Established by the Programme in Comparative Media Law & Policy at the University of Oxford in 2008, the Price Media Law Moot Court Programme aims to foster and cultivate interest in freedom of expression issues and the role of the media and information technologies in societies around the world.
The annual Price Moot Court Competition challenges students to engage in comparative research of legal standards at the national, regional, and international levels, and to develop their arguments (in written and oral forms) on cutting-edge questions in media and ICT law. Please click here for more information.
What You Need to Know
- This is an international/freedom of expression law moot
- The Competition is currently comprised of six Regional Rounds: South Asia, Asia-Pacific, South East Europe, North East Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Americas
- The selective International Rounds are held in Oxford, gathering participants from countries as diverse as Australia, Belgium, Brazil, China, Egypt, Ethiopia, Greece, India, Lebanon, the Philippines, Serbia, Trinidad and Tobago, Ukraine, the UK, and the USA
- The Price Media Law Moot (Americas) will be held in New York City in March
- The team is comprised of four oralists and one researcher
- Interested students should apply through the upper year consolidated mooting tryouts
- Team members receive three graded credits for their participation, which will be applied in the Winter term
- Team members are required to enroll in the Appellate Advocacy Workshop and will receive two credits for their participation, which will be applied in the Fall term
- No additional credits are awarded if the team advances to the international rounds
- Team members of the Oxford Price Media Law team are expected to have completed Constitutional Law and Civil Liberties by the Fall of the year they compete