Takes place with a fixed time and schedule
13:00 to 15:00
The Justice Project/ National Justice Museum
Have you ever wondered what steps take place as people move through the court system? Explore the different roles and how the trial process all work together to promote equal justice for all.
Discover the criminal courtroom procedures by taking an active part in a mock trial based on a real-life murder case. Differentiate between the roles and responsibilities of the people involved in the trial process and understand the appropriate courtroom demeanour whilst participating in the mock trial. Discussions will take place on the parts of a trial and the various post-trial processes and sentences. No previous knowledge or experience of law is needed to take part - in fact, this experience is perfect for beginners and those not studying for a Law degree. Resources you can use in preparation for the mock trial: Links to Podcasts: Open Court with John Burgess • A podcast on Anchor. Additional links will be provided to you once you sign up! The new moot court in the law building
In A Nutshell...
- Discover...segments of law and justice by participating in a mock trial.
- Collaborate...with students with similar interests to you.
- Challenge...yourself to a thrilling yet unique experience.
- Show leadership...and demonstrate your public speaking and problem-solving skills.
- Earn up to 25 Rise points ... which can be recognised within your degree.
13:00 to 15:00 on 23/06/22 - SB G.06 - Moot Court Room
Attend in-person session