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Yesterday, the grand final of Landmark Chambers’ eighth annual Property Law Moot competition took place in-person, at the Royal Court of Justice with HH Judge Dight CBE presiding. We commend all of the competitors for their hard work and effort throughout the competition.

We would like to congratulate the two winning competitors, Henry Fahrenkamp (University of Oxford) and James Piercy (University of Nottingham).

The judge, finalists and Landmark’s Joint Head of Chambers and Deputy Chair of the Property group, pictured from left to right: Myriam Stacey QC (Deputy Chair of Landmark Chambers’ Property group), Yun Kei Chow (University of Oxford), Henry Fahrenkamp (University of Oxford), HH Judge Dight CBE, James Piercy (University of Nottingham), Jakub Mikulski (University of Nottingham) and David Holland QC (Joint Head of Landmark Chambers).

Commenting on yesterday’s final David Holland QC and Myriam Stacey QC said:

“Congratulations to the winners of the final of this year’s Landmark Chambers’ Property Moot. We would like to thank all of the competitors for their hard work and effort throughout the competition. We are constantly impressed by the standard of work and this year was no exception. We hope that everyone who competed enjoyed and benefited from their participation and that they take away from it that practice at the property Bar is a rewarding and stimulating career. Finally we would also like to thank HH Judge Dight CBE who judged the final round again this year. As an introduction to courtroom advocacy, our students could not have had a better, kinder and more learned Judge.”
David Holland QC

“Congratulations to all of this year’s finalists and very well done to everyone who took part. It was an extremely competitive process and the quality of the advocacy across the board was most impressive.   We are also incredibly grateful to HH Judge Dight CBE for generously presiding over our grand final and we look forward to another excellent competition next year.”
Myriam Stacey QC

Landmark’s Property Team would like to thank all 28 Universities for taking part and making the competition a success.

If you would like to register your interest in participating in the Landmark Chambers Property Law Moot Competition 2022/2023, please email: propertymoot@landmarkchambers.co.uk. 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.

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