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2017 MULS Competitions - Judge Applications (Semester 2)
Thank you for registering your interest in adjudicating MULS Competitions for Semester 2.

There are several competitions that we are offering to students in second semester, these include:
- Foundations Moot
- Novice Moot
- Negotiations
- Witness Examination
- Junior Client Interview
- Paper Presentation.

Each competition has three preliminary rounds which will occur fortnightly over August, September and October.

A guide to specific times of competitions is as follows (further availability survey will be issued to attain specific date availability of judges for competitions. This form is simply an expression of interest.)

Foundations Moot: Thursday and Friday evenings
Novice Moot: Monday and Wednesday evenings
Negotiations: Tuesday and Thursday evenings
Witness Examination: Tuesday and Wednesday evenings
Junior Client Interview: Monday and Wednesday evenings
Paper Presentation:

Macquarie University law students are at the forefront of the competitions field, being the first and only university to have won all 6 competitions at the ALSA conference. We hope that with your expertise you can provide our competitors with feedback and assistance that will prepare them to continue to compete at such a high standard at the ALSA conference in 2018 and in future years.

We are extremely grateful for your time and assistance. We look forward to receiving your support, without which our competitions would not be of such high calibre.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me directly.

Samantha Marshall

Director (Competitions)
competitions@muls.org

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Locations
The main Macquarie University campus is located at North Ryde. Rounds will take place in either the Moot Court or the Blackshield room. Occasionally, judges request that competitions are held at their own offices for convenience. This is something that competitors love to do, and is often mutually beneficial for both students and judges, however there is no guarantee that competitors may be able to make a city location for the duration of the competition.
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