1 year ago

When:
21 March, 2017

Location:
University of Newcastle Law Students' Association

Organised by:
Law Students Association


Have you ever dreamed of standing up in court screaming “I object!” or convincing a witness that he really “can’t handle the truth!”? Then here’s your chance! Wit-Ex is a courtroom style examination of a witness where competitors act as legal counsel advocating for the interests of their client. It occurs in a mock-court setting in front of one or more judges and is centred around the rules of evidence and legal practice. Don’t let that scare you though! No prior knowledge of evidence law is required; you have nothing to lose and EVERYTHING to gain!

The UNLSA is running Witness Examination this year for current members undertaking their THIRD year of law school and above, and ALL JD students. Register at https://goo.gl/YBUaZe today!

Preliminary Rounds commence Tuesday 21st March (Week 4) and run on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at University House, King St Newcastle. For further information, visit http://unlsa.com/competitions/ or contact Alice Wilk & Hayden Rudd, Directors of Competitions (Advocacy), at advocacy@unlsa.com!