Ready, set, MOOT!

A very warm welcome to all teams taking part in the OUP and BPP National Mooting Competition 2013-2014.

Round four, or the semi-final round, is now underway. Eight teams, from a starting line-up of more than seventy-four law schools, remain.

Full details of this round, including the draw, the instructions for teams participating, guidance notes for judges and clerks, 'exchanging' explained, and the moot problem especially written for the round, can be found here.

Mooting champions 2012-2013

The OUP and BPP National Mooting Competition 2012-2013 was won by the Manchester Metropolitan University team, who fought off stiff competition from the other finalists representing City University, the University of Lincoln and the University of Leicester. The full report from the final, which took place at BPP Law School, Holborn, London on Thursday the 27th June 2013 can be found here.

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Mooting Competition 2013-2014

Round three 2013-2014
Full instructions for round three of the competition, including 'exchanging' explained.

Essential Reading

Essential reading for mooters
Stay one step ahead with these top skills textbooks from Oxford.


What is mooting?
All you need to know, including how to prepare for and how to organise a moot.


Rules of the competition
These rules form the basis for the OUP and BPP National Mooting Competition.

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