The AAT Moot is conducted over five rounds at both state or territory and national level and involves fact scenarios drawn from a variety of administrative law areas including immigration and citizenship, social security, veterans’ affairs, workers’ compensation and taxation. Up to 6 students will be selected. Find out more from the AAT website.
This moot is coached by Associate Professor Peter Billings plus a student mentor.
Students are required to have successfully completed Principles of Public Law (LAWS1115) and Administrative Law (LAWS2115). Applicants may be required to ‘try-out’ for this moot.
Applications close 5pm Monday 15 May 2017.
If you have any questions about this competition, please email email@example.com.