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Two in a Row: USyd takes out Torts Moot

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After claiming last year’s title, Sydney Law School has followed it up with a second win at the Shine Torts Moot Competition in Brisbane earlier this month.

Hosted by QUT, this year’s competition attracted fifteen teams from law schools across Australia and New Zealand. This year’s moot question was about an accident involving a light plane crashing into a ferris wheel.

USyd students Bradley Smith, Henry Cooper, Timothy Smartt and Elizabeth Pearson defeated the team from Bond University in the final before former Justice Fryberg in the Banco Court.

The Shine Moot follows on from a successful ALSA Conference for Bond and USyd, with both universities dominating the national competitions.

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