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Kingsland Cup and Prize Moot

Kingsland Cup and Prize Moot

This prestigious annual mooting competition covers public, environmental and European law topics, drawn from FTB’s distinctive practice, and is named in honour of Christopher Lord Kingsland QC. The competition takes place over three rounds: the first round sees entrants judged on the quality of their skeleton arguments; the semi-finals are oral moots held before distinguished puisne and Court of Appeal judges; and the final of the competition is frequently heard before a current or retired Supreme Court judge. In 2020, the final, held remotely due to the pandemic, was judged by the late Lord Kerr of Tonaghmore, a retired UK Supreme Court Justice and associate tenant at FTB. 

Kinglsand Cup History
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Please direct all queries relating to the Kingsland Cup and Prize Moot to the Moot Masters at and not to the clerks.

2021/22 Competition

The Kingsland Cup and Prize Moot will be taking place once again in academic year 2021-2022. The first round problem will be published in late October or early November 2021. For all enquiries and to be added to the mailing list for those who wish to be informed when the moot problem is released please contact

2020/21 Competition

The Grand Final took place on 30 September 2021 at the Old Court Room, Lincoln's Inn. It was judged by Sir Keith Lindblom, Senior President of Tribunals, and Professor Alison Young, Sir David Williams Professor of Public Law at the University of Cambridge.  

The final was kindly sponsored by Bloomsbury Professional.

The winners were Lois Lane and Tom Lambert (City Law School).  The runners-up were Daniil Ukhorskiy and Amy Gregg (University of Oxford).

Kingsland Cup Winners Lois Lane and Tom Lambert (City Law School) pictured with Sir Keith Lindblom and Professor Alison Young.

Kingsland Cup Finalists 2021

Although we are unable to provide feedback to individual entrants, the Moot Masters have produced a short note setting out general comments, pointers on common mistakes, and top tips for moot entries in the future. Those unsuccessful in progressing to the second round this year are encouraged to enter again next year, if they remain eligible.

Previous Competitions

The FTB Kingsland Cup and Moot Prize competition has been running annually since 2011. Below is a list of all previous winners:

2019/20 winners Jack Stuart and Jack Moore (Nottingham Law School)

Runners-up Natalie Nguyen and Nicholas Jones (City, University of London).

2018/2019  Jessica Allen and Richard Mahal (City Law School)

2017/18 Jared Kang and Rabin Kok (University of Cambridge)

2016/17 Harriet Fitzsimons and Sarah-Jane Ewart (City Law School)

2015/16 Esther Drabkin-Reiter and Ryan Ferro (City Law School)

Winners Kingsland Cup Prize Moot 2016

Final judged by Lord Kerr of Tonaghmore

2014/15 Rachael Muldoon and Ng Lee Vin (BPP Law School)

Kingsland Cup Winners 2015

Final judged by Lord Kerr of Tonaghmore, HHJ Hone QC and HHJ Marks QC

2013/14  Victoria Brown and Daira Popescu (Kaplan Law School)

Kingsland Cup Winners 2014

Final judged by Lord Carnwath of Notting Hill 

2012/13  Martin Edwards and Joel McMillian (BPP Law School)

Kingsland Cup Winners 2013

Final judged by Lord Carnwath of Notting Hill 

2011/12  Julia Petrenko and Grace Hansen (Kaplan Law School)

Kingsland Cup Winners 2012

Final judged by Lord Carnwath of Notting Hill 

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