Landmark Chambers holds an annual Property Law Mooting Competition, which provides students who are particularly interested in property law with an opportunity to develop their understanding of the subject and to gain some insight into the realities of practice through meeting members of Chambers’ property law team.
The competition comprises of a number of “knock out” rounds followed by a Grand Final. The two individual competitors who obtain the highest scores in the Final will each be awarded £500 and the opportunity to undertake a mini-pupillage in Chambers.
Property Law Mooting Competition 2017/2018
We are delighted to announce that, following the success of the past three years, we will be running the Landmark Chambers Property Moot for undergraduate law students for the fourth consecutive year.
We endeavour to give every student that enters the moot an opportunity not only to practice their advocacy, but also to meet a group of our members and hear more from us about life at Landmark and at the Property Bar. We will therefore be running the first round at Landmark Chambers on a Saturday in early November, between 11:00 and 17:00. In addition to the moots that will inevitably take place, the day will consist of a variety of talks and/or workshops run by our members. We will also be providing lunch and holding a drinks reception at the end of the day, to which all of our competitors will be invited.
All moot problems will be property-based and the final will be judged in London by senior members of Landmark’s Property Team and/or the judiciary. We are aware that there are some areas of a property practice which remain wholly unfamiliar to undergraduate students, and we shall be mindful of this when setting the moot problems.
If you'd like to register your interest in participating in the 2017/2018, which will begin in November 2017, please email email@example.com Please note that Landmark Chambers will only accept one team per University and would therefore prefer to be contacted by a member of faculty or the person responsible for the organisation of external moots.
Property Law Mooting Competition 2016/2017
Our property team would like to thank all of the competitors for taking part and making the 2016/2017 competition a success –
City University London
Kings College London
London School of Economics
London South Bank University
Queen Mary University of London
The Open University
University of Cambridge (Winner: Ella Vacani)
University College London
University of Exeter
University of Kent
University of Lancaster
University of Leeds
University of Leicester
University of Lincoln
University of Northumbria
University of Nottingham
University of Oxford
University of Southampton
University of Surrey
University of Sussex
University of Warwick
University of Westminster
University of York (Winner: Adam Walton)
"Landmark Chambers’ Property Moot has proved to be a thoroughly enjoyable and educational experience from the first round through to the Grand Final. Taking part in the competition has allowed me to learn about Landmark Chambers and the types of work that its members undertake. I have also had the chance to argue interesting and new areas of law, make new friends and contacts, and was lucky enough to moot in the Royal Courts of Justice before Mr Justice Holgate.” (Adam Walton, Winner, 2016/2017)
Property Law Mooting Competition 2015/2016
The winners of the Property Law Mooting Competition 2015/2016 were Mattie Green (University of Cambridge) and James Mitchell (University of Cambridge).
"The final was a challenging but extremely rewarding experience, and everyone from Landmark who attended endeavoured to and succeeded in making it a very memorable evening. Everyone at Landmark Chambers were welcoming, full of encouragement and happy to advise - whether that be on mooting skills or life at the bar." (James Mitchell, Winner, 2015/2016)
Property Law Mooting Competition 2014/2015
The winners of the Property Law Mooting Competition 2014/2015 were Fareed Anees (University of Southampton) and Imogen Dodds (University of Cambridge).
"Thank you so much for the opportunity to participate in such a great competition. I learnt a lot, both from the judges in my three rounds and the other participants. Chambers was incredibly generous and the evening of the final was great fun!" (Imogen Dodds, Winner, 2014/2015)