This moot will play a key role in promoting students’ understanding of commercial law and advocacy and provide an opportunity to find out what mooting at university is like.

Students are required to form teams of two advocates. Teams are encouraged to have a third member in the role of researcher/instructing solicitor. Teams will be required to prepare both sides of the argument and provide written submissions to the competition organisers. 

The competition is well-supported by barristers and solicitors from Ashurst, Allens and North Quarter Lane Chambers, as well as the Indigenous Lawyers Association of Queensland. Students will have the opportunity to workshop the moot problem and network with members of other teams.

This competition is usually held at the Federal Court in late July.  Up to three students will be selected for this team.

Applications are now open. 

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Hear from past participants

Winners of the fourth annual Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students’ Moot at the Federal Court of Australia in Brisbane give advice to upcoming Law students.

Fourth-year Science/Laws student Martin Doyle talks about the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students' Moot competition which The University of Queensland won recently.