Our experience at the International Rounds 2014 - by the QMUL 2014 team

The Monroe E. Price Media Law Moot Court competition was a challenging,…

A Price Mooter at the Royal Court of Justice

Kristina Cendic, the coach of the 2012/13 team from the University…

Discussing media law reforms in Serbia

  The 2012/13 team from the University of Nis, Serbia,…

The response from students who have participated in the Price Media Law Moot Court Programme has been heartwarming. For many, this was their first time traveling outside their home country, or engaging in this kind of competition. Many participants come from places where freedom of expression often faces the greatest challenges or where law has not been fully developed to effectively arbitrate. The Price Moot Court Programme provides students, and often judges, with an invaluable training tool in laws governing freedom of expression. In 2008 for example – the Moot Court’s very first year – the surprising and thrilling winning team was an all women’s team from the Islamic University of Malaysia.

Video shot and edited by © Wyatt Rockefeller

Participants of the 2010 International Rounds in Oxford

Watch the video below and hear what the participants from the 2010 International Rounds in Oxford have to say in their own words.