Your gift in action
- Jeremy prepares for Xtreme Everest expedition
- Innovation at the Institute of Making
- Louise's story - Impact Studentship
- Two ‘Lucky Dogs’: From a five minute film to a four month adventure
- Alumni giving supports rising sports stars
- Celebrating student support
- Hosting our first Paralympic Sports Taster Day thanks to your support!
- Redevelopment of Lewis's Building supported by alumni and friends
- Galton's Kantsaywhere
- Helping to rebuild Haiti
- Grant Museum of Zoology becomes 21st century ‘museum laboratory’
- UCL Laws mooting teams able to attend prestigious competitions
- Alumni and friends help UCL research healthier cities
- UCL alumni: the lifeline that helped me reach my potential
- Supporting women's health and international development in Malawi
- Helping communities in Peru to construct their future
- UCL alumni and friends raising the bar
- New uses for old spaces
- "I am so grateful"
- Enhancing the student experience
- Help a student with financial concerns
UCL Laws mooting teams able to attend prestigious competitions
27 January 2011
It has been another busy and successful year of mooting which has been supported directly by alumni gifts made in 2011-2012 to the UCL Faculty of Laws.
The Faculty places a great deal
of emphasis on mooting, giving their students the opportunity to combine their
academic studies with what it is like to be a real lawyer.
The moots are organised by the UCL Student Law Society's Mooting Officers. The competitions are both internal and external, i.e against other UCL law students and against students from other colleges.
Alumni donations have greatly helped those students involved in the moots, at both undergraduate and graduate levels, in particular with the cost of travel to these prestigious competitions. This crucial support has enabled UCL Laws to enter teams in a wide range of international and national competitions, such as the Jessup international law moot, the Vis arbitration moot, the European Court of Human Rights moot and the Oxford intellectual property moot.