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Effective legal argument scores in Mumbai

Published: 22 February 2012

Southampton law students skilled in legal argument have taken second prize in a prestigious international contest in India. The 13th DM Harish Memorial Government Law College International Moot Court Competition involves a fictional dispute between countries, dealing with contemporary legal issues, submitted to the International Court of Justice.

Zac Rowe was named second best speaker and Jack Steer third best speaker; researcher Craig Jourdan completed Southampton’s team of third year students.

The rounds of the competition are held in the Government Law College, Mumbai with the final rounds of argument presided over by a bench of five sitting judges of the Bombay High Court.

The Southampton Law School has entered teams for this competition for the last five years, winning the best memorial on the first attempt. This is, however, the highest place achieved overall.

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