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.

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.

The dates of the competition are to be confirmed, but the moot typically starts in late July. Students applying for the AAT Moot should note that they must be available to prepare for the moot throughout the inter-semester recess.

Applications close Monday, 7 May 2018.

Find out more from the AAT website.

If you have any questions about this competition, please email mooting@law.uq.edu.au.