17th February 2005
LAW STUDENTS CELEBRATE MOOTING TRIUMPH
Two students from the Lincoln Law Society will travel to
The students competing in ‘mooting’ - mock courtroom trials between teams of student lawyers who argue points of law in front of a judge – have chalked up a record number of wins.
Mooting is practised by all Law students at the university as part of their first-year studies in the degree’s legal skills unit, with those demonstrating particular skill or interest having the opportunity to compete as a representative of the university.
mooting teams, a collection of Law students in their first and second year of
study, have so far beaten the
Emily Marshall and Jessica Mack will
now go on to compete against
students have provided an excellent performance to do so well in recent mooting
competitions and I am hopeful that they can go further in the semi-finals held
hopeful that one of this year’s national winners will be from the
mooting officer Andrew Nickerson is also pleased with the team’s efforts.
“Our success is unprecedented in the history of the university and has
taken a lot of effort from individuals and the team to accomplish,” he said.
Matt Cross, Assistant Press Officer
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