The UQLS runs a series of competitions throughout the year which encourage students to develop their practical legal skills, with a focus on oral advocacy and alternative dispute resolution. Participating in the competitions is a great way to get to know your fellow law students, learn about the practical side of the law and to develop your legal research skills. If you have a question about UQLS Competitions, send an email to the friendly Competitions team: competitions @uqls.com
The College of Law Witness Examination Grand Finals are on this Wednesday 22nd May at 7pm. Come watch Mr Alexander Forrester face off against Mr Joshua McGeechan.
UQ may enter up to three teams with three spots available on each team (two advocates and a solicitor) and the School of Law is aiming to win the title for the third consecutive year.
Apply now! There are four places available on the team to represent UQ and defend the title won in 2012.