NATIONAL MOOT COURT
A flagship event of Law Tryst, National Moot Court competition simulates a court hearing, in which participants analyse a problem, research the relevant law, prepare written submissions, and present oral arguments. It is a specialised application of the art of persuasive advocacy. It can be nerve-racking and thrilling at the same time. Mooting is usually found to be intellectually rewarding and highly enjoyable It has been part of the process of training lawyers for decades and centuries and plays an important role in legal education in JCCL.
Moot Court enables students:
- to engage with and think deeply about interesting legal issues;
- to enhance their advocacy, legal research and drafting skills;
- to work as a team and learn from their peers whilst demonstrating their interest in advocacy and establishing their competence as an advocate to prospective employers.
Download Moot Court Problem here: Law Tryst 2019 – Moot Proposition