Friday, 2 October 2009
Monday, 7 September 2009
Wednesday, 19 August 2009
Monday, 17 August 2009
At the first stage of the competition, there were 5 groups. Unfortunately, due to the luck of the draw, two of our junior moot squads were drawn to meet one another during this group stage. Anyway, by the end of day one, UiTM had three teams (plus one from ATC and another from UKM) that made it through to the final.
The next day, sadly, after all the final group stage matches had taken place, teams from UiTM finished third, fourth and fifth. Victory would have been sweeter but what the teams had achieved is remarkable considering that the anchor mooters (those who mooted the most) were first time mooters. I cannot help but to imagine what if I had planned our strategy differently and let the seniors anchor from the start. Anyway, the main purpose of entering the competition was for the junior mooters to gain experience. Thanks to the Bar Council and organisers (Mr. Raphael Tay) for accommodating so many teams from one university.
Congratulations to all the teams from UiTM. Also, congratulations to ATC (Champions) and UKM (Runner-up). Good luck in Vietnam for the international rounds.
Mr Raphael Tay, if you are reading this, any news on whether the third place team be going to Vietnam as well?
Tuesday, 11 August 2009
Inter Part Moot 2009
The UiTM Mooting Club is looking for aspiring young mooters to be groomed and moulded to represent UiTM in future moot competitions.
For that reason, we will be organizing the Dean's Cup Inter Part Moot Court Competition and are calling upon interested and committed individuals to participate in the Moot Workshop and subsequently the competition.
For Part Four students, get that confused look off your face and come join us and prepare for that mysterious thing you know as mooting.
Date: 15th August 2009
Time: 9.00 AM onwards.
Venue: That brand new Auditorium.
For further info, please bug Elli at 017 379 3816. Or in case you don't fancy girls, contact Arif at 014 825 5669.
Click here to RSVP the Facebook event.
Saturday, 8 August 2009
Saturday, 11 July 2009
Thursday, 9 July 2009
The UiTM Mooting Club is calling for all law students who are interested in becoming one of the ad hoc committee members of the club.
An interview session will be held as follows:
Time: 12.30 PM
Venue: C2 B02
Any enquiries, feel free to contact:
Elli, 017 379 3816
Thursday, 25 June 2009
Afif Bin Ahmayuddin - Bachelor of Legal Studies (Hons) Year 2
Hazralika Binti Hamzah - Bachelor of Legal Studies (Hons) Year 2
Faez Bin Abdul Razak - Bachelor of Legal Studies (Hons) Year 2
Dr Irwin U.J Ooi (Coach)
Hilwa Nazifa Binti Bustam - Bachelor of Legal Studies (Hons) Year 2
Muhammad Danial Bin Mohamad Nizam - Bachelor of Legal Studies (Hons) Year 2
Azad Bin Akhbar Khan - Bachelor of Legal Studies (Hons) Year 2
Mazlina Binti Mahali (Coach)
Mohd Shaqib Bin Shamser Mohd - Bachelor of Legal Studies (Hons) Year 3
Shairil Farhana Binti Ruslan - Bachelor of Legal Studies (Hons) Year 2
Siti Aisyah Binti Zainal Abidin - Bachelor of Legal Studies (Hons) Year 2
Ummi Hani Binti Maso'od (Coach)
Mohd Azinuddin Bin Abdul Karim - LLB (Hons) 1
Muhammad Khairil Bin Khalid - Bachelor of Legal Studies (Hons) 2
Mohd Ruzaini Bin Zulkifli - Bachelor of Legal Studies (Hons) 3
Dr Irwin U.J Ooi (Coach)
Monday, 30 March 2009
1. Hilwa Nazifa (Part 2)
2. Shairil Farhana (Part 2)
3. Shaqib (Part 6)
4. Muhd Danial (Part 4)
5. Azad Akhbar (Part 3)
6. Aisyah (Part 4)
7. Muhd Khairil (Part 1)
The unlucky six who just missed the cut:
8. Mohd Akmal (Part 2)
8. Darren Nicholas (Part 3)
(Both Akmal and Darren are tied for eight place)
10. Aminu Razif (Part 1)
11. Muhd Rahimi (Part 1)
12. Syamimi (Part 2)
13. Farid Afwan (Part 1)
For those who have made it, congratulations and good luck. You are about to embark on wonderful journey of intellectual and personal discovery ... and occasionally gastronomic adventure.
For the who missed the cut, do not give up. Please attend our workshops and do take part in next semester's Inter-Part Moot Competition, The Dean's Challenge Trophy. I am in the midst of dreaming up a devious question for you to handle. Please try out for the next squad.
Irwan Shah Abdullah
Tuesday, 17 March 2009
Wednesday, 11 March 2009
Fellow Law Students,
The UiTM Mooting Club is looking for aspiring young mooters to represent UiTM in the LAWASIA Mooting Competition, scheduled on the 4th to the 5th of July this year.
For that reason, we are calling upon interested and committed individuals to participate as solicitors and subsequently audition as mooters for the said competition. Details of the audition are as follows:
Date: 20th OF MARCH 2009
Time: 3.30 PM
Venue: MOOT COURT UITM
Those who wish to audition is required to attend a Moot Workshop to be held on
Monday, 16th of March 2009 at the Moot Court at 9.00 PM.
RSVP at Facebook. Click here.
Saturday, 7 March 2009
Thursday, 5 March 2009
Thursday, 26 February 2009
Wednesday, 25 February 2009
Tuesday, 24 February 2009
Sunday, 22 February 2009
Tuesday, 17 February 2009
Saturday, 14 February 2009
Friday, 6 February 2009
Wednesday, 4 February 2009
Sunday, 1 February 2009
"I am talking about food, fun and fuzziness associated with prize giving and appreciation. Grand dinner la konsepnya....It has been delayed for tooooo long. n rue and I have mooted (ironic giler) the idea of having it at the end of semester. maybe lepas exam. atau sebelum study week.there are only two issues: money and venue.financial wise, there are rumours of pending sponsorship which will be pushed for by the new moot bench.what i want to really survey here is: WHERE DO WE EAT?After extensive googling. I limit my proposed venues to only TWO.the first being Soul-ed Out... located in Desa Sri hartamas. they cater for events and by the looks of it, they are a friendly and quirky bunch. just like we are. see more by clicking here:http://www.souledout.com.my/ (food looks excellent)the second being the empress cafe, depan the laundry bar. kat the curve. very stylish cafe... nice food. and we can all come after watching a movie or sumthin.that is my idea la basically, since the dinner (in my point of view) should be rather informal and never uptight with protocols. it sucks. period!now with a new and fresh moot club in mind... what would be your honest opinion.p/s: i would also propose that we call the dinner: 'The Moot Meat'. cute huh?now... respond fellow moot-clubbers. please and thank you."
Saturday, 31 January 2009
Why hasn't UiTM participated in this one?
"The Lachs Moot began in 1992 and is organised annually by the International Institute of Space Law (I.I.S.L.). Each year, the winners of the Asia Pacific, European and North American Regional Rounds compete in the world finals, held in conjunction with the annual International Astronautical Congress and the Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space.
The Lachs Moot has the distinction of having its world final judged each year by three sitting members of the International Court of Justice.
To participate in the Lachs Moot, 2 to 3 committed law students interested in expanding their knowledge of international law and gain valuable international mooting experience are all that is needed. According to past participants, coaches and judges, the Lachs Moot is an enjoyable experience for all involved."
Never heard of it. You?
Something for the new Moot Bench to ponder upon post-AGM.
Wednesday, 28 January 2009
Tuesday, 20 January 2009
Monday, 19 January 2009
Thursday, 8 January 2009
Irwan Shah Abdullah