Applications for this competition have closed. Please check back in early 2021.

Open to all law schools in Australia and New Zealand, the Intervarsity Gender Identity + Sexuality Law Moot aims to explore both issues faced by LGBTIQ+ Australians and relevant developments in Australian law more broadly. The problem question will focus on the Sex Discrimination Act 1984 (Cth) and the tort of privacy. 

Conscious of our ability to consider not only the legal, but also the social implications of the problems we will be discussing, teams will nominate a charity dedicated to improving the lives of LGBTIQ+ people as part of the registration process. The winning team will have the prize money donated in their names to the charity which they have selected. 

Additionally, the moot will feature panel discussions by prominent members of the legal community with experience in this space, which will be open to competitors and non-competitors alike.

Find out more at the ANU website.
See the competition rules.

This year's competition will run online in October 2020. His Honour Justice Michael Kirby will be one of the judges for the final of the moot, which will be held on 13 October 2020.