The finals scehduled for 14th March were cancelled due to the Covid-19 virus. We are now planning to complete this year's competition online. For the 12 finalists, there will be semi-final rounds on 7th September followed by a final round on 10th September.
The 2020 Competition scenarios introduced more client “personality” issues to test teams’ non-legal skills. This reflects the types of situations faced in the international competition, as agreed at the 2019 AGM.
Topic: The law topic was Damage to Property (Civil Law). This includes nuisance, negligence and trespass but excludes Landlord and Tenant Law.
The Regionals Congratulations to the 12 teams qualifying for the finals from the 3 regionals on 15th February: Brighton, Cardiff, Exeter, Hull, Kent, Liverpool Hope, London Southbank, Nottingham Trent, Oxford Brookes, Plymouth, Sheffield Hallam and Sussex. Full results
South West Regional: hosted by the University of South Wales in Cardiff. Teams taking part: Birmingham, Cardiff, Exeter, Oxford Brookes, Plymouth, Reading, South Wales, Swansea, West of England, Westminster, Worcester, Winchester.
Southern Regional: hosted by London South Bank University. Teams taking part: Brighton, East Anglia, Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent, Law Moorgate, Middlesex, Royal Holloway, South Bank, Sussex, UCL Warwick.
Northern Regional: hosted by Sunderland University. Teams taking part: Central Lancashire, De Montfort, Hull, Leicester, Liverpool Hope, Manchester Met, Newcastle, Nottingham Trent, Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam, Sunderland.
The Finals were scheduled to be hosted by UCL on 14th March but were cancelled due to the covid-19 pandemic.
The International Competition was scheduled for April 2020 to be hosted by Stetson University College of Law, Tampa, Florida but was also sadly cancelled.. Info at https://www.stetson.edu/law/academics/advocacy/home/iccc.php