The 2013 City Law School Moot for Part-time Students has been won by Nick Scott (right), shown receiving the trophy from the Moot Judge, His Hon Judge Michael Hopmeier (left). The Finals took place on Friday 10th May, and all contestants are to be congratulated on their performances.
The Runner-up was Joel Wallace, and the other worthy competitors, Jamila Bernard-Stevens and Max Archer, achieved a high standard all round.
It is excellent to see the work and achievement of these dedicated postgraduate students produce such polished performances.
We extend our warmest thanks to our very learned Moot Judge, who made the proceedings both realistic and fun.
We are kindly sponsored by
The Incorporated Council of Law Reporting, whose prize is: a year’s free subscription to the whole ICLR database for the winner, and a year’s free subscription to the WLR via the database for the runner-up; and
Oxford University Press who offer to the winner one copy of either Blackstone’s Criminal Practice or Blackstone’s Civil Practice.
In addition, the winner will receive £500 from the City Law School.