The University College Association of Mooter’s is a student-run cabinet with supervision from various faculty members at the law school of Universal College Lahore, and mentorship from the members of the Centre for Human Rights. Founded in 2013, UCAM has established itself as one of the most prestigious mooting societies in Pakistan.

UCAM was founded with a desire to uplift the stagnant mooting circuit and create awareness of the significance of moot court competitions to law students in Pakistan. UCAM has hosted five annual national law moot competitions since 2013. Our national moot court competitions generally have an average of 16 teams from all over Pakistan with about 100 law students participating. Our focus is on outreach and has included teams from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan, interior Sindh, to name a few. In addition to this, UCAM hosted the first international level competition in 2018 with teams participating from the following countries: India, Nepal, Bangladesh, China, Sri Lanka, America, Prague, and Hong Kong. Moreover, in March 2020 UCAM hosted the Pakistan National Rounds of the Jessup Moot Court Competition in collaboration with the Department of Justice & the American Embassy in Islamabad.
Our members have represented Pakistan in some of the most prestigious mooting competitions across the world, such as the Carey Law Moot held at Anglo-American University Prague and Philip C. Jessup International Rounds and the Henry Dunant International Humanitarian Law Moot Court (South Asian rounds) as well as Jean-Pictet.
UCAM prides itself with non-discrimination and equal opportunity for all individuals who wish to join. UCAM is open to all students and participation in international competitions is determined by mock trials prior to the competition. UCAM urges first-years who are passionate about research and advocacy to sign up through the law school and join our family.