The fourth Monroe E. Price International Media Law Moot Court Competition took place from 30 March – 2 April 2011.  The Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy welcomed 26 teams from 19 countries to Oxford to argue a case that revolved around issues of filtering of content on the internet, national security, and privacy.  Countries represented included China, Ukraine, Nigeria, Kenya, India, Singapore, Jordan, Pakistan, Georgia, and Korea, among others.  The final, held in the Oxford Town Hall, was a closely fought match between the University of Belgrade, Serbia, and the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, USA, with Belgrade emerging as the winners.

The bench for the finals was chaired by Judge Nina Vajic (European Court of Human Rights) and comprised Justice Michael Tugendhat (High Court of England and Wales), Professor Timothy Endicott (Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford), Gavin Millar QC (Doughty Street Chambers),  Peter Rees QC (Head of Legal at Shell International BV) and Harjinder Obhi (Google's Senior Litigation Counsel for Europe, Middle East and Africa).

The moot court was accompanied by a series of lectures that included Jennifer Robinson (Finers, Stephens and Innocent) discussing Wikileaks; Professor Monroe E. Price (University of Pennsylvania) on Media and Conflict in the Middle East; and Ben Spagnolo (Oxford) led a mooting master class for a delegation of observers from Qatar.

The event was generously sponsored by AZB & Partners (Delhi) and Shell International, with further support being given by Google India and Oxford University Press.