Atkin Chambers sponsors 2022 LSE Atkin Chambers Commercial Law Moot

1st Apr 2022

Congratulations to the winners of the LSE Atkin Chambers Commercial Moot 2022, Ilsu Erdem Ari and Tom Richards.

The Atkin Chambers Commercial Law Moot is the LSE Law Society’s annual commercial law competition – traditionally an advanced level competition which showcases the strong mooting tradition at LSE.

The competition took place at Atkin Chambers on 29 March 2022 and was judged by Martin Bowdery QC and Ella Rutter (pupil barrister).

For further details please see the LSESU Law Society’s website. 

 

Photo of participants of the LSE Atkin Moot 2022





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