The HRLA Judicial Review Moot Competition 2022,
organised by the Young Lawyers Committee
The following document forms the Moot Problem:
You are asked to prepare Grounds for Judicial Review and identify the Order you want the judge to make. Please follow all the instructions on the first page of the Moot Problem carefully before submitting.
The following are also available to support you:
- Sample structure for a ‘Statement of Facts and Grounds’
- Sample Claimant’s Skeleton Argument
- FAQ’sYour submission must be received by 6:00pm UK time on Friday, 21st October 2022 via this Google Form. Please note that you will need to sign in to Gmail in order to submit (creating a Gmail account if necessary).
To contact the HRLA Young Lawyers’ Committee: firstname.lastname@example.org
2022 Moot Timetable
Registration to take part in the Moot has now closed.
10 October 2022 – Teams confirmed and the moot problem released on the HRLA website at 6pm.
21 October 2022 – Submission deadline for the preliminary round at 6pm. You will submit a written application for permission to bring judicial review. The top 8 scoring teams will qualify to the semi-final.
28 November 2022 – Semi Final: this will take place remotely (e.g via Zoom). Your application for permission has been listed for an oral hearing. The top 2 scoring teams will qualify for the grand final.
16 December 2022 – Grand Final: this will take place at the Royal Courts of Justice in London. The winning team will be crowned the winners of the HRLA’s Annual Judicial Review Competition 2022.
We wish all entrants the very best of luck!
Please note that this timetable is an indication only and may be subject to slight changes. Thank you for your understanding.