National Advocacy / Mooting Competition


The UKLSA’s National Advocacy / Mooting Inter-Institutional Competition is among the largest in the world. The last National competition had over 60 Institutions registering for the competition.

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Read about the last competition (2016/2017)

Advocacy training

We also offer advocacy training opportunities. If you are interested in our training feel free to email us. Alternatively you could consider other professional advocacy training courses in London:

Goldsmiths, University of London Advocacy Courses

Kaplan Advocacy Courses


How does it work

Only one representative team for each University, generally the winning one, can enter the competition. The earlier rounds are held across the UK to avoid heavy costs for competitors. The quarter finals and generally held at the Inns of Court; semi finals at the Royal Courts of Justice; and the finals at the Supreme Court and judged by distinguished law professionals including Lady Hale, Lord Wilson and Lord Phillips. If you have any questions, please feel free to email us


2015-16-competition-mapThe 2015-16 competition

Final judged by Lord Phillips at the Supreme Court on 30 March 2016.









Previous winners

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See the winners of our previous competitions







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