Law students have beaten their cross city rivals in a mock trial competition.
Future lawyers from Robert Gordon University (RGU) overcame the University of Aberdeen’s at Aberdeen Sheriff Court in the Granite City Mooting Competition.
Mooting is a mock trial where students present arguments before a judge, similar to a real case.
The students from RGU celebrated their third win in a row.
The winning team of Alex Rae and Justine Anderson presented their case to Sheriff William Summers.
RGU law lecturer Jonathan Brown said: “We were absolutely delighted to win this year’s Granite City Moot for the third successive time.
“Alex and Justine rose to the challenge and presented their arguments very well.
“This event is a great opportunity for students to test their skills in a real setting, in front of a real Sheriff and members of the local legal community.”
The event was sponsored by law firm Brodies LLP, with partner Malcolm Mckay handing out prizes to the winners.