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Electronic moot court

Our new showcase e-courtroom replicates the latest technology used in the courts of Australia. The courtroom is fully equipped with electronic evidence management systems, video conferencing facilities, wireless networking and video streaming.

With the newer ‘paperless courtrooms’ being introduced, evidence can be presented in a range of electronic formats and displayed on a series of large plasma screens set around the room. Bond University ensures that processes and facilities replicate actual courtrooms.

The combination of video conferencing and wireless technology also allows for external and international networking. The networking presents the opportunity to accommodate e-moot competitions involving teams from every corner of the globe participating in their electronic moot courts.

All students can use this 21st century facility throughout the duration of their studies. Providing Bond Law graduates the opportunity to walk into any courtroom in Australia, and be fully conversant with the technologies and systems employed.

Ancillary moot courts

An additional medium-sized moot court and two smaller moot courts are available for practice, preparation and presentations. These facilities are also equipped with the latest courtroom and teaching technologies to support students throughout their studies.