2017 Competition

A wonderful competition in Canterbury

The 2017 International Competition was held in Canterbury, England and hosted by the University of Kent on their lovely campus above the city. Despite serious difficulties obtaining visas, students and faculty from 20 countries made friends and shared their cultures over 4 days. The final round saw teams from the 3 Celtic nations -Scotland, Ireland and Northern Ireland- interviewing a client in dispute with their downstairs neighbour. A final judging panel including Forrest S. Mosten and Joe Egan, Vice President of the Law Society of England & Wales, adjudged Neil Nolan and Conor Cawley from the Law Society of Ireland winners ahead of Hannah McGrath and Roisin Higgins from Institute of Professional Legal Studies, Belfast and Jennifer Baird and Euan Thompson from Aberdeen University, Scotland.

2017 Competition website