The 4th Monroe Price International Moot Court Competition on Freedom of Expression and Media Law is being held at Oxford University from March 30 – April 2. It is being organized by Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy, at the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies.

It will be an exciting opportunity to meet leading academicians in this field, lawyers from media groups such as the BBC, News Corp, organizations like Article 19, the International Media Lawyers Association, Justice and a host of law firms.

Argued before an imaginary Universal Court of Human Rights based on the UDHR, the Monroe Price International Moot Court Competition focuses on free speech, and media rights in developing countries. This year’s problem bridges issues of technology, content and regulation to expose students to cutting-edge areas of media law.

We are proud of the diversity we have been able to achieve in the countries being represented this year. The 28 teams at this year's competition include teams from China, Pakistan, Bangladesh, UAE, India, Nigeria, Kenya, Georgia etc.