One of the most prestigious and popular mooting competitions in the UK, the OUP and BPP National Mooting Competition offers undergraduate law and GDL students the opportunity to practise and perfect their advocacy skills.

And the winners are...City University London!

City University London

Congratulations to City University's Charlotte Bellamy and Raphael Gray who gave an exceptionally polished and professional performance to take home the prize. Charlotte and Raphael win £750 each, with the runners up from Queen's University Belfast taking home £350 each.

Special congratulations go to John Platts-Mills and Emily Moore from City University who competed in earlier rounds, as well as all the competitors in the final: Peter Savory and Joseph Thomas from the Open University; David Rose and Chyi Sean Chung from the University of Greenwich; and Sasha Conlon and Elspeth Venn from Queen's University Belfast. His Honour Judge Gratwicke remarked that this was the closest final in years and all of the competitors were "outstanding".

We'd like to thank all of the teams who took part this year, along with all of the judges, clerks and mooting coordinators who helped them on their way.

For more information about all of the finalists, and to read the moot problems used in this year's competition, download the programme from the final here.

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