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Essex Court Chambers-Singapore Academy of Law Moot

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The Essex Court Chambers-Singapore Academy of Law Moot is an international moot competition for young practicing lawyers organised by Essex Court Chambers and Singapore Academy of Law. Whereas most moot competitions are only for students still in law school or who have not been called to the bar, the ECC-SAL Moot is only open to lawyers who have been qualified for practice for no more than three years. The first edition of the moot was held in 2012. The moot is open to lawyers from Australia, Brunei, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Singapore, and South Korea, and is mainly judged by lawyers (including Queen's Counsel and Senior Counsel), academics, and judges in the region. It typically involves a commercial dispute between parties before the Singapore International Commercial Court. The top eight teams that qualify from the preliminary phase (two rounds) proceed to the knockout stages.

Competition records[edit]

Year Total number of teams Champion Runner-up Semi-finalists Best Oralist Best Memorials
2019 21 Dana Chang (NUS'18; WongP) and Rachel Tan (NUS'17; Centre for International Law) Alexander Lee (SMU'18; WongP and Wong Yan Yee (SMU'18; WongP) * Chia Chen Wei (SMU'18; Supreme Court) and Shriram Jayakumar (SMU'18; Drew & Napier)
* Daniel Ho (SMU'17; Supreme Court) and Saw Teng Sheng (SMU'17; Supreme Court)
Shriram Jayakumar (SMU'18; Drew & Napier) David Tan (NUS'16; Rajah & Tann) and Loh Tian Kai (NUS'16; Clifford Chance)
2018 17 Joshua Hiew (NUS'17; Allen & Gledhill) and Victor Leong (NUS'16; Supreme Court) Torsten Cheong (Oxford'15; Supreme Court) and Tan Ee Kuan' (Cambridge'16; Supreme Court) * Meera Rajah (UCL'14; Rajah & Tann) and Huang Jiahui (Oxford'14; AGC)
* Darren Low
Victor Leong (NUS'16; Supreme Court) Torsten Cheong (Oxford'15; Supreme Court) and Tan Ee Kuan (Cambridge'16; Supreme Court)
2017[1][2][3][4] 22 Bethel Chan (SMU'16; Supreme Court) and Nicholas Liu (SMU'15; Supreme Court) Eden Li (SMU'16; Supreme Court) and Tan Jun Hong (SMU'16; Supreme Court) Keith Cheung (CUHK; Or & Cheung) Hairul Hakkim (NUS'16; Supreme Court) and Victor Leong (NUS'16; Supreme Court)
2016[5][6][7] 22 Devathas Satianathan (SMU'13; Supreme Court) and Yeo Gek Min (SMU'14; Supreme Court) Reshma Nair (NUS'14; TSMP) and Cephas Yee (SMU'14; TSMP) * Kenny Lau (SMU'14; Supreme Court) and Nicholas Liu (SMU'15; Supreme Court)
* Sui Yi Siong (SMU'14; Harry Elias) and Kok Yee Keong (NUS'14; Harry Elias)
Aleksandar Georgiev (SMU'13; Rajah & Tann) Kenneth Kong (NUS'14; Morgan Lewis Stamford) and Jasmine Yong (NUS'14; KhattarWong)
2015[8][9][10][11] 27 Raeza Ibrahim (Bristol'11; Drew & Napier) and Sadhana Rai (NUS'12; Drew & Napier) (Baker & McKenzie) and (Michael Hwang) Jules Moxen (UQ; Allens) Ramasamy Nachiappan (NUS'13; Supreme Court) and Devathas Satianathan (SMU'13; Supreme Court)
2014[12] Daniel Gaw (NUS'12; Supreme Court) and Nicholas Poon (SMU'11; Supreme Court)
2013[12] Keith Han (NUS'11; Supreme Court) and Joshua Lim (SMU'11; Supreme Court)
2012[13] 11 Mahesh Rai (NUS'08; Drew & Napier) and Pardeep Singh (NUS'08; Drew & Napier) Lau Kah Hee (NUS'08; WongP) and Kevin Ong (LSE'09; WongP)

Representation[edit]

  • Most represented alma mater in championship finals:
  • Most represented alma mater in best oralists:
  • Most represented university/institution in championship finals:
  • Most represented university/institution in best oralists:

References[edit]

  1. "ECC-SAL International Mooting Competition 2017 - Winners Announced - Essex Court Chambers". Essexcourt.com. 28 January 2017. Retrieved 10 December 2017.
  2. "SMU alumni shine at the 6th Essex Court Chambers-Singapore Academy of Law (ECC-SAL) International Mooting Competition - News - Singapore Management University (SMU)". Smu.edu.sg. Retrieved 10 December 2017.
  3. "CUHK Law Alumnus Awarded Best Orator in Essex Court Chambers – Singapore Academy of Law International Mooting Competition - Hong Kong Lawyer". Hk-lawyer.org. Retrieved 10 December 2017.
  4. https://lawgazette.com.sg/news/events/another-season-record-breaking-international-moot-court-achievements-smu/
  5. "ECC-SAL International Mooting Competition 2016 – Winners Announced - Essex Court Chambers". Essexcourt.com. 8 February 2016. Retrieved 10 December 2017.
  6. "SMU's young law alumni shine at 5th Essex Court Chambers-Singapore Academy of Law International Mooting Competition 2016 (SMU)". Smu.edu.sg. Retrieved 10 December 2017.
  7. http://v1.lawgazette.com.sg/2016-04/1542.htm
  8. "ECC-SAL International Mooting Competition 2015 – Winners Announced - Essex Court Chambers". Essexcourt.com. 9 January 2015. Retrieved 10 December 2017.
  9. "Drew & Napier's Announcements: Drew & Napier lawyers beat 27 local and international teams in prestigious moot court competition". Drewnapier.com. Retrieved 10 December 2017.
  10. "Singapore Academy of Law > Newsroom > News Releases > NewsDetails". Sal.org.sg. Retrieved 10 December 2017.
  11. http://v1.lawgazette.com.sg/2015-03/1259.htm
  12. 12.0 12.1 "International mooting - Essex Court Chambers". Essexcourt.com. Retrieved 10 December 2017.
  13. "Mooting takes off for Singapore's young advocates - Ben Rigby - CDR Magazine". Cdr-news.com. Retrieved 10 December 2017.


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