listen to the introductory information, and decide whether they would like to express interest.

 

This is a great opportunity to refine your analytical legal skills, and develop oral advocacy skills. One of the final year lecturers, Fiona Low, has agreed to coordinate coaching of the team.

 

The competition will be held in Sydney, so if you are selected to join the team, travelling will be necessary. While the date has not yet been fixed, it will likely be held in the last week of September 2017.

 

You will find the link here: http://www.womensmoot.com/.

 

If you are interested in participating, or have any questions or queries regarding our initial meeting, please do not hesitate to contact:

 

Femke Elferink, Head of Careers & Education on educationcareers@ecslawsociety.com ; or

 

Liz Morris, Head of Competitions on competitions@ecslawsociety.com.  

 

 

 

We look forward to meeting you next Monday!

 

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