This competition is organised annually for law students across Ireland by the Irish Red Cross and is an important part of our IHL dissemination.
Teams from universities across the country battled it out on Saturday 7th March at the Criminal Courts of Justice. Congratulations to the winning team of the 2015 edition, representing the Law Society of Ireland.
Applications have now opened for the 2016 Corn Adomnáin.
Entering the Corn Adomnáin
Third-level institutions are invited to enter teams of three students, who may be enrolled in undergraduate or masters courses in law. Educational institutions may enter up to three teams but should the competition be over-subscribed, preference will be given to ensuring that each applying institution has at least one team participating.
If you are interested in entering the competition contact the moot court coordinator for your law school about putting together a team.
Each year, a number of team resources are published to assist teams prepare for the competition. These include reading lists and coaching tips and strategy. For resources from previous competitions please visit our IHL Resources page.
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