The 2024 Competition

After our successful 2023 competition, we again ran a hybrid competition which combines the advantages of an online competition with those of an in person one. 32 teams took part.

There was an in-person regionals hosted by the University of Law London on 17th February 2024 and an online regional on 16th February. Congratulations to the 12 teams that qualified for the finals. They were: Bangor, Birmingham, Coventry, Law (Online), Nottingham Trent, Oxford Brookes, Reading, Exeter, Sheffield, South Wales, Sussex and Swansea.

Full results are here:



The in-person finals were hosted by Birmingham University at The Exchange on 9th March 2024. A big thank you to Audrey and Angela at Birmingham and to all our wonderful judges and clients.

Congratulation to Lexie Stewart and Sara Wideman from Swansea University on winning the competition. Kaye Hayes and Millie Thompson from Bangor University were runners up with Joe Regan and Carolyn Lemens from the University of Sussex ranked third. Swansea will be representing Wales in the International Competition in Lublin, Poland in April. Sussex will be representing England. Photos can be found via this link.

Full results are here

The topic for this year’s competition was serious crime (ie as opposed to petty or minor crimes).  For teams that reached the finals, one of the scenarios included elements of International Humanitarian Law, the topic for the 2024 International Competition.

Additional materials are available in our Teachers Resources section. Please get in touch if you are a faculty member and do not yet have access.

Please check out our rules about entering and taking part as there have been some changes this year,

The 2024 International Competition

 The 2024 international competition will be hosted by the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin in Poland from 10-13th April 2024.  For more information please go to the competition website.