Organised by the Programme in Comparative Media Law & Policy, the Price Media Law Moot Court Programme began in 2008 as a single Moot Court Competition held at Oxford University to foster an interest in media law, communication technologies and freedom of expression issues. Since then, the Price Moot Court Programme has increased in size and geographical diversity, and is now hosting rounds in different regions around the world. With each new moot court, the Programme increases in scope, nurturing comparative research and building a global network of media lawyers and research partners.
Fostering young media defenders through a series of national, regional, and international moot court competitions.
Preparing for the Moot
Detailed written and video guides plus links to resources to help students master the skills necessary to excel in the Price Moot.
Building a global network of students, lawyers and research partners focused on media law.
Research & Workshops
Raising the profile of freedom of expression by nurturing research and workshops on media policy.
Profile of a Winning Team
In March 2011, PCMLP welcomed 26 teams from 19 countries to participate in the Price Media Law Moot Court’s 4th annual International Rounds in Oxford. The response from students, who have participated in previous competitions of the Price Media Law Moot Court Programme, has been heartwarming. In the end, it was a novice team from the University of Belgrade with little prior experience in media law that took home the top prize. Watch the Belgrade team's inspiring story and other testimonials here ».