The topic for the 2019 competition was Crime: theft. This will include robbery, burglary, stealing, fraud and embezzlement but not bribery or corruption.
Changes for 2019
Assessment: there is now a zero mark option where the team does no reflection at all.
Teachers' Resources: there is now a page on the site where faculty can share roles and other information. If you would like to access this, you need to email [email protected] from your university email account and provide a password (no special requirements).
Closing date for entries: the closing date has now passed and 42 law schools have entered. We have been able to accept 39 with 4 on the waiting list.
National Training Day: 26 January 2019.
Students and staff from 36 law schools attended 3 events which were hosted by Oxford Brookes University, the University of Law (London Moorgate) and the University of Central Lancashire (Preston).
Midlands and Northern Regional
hosted by Keele University. 4 teams qualified for the finals. Full results.
Teams: Birmingham, Central
Lancashire, De Montfort, Derby, Hull, Keele, Law Manchester, Leicester, Manchester
Met, Northumbria, Nottingham Trent, Sheffield Hallam, Sunderland and Warwick.
hosted by the University of Exeter. 3 teams qualified for the
finals. Full results.
Teams: Bristol, Cardiff, Exeter, Law Birmingham, Law Moorgate, Oxford Brookes, Plymouth, Reading, South Wales, Swansea, West of England and Winchester.
London and South East Regional
hosted by the University of Kent. 3 teams qualified for the finals. Full results.
Teams: Brighton, East Anglia, Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent, Kingston, Middlesex, Royal Holloway, London South Bank, Sussex, UCL and Westminster.