The Legal Research and Mooting Skills Programme is designed to help new law students learn about the structure of legal resources and how to use them efficiently. Successful completion of all aspects of the programme is essential for all FHS Jurisprudence students (including senior status students).

To pass the Mooting Skills component, first year undergraduates and senior status students must attend an introductory lecture and a mooting research class, submit lists of authorities and skeleton arguments and take part in a moot. Each student in a winning team wins a point for his or her College.

This mooting programme takes place in Trinity Term.

For further details, contact Kate Jackson at

  • This competition is open to undergraduate students