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Bond Law makes semi-finals of LexisNexis Constitutional Law Moot

The annual LexisNexis Constitutional Law Moot hosted by the University of Canberra was held from Thursday 30 September to Sunday 3 October.

The competition attracted law students from across Australia, with this year’s event showcasing the talents of 28 rival teams.

Bond Law entered two teams into the competition and in yet another impressive display, the team, consisting of students Nigel Thomas and Louise Hawkesford mooted their way into the semi-finals but were narrowly knocked out by the University of Queensland who went on to win the competition.

The final round was held at Canberra’s Court 1 of the High Court on Sunday 3 October in front of Chief Justice French AC, His Honour Professor Murray Raff and Ms Pamela Burton.

A special mention goes to student coach Alex Myers for assisting and supporting the team with preparations.

(L to R): Louise Hawkesford, Alex Myers, Nigel Thomas, Chief Justice of Australia Hon. Robert French, Jordan Lester, Joshua Lessing.

 

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