Oxford IP Moot Selections
2 October, 2016
UNSW Law Society
The Oxford IP Moot is a prestigious international mooting competition held by the University of Oxford at the Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre. Participants will enter the competition by preparing two written submissions of 3000 words each. Participation in the oral rounds is by invitation only. If the UNSW team is invited, registration fees will be paid in full and a subsidy will be provided for flights and accommodation (the team will be allocated $3,000 in total to cover registration and subsidies for flights and accommodation).
LawSoc will select a team of three members to compete in the 2016 Competition.
It is not necessary for applicants to have already studied an intellectual property subject, but any such knowledge will be taken into account during the selection process.
The key dates for this competition are as follows:
Applications open on Wednesday 21 September.
Applications close on Sunday 2 October at midnight.
Applicants will be informed of results by 5 October.
Problem question released on TBA, likely in the next few weeks.
Written submissions due by early December.
The competition will be held between 16 March - 18 March 2017 at Oxford University.
If you have any questions about the moot or the application, please contact the External Mooting Director, Chris Chiam at firstname.lastname@example.org.