The AAT has been a longstanding leader in the use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) processes. The competition provides participating students with a realistic experience of the AAT’s conciliation model. The Tribunal will provide highly experienced members and conference registrars to facilitate and the negotiations and provide feedback to students. Find out more from the AAT website.

This team will be mentored by academic staff, practitioners and senior mooting students.

The dates of the preliminary round of the competition are from 7 to 9 May, with the grand final to be held on 31 May. 

Applications are now closed.