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Student Competitions

The School of Business and Law offers the opportunity to participate in competitions at a national and international level. Students are required to utilise the skills they have acquired at university to compete against students from other institutions providing opportunities for networking, skill development and personal growth.

  • Australian Law Students Association (ALSA) The Australian Law Students Association (ALSA) Conference is held annually, and provides a forum for law students across Australia, New Zealand and Singapore to network and compete with one another in a range of events.
  • CFA Institute Research Challenge The CFA Institute Research Challenge is an annual global competition that provides participants with hands-on mentoring and intensive training in financial analysis. The challenge offers students the opportunity to engage with industry experts, compete with universities from all around the world, and gain real world experience as all competitors are held to the standard of the CFA Institute Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct.
  • Law Program Consultative Committee (lPCC) Paper The Law Program Consultative Committee Paper is open to students of Torts II and Criminal Law II. Students compete for the honour of presenting their academic paper to a gathering of the Law Program Consultative Committee on a topic of contemporary importance.
  • Law Asia The Law Asia mooting competition participants taking part in simulated court proceedings, focusing on the application of the law to a common set of evidence based assumptions in international commercial arbitration.
  • Sir Harry Gibbs National Mooting Competition The Sir Harry Gibbs National Mooting Competition is an annual event that is based in the T.C. Berne School of Law, University of Queensland. It has been run since 2001. The competition brings together universities from around Australia to test three areas of their mooting skills including; best submission, best speaker, and overall winner. The competition is based on a topical constitutional law question. The School of Business and Law conducts its own in-house competition to select the team to represent ECU at the event.
  • Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration MootThe Vis Moot is an annual mooting competition that aims to foster the study of international commercial law and arbitration for resolution of international business disputes through its application to a concrete problem of a client and to train law leaders of tomorrow in methods of alternative dispute resolution. It takes place in Vienna. The Vis Moot (East) is a sister moot to the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot that takes place in Hong Kong.
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