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Collas Crill Cayman Moot Portal – Corporate and Company Law

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Welcome to the Collas Crill Moot Portal

This is a central space for all information related to the 2022
Collas Crill Cayman Moot including scheduling, timings, FAQs and
trainer details.

Click here for the official 2022 Collas Crill Moot introductory guide
which contains helpful information on rules, preparation tips,
court etiquette and more.

Order of events


Moot FAQs

What is the Collas Crill Moot?

The Collas Crill Moot is an annual inter-school competition that
sees students from across the Island competing against each other
in a mock-trial setting. There will be three rounds of moots, and
every team will participate in each moot. A different legal case
will be argued each round and teams will be marked against various
criteria by the Judge. The case facts and judging criteria will be
made available for review the week before each moot.

When will the Moots take place?

The moots will take place from October-December. Each
participating school will rotate hosting the moots and they will
all occur after school-hours. The exact dates and times for each
Moot can be found below, under Moot Schedule.

Will we receive training?

Absolutely! Prior to each Moot, participants are encouraged to
attend the Moot training sessions led by Collas Crill lawyers.
There will be three Moot training sessions and a fourth and final
Moot training session, which will only need to be attended by the
top-scoring teams from each school in preparation for the Final
Moot. You will be notified ahead of time if your attendance is
required. The exact dates and times for each Training Session can
be found below, under Training sessions schedule.

What will we be judged on?

You will be prepped by your dedicated Collas Crill coach before
every Moot so you know exactly what the judges will be looking for.
Some things that you’ll be judged on include: court etiquette,
persuasiveness, clarity of speech, body language, legal argument
and time keeping. For a full breakdown of judging criteria, please
see page 8 of the introductory guide.

Moot cases

A different legal case will be argued in each Moot round. These
case facts will be shared for review on this page the week before
each Moot.

Training sessions schedule

Before each Moot, students are encouraged to attend a training
session. These will be led by your school’s dedicated Moot
trainers and are an opportunity to ask questions and get feedback
on that week’s relevant case, as well as learn a little more
about mooting.

Date and timings for each school are linked below.

Moot schedule

The date and times for each Moot are listed below. Schools will
rotate hosting and information on transport will be shared closer
to the time.

The fourth and final Moot will be hosted at an exciting,
off-site location – details to come!





1st Moot

Wednesday 12 October

3.15pm – 4.15pm

Cayman Prep and High School

2nd Moot

Wednesday 2 November

3.15pm – 4.15pm


3rd Moot

Wednesday 16 November

3.15pm – 4.15pm

Clifton Hunter High School

Moot final




Parents’ consent form

All students must submit a consent form
signed by their parents/guardians before competing in the Collas
Crill Moots.

Click here to download the consent form.

The content of this article is intended to provide a general
guide to the subject matter. Specialist advice should be sought
about your specific circumstances.

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