Located at the ground level and main entry point of the Law Building at Clayton Campus, the moot court is a contemporary and welcoming student-centred learning environment. It has a capacity of up to 90 people, as well as extended audience viewing capabilities beyond the immediate gallery.
Designed by internationally acclaimed Melbourne-based architects Jackson Clements Burrows, the new moot court not only looks professional, elegant and sophisticated, but below the surface it is also embedded with the latest technology, including audio-visual and teleconferencing capability.
Key design features
- formal and virtual moot court
- mediation and arbitration facility
- physical and virtual clinic
- tutorial and seminar room
- teleconference area
- meeting venue
- conference and workshop space
- public oration forum, and
- training resource for examining expert witnesses and ‘paperless’ court practices.