UNSW Law Skills and Mooting Competition

UNSW Law Skills and Mooting Competition

The UNSW Law Skills and Mooting Competition allows students to gain exposure in competing and enhancing their practical legal skills and critical analysis of negotiations, client interviewing, witness examinations and mediation.

Responsibilities 

  • Volunteers participate at competitions as a client, assisting the Skills and Mooting portfolio with external competitions and media exposure. 
  • Student Judges use their experience to give competitors feedback and ways to improve their practical legal skills.

Positions

  • Student Judge and Volunteer
  • Student Judge
  • Volunteer

How to get involved

Expressions of interest can be submitted via here. Please note this opportunity is available to students of UNSW Law only.

Training

The UNSW Law Society runs a training workshop at the beginning of each year. Additional resources are provided to Judges and Volunteers.

Duration

  • Terms 1, 2 and 3 - Weeks 1-9
  • 2 hours per week
  • Total of 20 hours commitment.

Accreditation

Availability of activity

Semester - weekdays

Type of activity

Clubs & societies, Competitions, Peer tutoring & mentoring

Provider of activity

UNSW Law

Interest area

Tutoring & mentoring

Skills required and/or developed

Academic & scholarly skills, Critical & analytical thinking, Interpersonal & communication, Leadership, Organisational & time management, Team work & networking, Writing & editing


Contacts and more information

Provider

UNSW Law

Contact

Leon Delnawaz - VP Skills, UNSW Law Society

Website

https://www.unswlawsoc.orgĀ 

Email

skills@unswlawsoc.org 

For more information about co-curricular activities see UNSW Advantage.