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Beijing University Intellectual Property Mooting Competition

The Beijing Foreign Studies University Faculty of Law held its annual Intellectual Property Mooting Competition on the 22 and 23 May.

The Bond University team, consisting of Law students Tom Harrison and James Graham, secured third place overall against other competing international universities. The team, under Joel Butler’s guidance, performed outstandingly and only missed a place in the finals by 0.65 of 1 mark.

Due to James’ and Tom’s exceptional performance the team were awarded the following titles: Best overall Petitioner memorial; Best overall Respondent memorial; Second runner up in competition; First Outstanding oralist in competition (Tom Harrison); Outstanding oralist (James Graham). Tom also made such an impression he was called upon to give a speech on behalf of all the students competing at the closure of the competition.

The accomplishments in this competition add to the impressive list of achievements in mooting with 14 Advocacy awards received to date this year.

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