10th May, 2013

Chris Kennedy KC judges the final of the Manchester University Speed Mooting Competition as sponsored by 9 St John Street.

Chris Kennedy KC, Head of the Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Group, at 9 St John Street judged the final of the Manchester University Mooting Competition 2013 sponsored by 9 St John Street.

The competition took place on 3rd May 2013 was won by Dalton Hale. The runner up was Monica [TBA].

The winner was awarded £100 in book tokens and a mini-pupillage at 9 St John Street.

The students of Manchester University enjoyed a knock out style competition. The event was preceded by a mooting workshop earlier in the week conducted by barristers William Hamilton and Matthew Snarr, both ex-Manchester University law graduates.

The purpose of the event was to grow closer links between the Bar and Manchester University and to enable students to put into practice some actual legal skills during the course of their academic studies.

The finalists and Chris Kennedy KC appear in the picture below.

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