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BA Mallal Moot

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Announcements

B.A. Mallal Moot 2018 Finals 
12 October 2018, Friday, 6.30-9.30pm
NUS Faculty of Law, Level 1, Moot Court 
Key Dates

Launch Event                15 Aug 2018

Registration Closes      23 Aug 2018     

Memo Submission         7 Sep 2018

Preliminaries                 15 Sep 2018

Quarter-Finals               22 Sep 2018

Semi-Finals                     2 Oct 2018

Finals                             12 Oct 2018

Registration

Register for the moot here.

Registration closes on 23 Aug 2018. For queries, please contact mallal@nusmooting.com

Competition Rules

Please note that all participants must duly comply with all competition rules that can be found here

Memo Template

Please click here for the memo template.

Questions and clarifications can be found here. 

About the Moot

The B.A. Mallal Moot is one of Singapore’s oldest and most prestigious mooting competitions organized by the NUS Law Mooting and Debating Club (MDC) and kindly sponsored by Allen & Gledhill LLP. The moot problem this year focuses on appellate advocacy. 

Prizes

Champion:                  $1500

Runner up:                  $750

Finalist:                        $250

Best Memorial:           $250

All semi-finalists will be awarded Allen & Gledhill internships.

2018 Moot Problem

The Preliminaries moot problem can be found here.

The Semi-Finals and Finals moot problem can be found here.

Past Moots

To find out more about previous editions of the B.A. Mallal Moot, please click here. Read more about the B.A. Mallal Moot Grand Finals 2017 here

About Allen & Gledhill

Allen & Gledhill is an award-winning full-service commercial law firm which provides legal services to a wide range of premier clients, including local and multinational corporations and financial institutions. It is currently one of the largest law firms in Singapore with over 300 lawyers.

MDC would like to thank Allen & Gledhill LLP for their generous sponsorship of the moot, without which the event would not be possible.