We are pleased to announce the 9th Annual Kirby Contract Law Moot 2021 competition coming out from Covid-19 in 2020.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this year we welcome one registered team from each university.
Registration for this event is essential and social distancing must be adhered to.
Download the 2021 documents:
For more information please contact the Kirby Moot Coordinator Sue Pejic by email at [email protected].
Registration costs $850+GST per team.
- Competitor registration opens: 1 June
- Team members registration opens: 5 July
- Competitor & team members registration closes: 9 July
Established in 2010, the annual Michael Kirby Justice Oration provides a platform for leaders within our community to share their experiences, deep understanding, knowledge and reflections on issues of justice.
In 2021 the Michael Kirby Justice Oration will be presented by Emeritus Professor Rosalind Croucher AM, President, Australian Human Rights Commission on Wednesday 25 August commencing at 5.30pm. This is an invitation only event.
Victoria University's College of Law & Justice invites you to attend the 9th Annual Michael Kirby Contract Law Moot cocktail party to celebrate students' achievements in this year's competition.
The cocktail party will take place on Thursday 26 August 2021 commencing at 7pm at the City Queen Campus.
Registration is essential. Tickets are free.
|Competitor registration opens
|Competition problem released
|Clarification questions* to be submitted to [email protected]
|Team members registration opens
|Competitor & team members registration closes
|Volunteer, observer and judge registration opens
Memoranda for claimant submissions close (email [email protected] by 11.59pm)
|Memoranda for respondent submissions due (email [email protected] by 11.59pm)
|Exchange of memoranda
|RSVPs for the Cocktail party close
|Volunteer, observer and judge registration closes
|Oral hearings in Melbourne (VU’s College of Law & Justice, Queen St Melbourne)
* Clarifications should be limited to matters that have legal significance in the context of the moot problem. A request must also be accompanied with a short explanation of the significance of the clarification. Any request that does not contain such an explanation may be ignored. Only five clarification questions per team are allowed. Each question can have a maximum of one related sub-question.