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The Oxford University Press National Mooting Competition

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

This is the go-to website for all those participating in the OUP National Mooting Competition, for those interested in getting involved, and for those who want to discover what mooting is.

2017-2018 Competition Progress

A warm welcome to the competitors of the 2017-18 season of the OUP National Mooting Competition!

We are in the first round of the competition; instructions and details of the round have been sent to the teams by email.

 Round

 Commencing

 Results due

 1

 Wednesday 11th October

 Wednesday 29th November

 2

 Friday 1st December

 Wednesday 31st January

 3

 Friday 2nd February

 Wednesday 28th March

 Semi-final

 Friday 30th March

 Wednesday 23rd May 

 Final

 Announced: Friday 25th May

 Date of final: TBC

Get in touch

If you have any questions about the OUP National Mooting Competition please send us an email to: mooting.uk@oup.com

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ExpandCloseDraw for the first round

 Appellant

 

 Respondent

Queen's University Belfast

v

University of Glasgow

University of Sunderland

v

University of Lincoln

University of Bradford

v

Manchester Metropolitan University

University of Oxford

v

University of Sussex

University of East Anglia

v

Nottingham Trent University

Aberystwyth University

v

De Montfort University

University of Chester

v

London South Bank University

University of Hertfordshire

v

City, University of London

Durham University

v

University of Cambridge

University of Kent

v

University of Law

University of Plymouth

v

University of Southampton

Sheffield Hallam University

v

Royal Holloway, University of London

King's College London

v

Queen Mary, University of London

University of Edinburgh

v

Northumbria University

University of Wolverhampton

v

University of Derby

University of Manchester

v

University of Sheffield

University of Nottingham

v

London School of Economics

Open University

v

Oxford Brookes University

University of Greenwich

v

University of Surrey

University of Leicester

v

University of Leeds

University of Salford

v

University of Dundee

Aston University

v

University of Liverpool

University of Gloucestershire

v

Greenwich School of Management

Solent University, Southampton

v

University of Exeter

Coventry University

v

Cardiff University

Bangor University

v

University College London

University of Buckingham

v

Birmingham City University

University of York

v

Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge

Birkbeck, University of London

v

University of Bristol

University of the West of England

v

University of Reading

ExpandCloseExchanging explained

Explanation of working days and deadline for exchange

A ‘working day’ is the time between 9am and 5pm on a week day. No time on either Saturday or Sunday is considered a working day.

 Day of moot Time of moot   Deadline for exchange
 Monday  Before 5pm  Wednesday 3pm
 Monday  After 5pm  Thursday 3pm
 Tuesday  Before 5pm  Thursday 3pm
 Tuesday  After 5pm  Friday 3pm
 Wednesday  Before 5pm  Friday 3pm
 Wednesday  After 5pm  Monday 3pm
 Thursday  Before 5pm  Monday 3pm
 Thursday  After 5pm  Tuesday 3pm
 Friday  Before 5pm  Tuesday 3pm
 Friday  After 5pm  Wednesday 3pm

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