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Internal Competitions Judging Registration - Semester 2 2018
Competitions at Sydney benefits from student judges. The advice and experiences that advocates receive from competing in competitions at all levels is passed on to students in preliminary rounds and contributes to a greater quality of competitions. SULS prides itself on the quality of the competitions it runs, and believes that keeping internal competitions in the control of students serves the interests of the student body. It is an integral part of the experience at this law school and we hope that you are able to help continue and support the competitions run by SULS.

To be eligible to judge a particular moot, a student must:

Have reached the quarter finals of any internal moot, and;
Have studied the area of law that the moot is concerned with.

OR

Have reached the quarter finals of the moot they are applying to judge for (e.g. a student who reached the 2017 quarter finals of the Public International Law Moot could judge the 2018 Public International Law Moot, even if he or she has yet to study Public International Law.)

To be eligible to judge a particular skills competition a student must have reached quarter finals of the skills competition they are applying to judge for.

If you have any questions regarding judging, please contact Emma and Benedict at judges@suls.org.au

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Degree and Year (Eg LLB II, JD II) *
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We appreciate your willingness to judge as many competitions as you are able and eligible. Please select all the competitions which you are eligible to judge (see above for information on eligibility). *
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Are you planning to compete in any internal competitions this semester? (Check all that apply - Please indicate so that we do not allocate you to judge a competition you will be participating in)
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Please indicate your qualifications to judge. *
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