Meet Béatrice Lallemand: the person behind the organisation of the Oras Mooting Competition! Interviewer: Could you briefly introduce yourself (name, age, area of law you would like to specialize in, what you want to do in the future/ Master’s degree you want to do after the LLB)? Béatrice: Sure! I am Béatrice Lallemand, 19 years … Continue reading Oras! Mooting Competition – Béatrice’s big challenge!
The 2020/21 Essex Client International Competition is organised by the School of Law. This is an opportunity for Law students to develop new/further skills in relation to client interviewing. What is client interviewing? Law students work in teams of two in a simulated law office (on zoom). They interview and advise a “client” -a role-playing … Continue reading Essex Client Interviewing Competition
The 2020/21 Essex Mooting Competition is jointly organised by the School of Law and the Essex Law Society. The competition is open to all law undergraduates but places are limited. How to RegisterTo register a place, please send an email to email@example.com. The email should contain your name, year of study and a brief statement (up to 150 words) outlining why you want to … Continue reading Essex Mooting Competition
Oras! is a brand-new and exciting French and English Law Mooting Competition which is open to every first and second-year law students studying a double-degree of French and English Law. This Moot Court is organised by the Essex Board of the Association du Double-Diplôme Essex/France (the University of Essex French and English Law Society) in … Continue reading ORAS! – The brand-new French and English Law Mooting Competition
Bev Jackson, Director of Student Development set up a summer challenge where students participated in a series of different activities over 6 weeks. The Law Summer Challenge 2020 ran from 21 July - 31 August. It was designed to prepare students for the upcoming academic year. Students were asked to complete 3 tasks each week and upload … Continue reading The Law School Summer Challenge 2020
Sean, standing at the School's Mooting final heald at the Supreme Court. During my final year I aimed to develop myself professionally while working towards my degree. After a phone call with the Employability Development Diector in the Summer of 2019, where we dicussed some activities that the University puts on which could help. As … Continue reading Guest Student Blog: Sean Walkden talks about his placement at Support Through Court and Professional development
On Monday 16 March, we held our Mooting Competition Final at the Supreme Court in London! The best performing teams, Sean Walkden and Arthur Sutton for the appellants and Sandra Wassili and Una Haznadar for the respondents, argued a case on consumer law and protection in front of Lord Wilson. Before the competition began, the … Continue reading Our Mooting Competition Final was held at the Supreme Court!
This week, we held our Client Interviewing Competition to select the team that would represent Essex Law School at the regional competition to be held next month at London South Bank University. The competition involved students working in a team of two in a simulated law office, where they interviewed and advised a 'client' (a … Continue reading Essex’s Client Interviewing Competition!
The Student Experience team would like to say a big thank you to everyone who took part in this year’s Essex Law School mooting competition. This year over sixty students competed, resulting in Thomas Russell and Jonathan Langstone, Emma Newton and Muibudeen Obot being this years finalists. The final took place on 21 March 2019 … Continue reading Essex Law School 2019 Mooting Competition Results!
This year we asked our students to submit a photo that they've taken during their time at Essex Law School. It was open to all current School of Law students and the theme was Justice. justice just behaviour or treatment."a concern for justice, peace, and genuine respect for people" Dictionary.com We received some great … Continue reading School of Law Photography Competition 2019